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Good morning. Happy Mother's day.

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God Bless all mothers.

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This one is a mystery.

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Parts of whw series...

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what are swords w/o shields?

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The tryptich "WHW Gau Essen 1936/37"

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"Das Deutsche Handwerk. Im Dienst des WHW 1936/37"

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Last post for a week, off to one of many weddings this year :P This one is WHW 44/45 and for France and Italy as well as Germany, I think this qualifies as a tinnie, correct me if I'm wrong.

Pat

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I will try my best not to "hog" up too much file space. It is hard to beleive this is almost 70 years old.

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[attachmentid=42620]Sorry I don't do requests. Only Home On The Range and Jingle bells. Maybe after a few beers I'll try Licckensteiner Polka! :beer:

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