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Hello there, New guy here! I've always been interested in the coastal sectors of the western front and have collected quite a few photo's relating to the German Matrosen Divisions. Thought I migh

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Those guys in the first photo have been at the front for a bit.  I'd turn that scope around and look for the relief.

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Gents, 

 

Once again, long overdue. Though not in a trench, this is a neat unit picture.  I love the Shakos!

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Joel 

 

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Possibly repairing the line?

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Another interesting unit picture.

 

Regards, 

 

Joel 

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