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I read it not as a name but as "Meine" - "my" Gastgeber / hosts.

Beneath the names Franz Jonas ,Frau Jonas, Klaus Jonas

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Hi Guys, great thread and lots of interesting info. I too was unable to dtell the difference between a good and a bad example but this goes a long way to make it a little clearer on the points to noti

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Hi nesredep,

interesting photo! I think its pretty rare for navy personnel to wear three Kriegsabzeichen like the man in the middle. The photo is a bit blurry but I mean to make out a Minensucherabzeichen and a Zerstörerabzeichen. Can you recognize the third?

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Hello GreyC!
 That's right what you say it's Zerstörer and Minensuch but the last one is impossible to authenticate even though I've scanned the image several times. I think the last medal is DRL.

 

Cheers,Morten.

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Hi nesredep,

I might have some photos from Norway, I don´t think Narvik, though. Mostly ships. Don´t know if interesting enough or fitting for this thread.

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On ‎22‎.‎06‎.‎2017 at 11:22, GreyC said:

Hi nesredep,

I might have some photos from Norway, I don´t think Narvik, though. Mostly ships. Don´t know if interesting enough or fitting for this thread.

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Hello GreyC!

Possible others who can contribute Narvik related items / photos.

 

Best,Morten.

 

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1 hour ago, Odulf said:

Nothing Morten - it's like you can take a horse to the water, but you cannot make him drink... With 21 pages you have not done a bad job, so far :)

 

I agree.Glad you like my job!

 

Best regards,Morten.

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9 hours ago, nesredep said:

Hello!

 

I wonder what to post today to capture the interest of more collectors than those who comment and contribute to the thread!

 

Cheers,Morten.

It's a specialized subject Morten that not many can contribute to,i think.

As mentioned,there is interest but not a day to day subject.

I have very little Narvik related items and what I have has been posted.

 

Regards,Martin.

 

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12 hours ago, Martin W said:

It's a specialized subject Morten that not many can contribute to,i think.

As mentioned,there is interest but not a day to day subject.

I have very little Narvik related items and what I have has been posted.

 

Regards,Martin.

 

Hi Martin!
 Thanks for wise words my friend.
Cheers, Morten.
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Hello Al!

 

             Some new Narvik Pictures have come to my collection in the last few days. Post some of them here and some pictures I save for a Norwegian book about Kriegsmarine in Norway.

 

 

Cheers from Norway,Morten.

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Hello everyone!
Here is a Narvik inwear image I bought a long time ago. Image is taken in Norway and you see higher KM Officers.
Hope that more people will continue to keep this thread going.
Cheers, Morten.

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