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In addition to Michel pics, i show you these torpedo plates found last year with several others KM items in the Scorff U-Boote base in Lorient.

I don't know if this kind of plate is specific to a torpedo model.

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Here WW2 pics, we can recognise the plates.

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Regards

Bne

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Michel,

Thanks for the translations. You really have some great historical items. The one with the U-Boat badge is most desirable.

Gingerbread,

Where did you find all of these U-Boat parts?

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Michel,

Thanks for the translations. You really have some great historical items. The one with the U-Boat badge is most desirable.

Gingerbread,

Where did you find all of these U-Boat parts?

All these U-Boat parts come from Lorient.

Regards

Ben

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