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Hallo Chris,

Viel Glück mit diesem Test. Ich werde den Mitgliedern des Feldgrau Forums darüber erzählen.



Hallo Chip,

ich habe es im Feldgrau Forum gelesen. Vielleicht wäre es noch gut, dort einen direkten Link zu diesem Forum zu veröffentlichen. Dann findet man es leichter!


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Hi Leute!

es gibt mehrere Diskutionen hier über zeitgenosische Edelweiss,

Hier z.B.


Hat jemand vielleicht ein Edelweiss aus einem Nachlass der 100% ist?



Die Suche nach einem 100% originalen Stück, war auch schon mehrfach Thematik im Feldgrau Forum:


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Tach zusammen,

interessanter Test - glaube aber das es nicht wirklich funktionieren wird, da es ja schon etablierte deutschsprachige Foren gibt

(wie z. B. das Feldgrau.pytalhost.com) und man die "eigenen alten " GMIC-Forenmitglieder hier evtl. etwas ausgrenzt!?

Aber vielleicht klappt es ja doch!? Viel Erfolg! ;) Gruss Jens

Hi everybody,

interesting test - but I think it will not really work, because there are still some good german-(language)-boards (like Feldgrau.pytalhost.com)

and I think it's not so easy for the "old" and english-speaking GMIC-members to follow the post in german language!?

But maybe it will work - so good luck! Best regards, ;)


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