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Kriegsmarine Cap Tallies in wear.


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Well done to everyone who has posted their wonderful photos in this thread. As of today this is the third most viewed thread in the entire Third Reich Paperwork section. The most viewed thread is '1000+ photos of Hitlerjugend' with 47,862 views but that thread hasn't received a reply since 2010 so is buried deep in the depths of the forum. The second most viewed thread is 'Autographs of the German Resistance' which sits at 34,732 and is two years older than this thread which currently has a viewing figure just 7 behind at 34.725, so on any given day this thread could be the most viewed 'live' thread in the section

The next most viewed thread sits at 22,972.

I am sure there are many more photos to see in the future from your efforts so thank you to everyone who has contributed.

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On 08/05/2018 at 01:42, nesredep said:

Hello Edgar,

                    Very Nice Mützenbander Collection You sharing With us,thanks!

 

Cheers,Morten.

I agree with Morten, very nice.

Cheers,

Larry

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21 hours ago, Martin W said:

Nice to be able to pair the photo with the document.

 

Cheers,Martin.

I agree, very nice indeed. Morten, is there any writing on the back of the Marineergangzungsabteilung portrait.

Cheers,

Larry

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Thank you Morten. I am happy to contribute to this great thread.

Great photos Odulf. It is good to see photos of hard to find cap tallies in wear. Even better when they also show activities aboard WM

sailing school ships.

Cheers,

Larry

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