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Richard Auld

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    WW2 German paperwork and WW2 General

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  1. Richard Auld

    Crashed BF 110

    No joy with Fassberg war graves although they have a few that must be air crew but no close dates, not in Bergen either. I will check Soltau next as they had a Lazert too!
  2. Richard Auld

    Crashed BF 110

    A few more bits!
  3. Looks in good condition, very nice!
  4. Richard Auld

    Crashed BF 110

    I must get to Fassberg and see the date of the 3 unknown fallen. I can't see from the picture but the fact there are 3, might be lucky if it is the correct date! https://www.volksbund.de/kriegsgraeberstaette/fassberg-mueden-alter-friedhof.html
  5. Richard Auld

    Crashed BF 110

    More bits, not so much to find now, I think we have exhausted the surface finds. 'Thats all folks' as they said at the end of Bugs Bunny! The large flat piece is odd in that it appears to have thin ply wood riveted to it? Any thoughts?
  6. Richard Auld

    Deutsche Rittmeister und Landsknechts

    I don't think this forum caters to that time period. Give the 'Gentleman Military Interest Club' a try as there focus is Imperial, perhaps they have some one knowledgable in that area or can recomend another site? Best Regards Rich
  7. Richard Auld

    Crashed BF 110

    Couple more bits!
  8. Richard Auld

    Crashed BF 110

    Friend has found this at work, none of the times corespond, I will ask him jf he can send a link to the source. Perhaps some possible names?
  9. Richard Auld

    Crashed BF 110

    Not in this list that I can see? http://www.denkmalprojekt.org/2017/vl-nachtjagdgeschwader-3_wk2.html
  10. Richard Auld

    7.92 mm ammunition

    What a fantastic reference. The double shot thing is impresive, I can't believe the Germans were so forward thinking back then. I wonder if we had the same sort of thing going on? Who knows. Thankyou for sharing your hobby, I have a German frien that is in the same frame as you, perhaps I can put you in touch with him if you want? Best Rich
  11. Richard Auld

    Crashed BF 110

    Guys, Some more bits!
  12. I can see a marking on the ring 3rd picture in. Could be a 7. That aside you can see on the swastika that it is a zinc cross so mid to late war.
  13. Guys, Spot of luck today, a bloke that has no interest in this let me have both swords cheap but I think the Naval is the best? Sadly the serial number has been removed? Rich
  14. No Tony, it was a swap, there are people still that don't go online, not many though! Rich