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Discussion in 'WWII' started by V.C. Brunswick, Jun 27, 2011.
Ah ok very neat thank you so much!!
Russian shrapnel fuze from WWII and some belt buckles from my collection.
German M17 helmet (shell only, no liner) and deactivated 'Egg' grenade.
Collection of USAREUR patches for units based in Germany in the 1970s.
Some items I traded as a army brat in Germany; two German beret badges (Infantry and Armor) and patch for a German armored unit.
Some more serious stuff I collected as an adult.....
This is a copy of my Uncle’s Bronze Star letter he recieved in Iwo Jima. I’m displaying it in an old Underwood typewriter in my office.
This is a portion of my book shelf in my reading room. I am obsessed with reading and King and Country metal toy soldiers. I have blended the two in my book shelf.
This is a WWII foot locker in my reading room. It is a mix of stuff from WWII and WWI.
Denix replica M1 Garande.
This is a Denix MP40. I didn’t want to display Nazi items so I found the French Resistance arm band on eBay. Now the whole display is French.
This is my uniform from the Navy in the early nineties. I added an SP arm band and hung up some early WWII replica items to give it that historical look. And yes I did have “Liberty Cuffs” while I was enlisted. I wish the were silk though, mine wher patches.
Found the Czechoslovakian silver badge for shooter from rifle today. Used it on my uniform.
Is it time to go shopping?