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IMPORTED AUTHENTIC WWII BATTLEFIELD
RECOVERED RELICS FROM EUROPE Terms
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RARE HISTORIC Ground Dug Battlefield Relic WW2 GERMAN Wehrmacht "Motorcycle Rear Fender with License Plate"
( Recovered STALINGRAD Battlefield )
Here is a wonderful original relic WW2 German Motorcycle Fender with License Plate still attached that was recovered historic Stalingrad. A Fantastic Display relic !The Battle of Stalingrad was a major battle of World War II in which Nazi Germany and its allies fought the Soviet Union for control of the city of Stalingrad (now Volgograd) in southwestern Russia. The battle took place between 23 August 1942 and 2 February 1943. It was among the largest on the Eastern Front and was marked by its brutality and disregard for military and civilian casualties. It was amongst the bloodiest battles in the history of warfare with the higher estimates of combined casualties amounting to nearly two million deaths. In its defeat, the crippling losses suffered by Germany's military proved to be insurmountable for the war. The battle was a turning point in the war, after which the German forces attained no further strategic victories in the East.The German offensive to capture Stalingrad commenced in late summer 1942, supported by intensive Luftwaffe bombing which reduced much of the city to rubble. The German offensive eventually became bogged down in house-to-house fighting; and despite controlling over 90% of the city at times, the Wehrmacht was unable to dislodge the last Soviet defenders clinging tenaciously to the west bank of the Volga River.
AWESOME PIECE OF HISTORY !! WW2 German Battlefield Found "Granetwerfer 34" 81mm mortar Case with original Camo Paint ! ( Recovered Historic Stalingrad ! )
Here is an incredible display relic from
Stalingrad. A historic weapon ammo case for the WW2 German 8cm Granatwerfer
34 mortar shells. The 8cm schwere Granatwerfer 34 (sGrW 34) was an
81mm mortar used by the German Infantry during World War II. It consisted
of three individual parts: barrel with breech piece, baseplate and
bipod with attachment and slider with spindle screw, which could be
assembled to form a complete launcher within a very short time. Thus,
the German 81mm mortar could be ready to fire in three minutes. Firing
was done very simply, by a bolt in the inner end of the barrel, into
which the loader let the primed grenade slide from above. The Granatwerfer
34 was thus a muzzle-loader like the light 50mm mortar. Before being
fired effectively, the 81mm-caliber mortar had to be settled in the
ground by firing one or two grenades, so that the baseplate became
stable. This "firing fast" was followed by homing in by
means of "bracketing", with the first shot too far, the
second too short, and the third on target. The primary charge (1st
loading) was fired, followed depending on the range by up to four
partial charges (2nd to 5th loadings), which were always attached
to the end of the grenades, which had stabilizing fins. The charges
were calculated by means of shot tables, and aiming was done with
the RA 35 aiming apparatus. Thanks to the simple firing mechanism,
firing in and bracketing could be followed by a high rate of fire,
depending on the crew.
RARE AND HISTORIC ARTIFACT ! German
WWII Ground Dug RELIC " 7th Fallschirmjager " HELMET ! -
( Ground Dug near the NEVA RIVER - Eastern Front Campaign )