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    Default Old WW1 trench BOMB unknown Model (for the moment)

    Hallo/Hi

    die Bilder Hier .

    mfg

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    I seem to remember that a similar ordnance was offered on an auction site several years ago.
    It was described as a German anti-tank mine the First World War, but I do not remember more.

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    stecol
    Murphy's Law of Combat Operations Rule 22: The easy way is always mined.
    Murphy's Law of Combat Operations Rule 43: Military Intelligence is a contradiction.

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    Hello Kz11Gr,

    Have you identified this round ?

    Cheers.

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    non identifié , peut etre pour une version primitive de mortier

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    AZ16 is offline Erfahrener Benutzer User
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    Salut,

    Je présume que tu as vu que c'est apparu là : http://lagrandeguerre.cultureforum.n...58-crapouillot

    Au plaisir

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    Salut,

    Je présume que tu as vu qu'un post aborde cette munition ici : http://lagrandeguerre.cultureforum.n...58-crapouillot

    Au plaisir.

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    AZ16 is offline Erfahrener Benutzer User
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    Hello,

    I can't reply this thread in french (strange message from adm.)

    We're talking about this shell here : http://lagrandeguerre.cultureforum.n...58-crapouillot

    Cheers.

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    I have seen the same objects in Italy (found there) but they also knew nothing about it. But in this area fought austrian, german, French and italian troops in WW1 so it won't help. But I also think it is some improvised mortar round made in small Workshops just behind the front lines, it would be just interesting which nationality they are.
    "Die Geschosse sollen, durch die Kraft der Pulvergase mit großer Geschwindigkeit aus dem Rohr geschleudert, am Ziel lebende Wesen außer Gefecht setzen oder Gebrauchsgegenstände des Gegners zerstören" [Pulkowski] -> Das sollte man nie vergessen

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