The Crown/U mark was specified under the German Proof Laws of 1891 and 1912. It was not used after 1939.
Source: Standard Directory of Proof...
Have you ever been a police officer or is your expertise confined to dribbling away on the internet.
So let me get this straight - your entire rant against police officers around the world is based on your alleged experience of two officers in...
The FG42 was not in service at the time of the Crete battle.
I couldn't possibly comment !!!
That is the biggest load of bollocks I have read for a long time.
A "pompous, arrogant, self-serving braggard"
Looks like a modern Indian tourist item to me.
I don't think that has any age - modern fantasy ?
Value - very little.
Well if t Pand in the Battle of France in 1940
7.5 cm Pak 40 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
I think the opening up of Antwerp following the clearing of the Scheldt estuary including the capture of Walcheren was certainly a very important...
I would say it is a Mauser bayonet of some sort, however it is definitely not WW2 German issue.
Mauser bayonets were made in many countries -...
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In the British forces they were given civilian clothes.
My father kept his for at least 20 years !
Here's a link with a...
Firstly, it is the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland - not "England"
Secondly WETF are you talking about ?
You might like these photos
Memories of RAF Dallachy: Beaufighters of 144, 404, 455 and 489 Squadrons over Norway
According to this site, his death was accidental ... scroll down to near the bottom of the page.
Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders History –...
Why not start your research with the Official History
The Ardennes - Battle of the Bulge - U.S. Army Center of Military History
One more link for you - perhaps your grandfather is here
File:American troops in Vladivostok 1918 HD-SN-99-02013.JPEG - Wikipedia, the free...
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Have you seen these ?
American Expeditionary Force Siberia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Still is !
All-in Fighting: Amazon.co.uk: W.E. Fairbairn: Books
I think you'll find the Canadians saw a lot of action.
Try Googling "Dieppe 1942" and "Juno Beach" for starters.
The you could read this...