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IMPORTED AUTHENTIC WWII BATTLEFIELD RECOVERED RELICS FROM EUROPE Terms & Conditions

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In World War I, Field Marshal Foch, the Allied commander in chief, could not be found when a military conference was about to start. An officer friend said, "I think I know where he might be." Foch was found praying nearby at a bombed-out chapel. Abraham Lincoln once said, "I would be the greatest fool on earth if I did not realize that I could never satisfy the demands of the high office without the help of One who is greater and stronger than I am. General Lee and "Stonewall" Jackson and countless others in the Confederate Army were committed to personal prayer time daily .. "King David realized this truth too. Although he was a powerful king, he daily acknowledged his dependence on someone far greater and stronger than he was. Not only did King David begin each day depending on the Lord, but he waited expectantly throughout the day to see how God would work on his behalf.

When we don't pray, we quit the fight.
Prayer keeps the Christian's armor bright.
And Satan trembles when he sees
The weakest saint upon his knees.


WILLIAM COWPER

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RARE Lot of WW2 German Relics Bunker Found from STALINGRAD campaign ! "BATTLE DAMAGED" FIELD PHONE with Flak Round found Nearby !

Here is a fantastic Battlefield Relic lot of items.100% original WW2 German Wehrmacht related items. Battlefield found condition solid overall for 70 years in soil, Field phone Feldfernsprecher FF 33 bakelite body, battle damaged, but with alphabet call signs clearly visible. A rare Anti-aircraft Flak steel shell found nearby and a German earphone part. A nice lot of historic relics ! 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.

$ 98 for all !









NICE LOT of 2 WW2 HISTORIC INERT Relics - German "EGG GRENADE" and FLAK SHELL Round - ( Recovered Historic Stalingrad )

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.

$ 69 for both !





RARE "Battle Area" Dug WW2 AXIS-SLOVAK DIVISION Collar / Hat INSIGNIA - ( Recovered Ukraine )

Here is a fantastic original and rare to find battle-ground dug relic German-Slovak Division Insignia. The Slovak Fast Division was originally commanded by Gustav Malar, one of the original commanders from the Slovak advance into Poland back in 1939. By the middle of September, 1941, the 1st Slovak (Mobile) Division was back in the front lines, this time near Kiev. After the fighting near Kiev ended with its final capture, the Slovak Mobile Division was transfered to the reserves of Army Group South. Here the unit moved along the Dnieper River, through Gorodishche, Kremenchug, and Magdalinowka, where heavy fighting took place. As of October 2nd, the Mobile Division was a part of the 1.Panzer-Armee fighting on the eastern side of Dnieper River near the region of Golubowka and Pereshchino. The Mobile Division was then moved on to the areas of Maripol and Taganrog, after which it spend the Winter of 1941-42 along positions on the Mius River. Later, the Mobile Division took part in the German advance into the Caucasus Region where it played a vital role in the assault and capture of the vital Soviet city of Rostov. Late in the Summer of 1942, the Divisional commander became Jozef Turanec. He led the Mobile Division across the Kuban River all the way to the region of Taupze. In late 1942, the 31st Artillery Regiment from the 2nd (Security) Infantry Division was transfered to the 1st Mobile Division. Command of the Mobile Division changed again in January, 1943, when Lt.Gen Jurech took over command.

After the horrible loss at Stalingrad in the Winter of 1942/1943, the entire position of the Germans in the Caucasus region was altered, as now any futher advance south would only insure the complete loss of all forces south of the Mius River if and when the Soviets reached Rostov in the North, thus trapping them. As direct result of the losses in the north, the forces in the Caucasus region were quickly pulled back north to escape possible entrapment. The 1st Slovak (Mobile) Infantry Division, as a part of the German forces fighting in the Caucasus region, was pulled back. The Mobile Division was nearly encircled and trapped near Saratowskaya, but managed to escape. The remaining portions of the Mobile Division were then airlifted out of the Kuban, but in so doing were forced to leave behind all their heavy equipment and weapons. The Mobile Division was then used to help cover the retreat of over the Sivash and Perkop land bridges. From here, the Divisions history becomes unsure for the next few weeks, as a specific record of its operations could not be located for this section. What is known though is that it later ended up being commanded once again by a new commanding officer, Elmir Lendvay. It looks as if the Division was pulled from the lines for a short while, until it was again thrown into action, this time near the area of Melitopol. Soon after, the Division was caught by a massive Soviet suprise attack that had managed to break through the German lines. The Mobile Division was routed and over 2000 men were taken by the Soviets. The Mobile Division, routed and destroyed, was then pulled from the lines.

$ 59







RARE "Battlefield Dug Relic German WW2 MP-44 STG-44 "Battle Damaged" Chunk with part of Site ! ( Recovered Bulge / Bastogne Area )
The Germans achieved total surprise on the morning of 16 December 1944 due to a combination of Allied overconfidence, preoccupation with Allied offensive plans, and poor aerial reconnaissance. The Germans attacked a weakly defended section of the Allied line, taking advantage of heavily overcast weather conditions, which grounded the Allies' overwhelmingly superior air forces. Fierce resistance on the northern shoulder of the offensive around Elsenborn Ridge and in the south around Bastogne blocked German access to key roads to the northwest and west that they counted on for success. Columns of armor and infantry that were supposed to advance along parallel routes found themselves on the same roads. This and terrain that favored the defenders threw the German advance behind schedule and allowed the Allies to reinforce the thinly placed troops. Improved weather conditions permitted air attacks on German forces and supply lines, which sealed the failure of the offensive. In the wake of the defeat, many experienced German units were left severely depleted of men and equipment, as survivors retreated to the defenses of the Siegfried Line.
The Germans' initial attack included 200,000 men, 340 tanks and 280 assault guns. These were reinforced a couple weeks later, bringing the offensive's total strength to 300,000 troops, 1,500+ tanks and assault guns, 2,400 aircraft, and several thousand field guns and mortars. Between 67,200 and 125,000 of their men were killed, missing or wounded. For the Americans, 610,000 men were involved in the battle,of whom 89,000 were casualties,including up to 19,000 killed.
$ 190







WOW ! HISTORICALLY IMPORTANT WW2 US Tagged Relic from ITALY ! - Museum Provenance Tagged US 88TH
( BLUE DEVILS ) Division Battlefield Relic Lot - US Battle Damaged mess kit lot ( Recovered Laiatico, Italy )

Here is an incredible offering. A tagged relic of 88th Division item of the famed Blue Devil Division a Battlefield recovered A battle damaged mess kit that was picked up in 1964 by a Staff Sergeant serving in Laiatico, Italy.The 88th Infantry Division was one of the first all draftee divisions to enter the war. Formed at Camp Gruber, Oklahoma, the division arrived at Casablanca, French Morocco, 15 December 1943, and moved to Magenta, Algeria, on the 28th for intensive training. It arrived at Naples, Italy, 6 February 1944, and concentrated around Piedimonte d'Alife for combat training. An advance element went into the line before Cassino, 27 February, and the entire unit relieved British elements along the Garigliano River in the Minturno area, 5 March. A period of defensive patrols and training followed.On 11 May, the 88th drove north to take Spigno, Mount Civita, Itri, Fondi, and Roccagorga, reached Anzio, 29 May, and pursued the enemy into Rome, being the first American unit into the city on 4 June, after a stiff engagement on the outskirts of the city. An element of the 88th is credited with being first to enter the Eternal City. After continuing across the Tiber to Bassanelio the 88th retired for rest and training, 11 June. The Division went into defensive positions near Pomerance, 5 July, and launched an attack toward Volterra on the 8th, taking the town the next day. Laiatico fell on the 11th, Villamagna on the 13th, and the Arno River was crossed on the 20th although the enemy resisted bitterly.After a period of rest and training, the Division opened its assault on the Gothic Line, 21 September 1944, and advanced rapidly along the Firenzuola-Imola road, taking Mount Battaglia (Casola Valsenio, RA) on the 28th. The enemy counterattacked savagely and heavy fighting continued on the line toward the Po Valley. The strategic positions of Mount Grande and Farnetto were taken, 20 and 22 October. From 26 October 1944 to 12 January 1945, the 88th entered a period of defensive patrolling in the Mount Grande-Mount Cerrere sector and the Mount Fano area. From 24 January to 2 March 1945, the Division defended the Loiano-Livergnano area and after a brief rest returned to the front. The drive to the Po Valley began on 15 April. Monterumici fell on the 17th after an intense barrage and the Po River was crossed, 24 April, as the 88th pursued the enemy toward the Alps. The cities of Verona and Vicenza were captured on the 25th and 28th and the Brenta River was crossed, 30 April. The 88th was driving through the Dolomite Alps toward Innsbruck, Austria where it linked up with the 103rd Infantry Division, when the hostilities ended on 2 May 1945.The unit was in combat for 344 days and sustained 15,173 casualties (killed, wounded or missing).

$140






RARE RELIC LOTS "Bunker Excavated" GERMAN TRENCH Positions - ( Recovered STALINGRAD )

Here is a few lots of a giant historic Stalingrad relic collection I purchased from my digger. The items are pictured and sold by lots as there is so much to show.. Please see below.. 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.

Lot #1 - Mix of relics etc.- $ 79

Lot #2 - German Wehrmacht Officer Hat Insignia Lot - $55

Lot #5 - German Unissued ID DOG TAG Lot - all for $ 69 !!










INCREDIBLE RARE WW2 "Battlefield" Dug ITALIAN ARMY Soldier ID TAG - ( Ground Recovered STALINGRAD )
Here is a very cool original WW2 Italian Soldier Dog Tag ID that was excavated Stalingrad. On 14 January 1943, after a short pause, the 6th Soviet Army attacked the Alpini divisions of the Italian Mountain Corps. These units had been placed on the left flank of the Italian army and were until then still relatively unaffected by the battle. However, the Alpini position had turned critical after the collapse of the Italian center, the collapse of the Italian right flank, and the simultaneous collapse of the Hungarian troops to the left of the Alpini. The Julia Division and Cuneense Division were destroyed. Members of the 1 Alpini Regiment, part of Cuneese Division, burned the regimental flags to keep them from being captured. Part of the Tridentina Division and other withdrawing troops managed to escape the encirclement. On 26 January 1943, after heavy fighting which resulted in the Battle of Nikolajewka, the Alpini remnants breached the encirclement and reached new defensive positions set up to the west by the Germans. But, by this time, the only operational fighting unit was the Tridentina Division and even it was not fully operational. The Tridentina Division had led the final breakout assault at Nikolajewka. Many of the troops who managed to escape were frostbitten, critically ill, and deeply demoralized.
Overall, about 130,000 Italians had been surrounded by the Soviet offensive. According to Italian sources, about 20,800 soldiers died in the fighting, 64,000 were captured, and 45,000 were able to withdraw.When the surviving Italian troops were eventually evacuated to Italy, the Fascist regime tried to hide them from the populace, so appalling was their appearance after surviving the Russian Front.

$ 75






INCREDIBLE RELIC FROM STALINGRAD ! Ground Dug WWII Relic RUSSIAN BODY ARMOR
( Sniper Protection, Bib Chest Section with shrapnel strike )

Here is a historic and extremely rare original WW2 relic Russian Body Armor for Snipers with a bulley hole strike that came from behind. in incredible ground dug condition and solid that was recovered from the brutal city fighting around Stalingrad that had the Russians using WWI protection by wearing sheets of iron to protect them from German snipers. This armor is complete with all sections. A great 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.

$340







HISTORIC AND UNIIQUE Set of Relics !! WW2 German "LUFTWAFFE FLAK-88 GUN" 3 Metal RANGE-FINDER Slides from a GUN NEST
( Bunker Found Near Gumrak Airfield STALINGRAD !! )

Here is a chance to own a unique lot of artifacts that were battlefield dug Stalingrad. The 3 metal range-finder trajectory slides for the highly collectible German Flak-88 Gun. are in nice condition as seen in the pictures. I have never seen others ! Many of the 88s were sent forward toward Stalingrad where they augmented 6th Army's own artillery. In mid-September, the Flak guns were targeted on the Volga Ferry crossings, acting together with Stuka attacks to force the Soviets to use the crossings at night.The guns did indeed prove very useful against Soviet tank attack ; in late September when the Don Front attacked 6th Army to the North of Stalingrad the Flak 88s claimed just under 40 tanks in one day. On October 1st, Luftwaffe Wachmeister Gemued singl-handedly destroyed 21 Soviet tanks , and was immediately nominated for the Knights Cross.October 14th saw the largest and final German assault on the City and during this action Pickert's 88s directly targeted the Dzerzhinski Tractor Factory, again operating in concert with Fliegerkorps VIII 's Stukas. Referring to this attack, General Zhukov stated that 'Those of us who had already been through a great deal will remember this enemy attack all our lives'.

Early flak batteries used optical range finders. As the war progressed, the Germans introduced radar direction and ranging. The batteries commonly worked in conjunction with searchlights. The Germans developed both time- and altitude-fused high-explosive shells. The Germans worked on a proximity fused shell like the one developed by the Americans. They had trouble, however, developing an effective devise. German engineers did introduce an effective controlled-fragmentation shell which was used for both the 88s and 105s (1943). These shells had grooves cut on the inside face of the casings. This meant that upon detonation that the casing would disintegrate into a smaller number of larger shrapnel fragments. Only a small number of high-explosive shells scored direct hits. Most of the damage done by German Flak was the shrapnel hitting the bombers. The larger fragments appears to have been more effective. The most effective shell developed by the Germans was incendiary shrapnel. This thin-walled shell was packed with containing numerous small pellets. Fortunately for allied air crews, this shell was not introduced until the final months of the war. The 88s could hit Allied bombers at high altitudes. I have noted estimates up up to up to an altitude of 35,000-49,000 feet. The Flak 88 at first had 10-man crews, but this was eventually reduced to 8-man crews. I have seen varying estimates as to the firing rate. One report indicates that a well trained crew could fire 3 shells/min. We have seen estimates as high as 15-20 shells/minute !

$ 90 for all 3 !








WOW !! HISTORIC AND NEVER SEEN !! WW2 German PANZER STUG III "Blown Apart" TANK BARREL Rifled TRUNK SECTION ( Recovered SALDUS, Latvia Site of a wicked TANK BATTLE ) ( Digger coordinates map, also included )
Here is a rarity from my personal collection. A beautiful original large section of "Battle Damaged" German Panzer STUG III Tank Barrel blown apart by a Russian Shell from Wicked Battles around Saldus,Latvia. The section is rifled and heavy and displays beautifully! After another near miss, following two misplaced shots from an itinerant T34/76, Wittmann quickly spotted another Soviet vehicle. Kicking the powerful Maybach engine to life, Koldenhöff skilfully manoeuvred the StuG III to allow Klinck a crack at the enemy Panzer. In a flash, the fourth Russian tank was obliterated. After another close encounter with a rather deceptive water crossing, expertly negotiated by Koldenhöff, Wittmann set out to locate three Russian vehicles he had seen earlier. After scanning the area, he saw the three T34/76s sitting with engines running on top of a hill. After Koldenhöff quickly moved the StuG. III to within 500 metres of the last Soviet Panzer, Klinck, quickly reacting to Wittmann’s command, let off a round of 75mm armour-piercing shot, which found its way to the Russian vehicle with a resounding crack. The remaining T34/76s would quickly redirect their aim towards Wittman’s vehicle, and Koldenhöff desperately moved the StuG III into position. Klinck let go another round – which bounced off the enemy tank. Loader Petersen was working overtime, and Klinck evetually managed to get a shot in, which seemed to have disabled the turret of the enemy machine. While all of this was happening, the third T34/76 had decided to head for safety. Their work seemingly done, Wittmann and his crew begin to head off, only to see the turret of the second T34/76 crank back into life! Petersen quickly slammed in another round into the breech, and the resulting shot saw the Russian vehicle burst into flames, its crew desperately trying to escape the inferno. On this day, in addition to the tremendous courage shown by Wittmann and his crew in the destruction of six Soviet vehicles, the young Stug commander was to show a spirit of humanity that was otherwise lacking in this terrible conflict. Seeing three of the Russians in obvious pain, he ordered his crew to smother the flames engulfing them with their bed rolls. The evening of 12th July 1941 was to see SS-Unterscharführer Wittmann being awarded the first of what would be many decorations, the Iron Cross Second Class, which he received from an elated “Sepp” Dietrich. As a testament to the humanity of this brave soldier, on being asked by Dietrich if he had a special wish, Wittmann requested that the three wounded Russians be given the best medical treatment. The newly-decorated StuG III commander was warmly received by his loyal crew – a warrior had truly been born.
$ 650












UNIQUE Lot of WW2 "AIRBORNE" Grooming KIT - Comb and Nail File and Marked Leather Case !

Highly Collectible Estate Purchase of a WW2 Airborne Vet. a grooming kit from Airborne Camp Taccoa. The U.S. Army took over a site with few buildings or permanent structures: personnel were originally housed in tents. More permanent barracks were built as the first soldiers started to arrive. Initially, Camp Toccoa used the Toccoa municipal airport for jump training, but following a transport accident, it was abandoned for having too short a runway for safe C-39 and C-47 operations. All further jump training occurred at Fort Benning, Georgia. Camp Toccoa also lacked a rifle range, so airborne trainees would march 30 miles (48 km) to Clemson Agricultural College, a military school in South Carolina, to practice on the college's shooting range. The most prominent local landmark is Currahee Mountain. Paratroopers in training ran from the camp up the mountain and back, memorialized in the HBO series, Band of Brothers, with the shout "three miles up, three miles down." Members of the 506th still refer to themselves as "Currahees", derived from the Cherokee word gurahiyi, which means "stand alone, together".The crest is surmounted by a group of 6 fully deployed parachutes.

$ 25






 

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Thank-you for visiting my relic sites. The site was designed when I was a collector that wanted to rotate items from my collection for sale. The site grew into a little business as I attended more shows and started actively seeking historical items as a value price to offer for sale. My regular and new customers have made this site a success as well as Gods providence as I owe my very breath to my Lord and Saviour and he has blessed my passion for history and allowed me to do what I love. That being said here are a few terms for your purchase of a piece of history that comes available. Please read carefully as the terms have changed.

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