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OK, so for us that would like to show our impression and also for others to give feedback I thought it might be an idea for us to show our impressions,

this one of me is when i used to do Luftwaffe field troops, lets see your :wink: :lol:

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This is me at the last Gap 08'


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Rottenführer Anckarström

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In pic with 3. i am far left
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Grüß Di' Bergkameraden,

Here's me with my friend "Fancy." She's an Austrian Haflinger mountain horse. A standard Gebirgsjäger division would have 500-600 Haflingers, about 1500 horses, and about 5000 mules.

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Here is a squad of my unit in the top right, I am in front of my large superior, lol. We were defending a trench position from a combined American, British, Russian attack...it was a public show.

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I am on the far right. I was forced to wear a different tunic which was like tent on me, but it was either that or freeze (it was very cold). Again this is from us lined up at the same public show described above. It went well. We had two Stuart tanks, three half-tracks (one armed with a scary quad of 50 cals), three jeeps and a few motorcycles. What did we have to defend? Grenades and a single pack gun armed by a few SS that showed up. :P
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Obergefreiter Hirschmann, recent battle. 1944 grenadier.

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Jugendkrieger On The Move. St. Palais 1943.

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I am on the far right. I was forced to wear a different tunic which was like tent on me, but it was either that or freeze (it was very cold).

Did ADIDAS not start in 1947? :lol:
I'm not having a go in the least my brother, I love these kinds of pictures, we've all been there at some point haven't we? the nearly ready shot or the just getting ready to go home one? :wink:
I know I have certainly, shouting for a headdress just because there's a camera there :lol:
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Jugendkrieger wrote:Image

Jugendkrieger On The Move. St. Palais 1943.


Hiroshima? Ha! I'll be ready for christmas island.
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John Wilson wrote:
Jugendkrieger wrote:Image

Jugendkrieger On The Move. St. Palais 1943.


Hiroshima? Ha! I'll be ready for christmas island.


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Hiroshima? Ha! I'll be ready for christmas island.[/quote]

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a year to this month, i crossed over from the 2nd rangers to Grossdeutschland :)

here is a pic from my first event.

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Heeresbergführer wrote:Grüß Di' Bergkameraden,
Here's me with my friend "Fancy." She's an Austrian Haflinger mountain horse. A standard Gebirgsjäger division would have 500-600 Haflingers, about 1500 horses, and about 5000 mules.
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Wonderful Haflinger! Had one myself a few years ago. Mulfa was her name (I called her Leila). M because it was a M-Line Haflinger where all Stallions name start with a M. I could trace back her "ancestors" up 'til Marengo, a stallion born in Austria 1936!!!!
Maybe some mares or stallions of the M-line served in WWII .... I'm shure they did .... but who knows? :roll:

BTW Hafling where the name Haflinger comes from is in Italy today ....
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Hans Gowert wrote:a year to this month, i crossed over from the 2nd rangers to Grossdeutschland :)

here is a pic from my first event.

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Nice! My unit is actually in the process of changing over to Grossdeutschland. Infantry regiment, 6th Kompanie.
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