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  1. Egbert the WW1 Tank

    Here is one of the British Mark V's from the Archangel Campaign in Russia. They were part of the Allied forces to fight with the White Russians against the Bolsheviks from 1918 to 1920. Britain supplied equipment to the White Russian North Western Army including the six tanks together with their volunteer crews, who were the only British troops to fight alongside the North Western Army. British tank crews pushed to within 12 miles of downtown Petrograd in the Autumn of 1919. All six tanks survived the battle, despite having developed some mechanical problems. This one is still in Arkhangelsk Russia today.
  2. Arbeitsbuch

    Agreed, de-nazified items are always harder to sell later on, should you decide you no longer want it.
  3. Time Left: 2 months and 29 days

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    Description 1/16 Scale diecast model of Panzer ace Michael Wittmann's Tiger I tank.Limited edition to 1800 worldwide.Comes with Certificate of Production and numbered.Complete in box and never opened.Comes with original outer shipping carton. Diecast weathered tank hull, turret and tracks that move on a working suspension.Barrel elevates and turret moves.All hatches open and close to reveal interior including engine,crew seats and machine gun and drivers controls.Diecast rounds,tow cables,side skirting panels and other accessories included.Detailed exclusive figure of Michael Wittmann and his four crew members all in individual poses replicating a famous photo taken of them in front of their Tiger tank in 1944.The engine comes in its own display box and can be inserted into the engine compartment .Also included are two glossy reference booklets.


  4. Another of my favourite films "Night of the Generals" with the brilliant soundtrack by Maurice Jarre.
  5. Panzer soldiers were probably one of the few units to go into battle during WW2 wearing a shirt and tie, another undeniable example that the Germans really did have the best uniforms.
  6. Spooky image in Stalingrad film

    Here is the original Pathe film clip of the surrender and you can see at 6.10 he is simply yawning. It just goes to show how editing a film even by a second or two can make a situation look totally different. I must have seen that film hundreds of times, mainly because it's in the opening titles of Cross of Iron, but I had never noticed the yawning man before.
  7. Spooky image in Stalingrad film

    Here is the soldier on the left, initially I though he had suffered some horrific wound or frost bite as his mouth is permanently open in the film for several seconds.
  8. Spooky image, if you pause the film at 4.43 you can see a soldier on the left hand side with his mouth wide open, it's a bit spooky and I can't say I've noticed that before even although it's a very famous clip, almost like he is wearing a mask.
  9. Time Left: 2 months and 14 days

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    Presentation bust to a Panzer Unteroffizier. Marble base with silver washed bronze bust of German Panzer crewman. Inscribed with 'In treuer Kameradschaft Uffz. Korps 1/S.E.B.4'. 7 inches high.


  10. Time Left: 2 months and 14 days

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    Field grey wool rayon cap with dark green centreband and dark green piping.One very small nip to the crown.Insignia comprises a gilt washed stamped alloy eagle and swastika and alloy oakleaves wreath encompassing a stamped national tricolor cockade. Twisted silver/aluminum chin cord is secured inplace by two small gilt washed metal buttons decorated with fouled navy anchors. Black vulcanfibre visor in good condition with all stitching intact. The interior of the cap is fully lined in light blue rayon with grey leather sweatshield and sweatband ribbon to the rear.Interior celluloid sweat diamond intact with all stitching present. Superb condition cap. V.G.C.


  11. Christmas Eve, 24th December 1943

    I always find the Stalingrad message very poignant in that film, with the radio announcer trying to sound positive, you can't imagine what they were going through. RIP Walter.
  12. Merry Christmas

    Merry Christmas, hope Santa is good to you
  13. I think this is pretty cool
  14. Seagulls Stop it now

    Groovy little tune Colin, I see you have worked out how to use the you tubes
  15. Watches

    I remember when these came out, the German ones were very smart, you can't go wrong for a pound