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  • Michael73
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    Hello
    Please help to translate

    Many thanks in advance
    Michael
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  • Einzel
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    Originally posted by pauke View Post
    And the two astronauts in the Dragon capsule just landed just south of here a half hour ago! Small world. Is Yuri Gagarin buried there or in Moscow?
    30.03.1968 the remains of Yuri Gagarin and Vladimir Seregin were buried in the Kremlin Wall Necropolis Moscow. They died together in an air accident during the training flight 27.03.1968.


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  • Admiraal
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    Shouldn't this wonderful thread be a Sticky? It would be easier to find for people.
    To get on topic: I need some help with the name of this Hauptverbandplatz. See attachment:
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  • pauke
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    And the two astronauts in the Dragon capsule just landed just south of here a half hour ago! Small world. Is Yuri Gagarin buried there or in Moscow?

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  • Einzel
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    Originally posted by pauke View Post
    Abgeschossener Bomber bei Pretssisiaje(?)
    ...bei Pretschistoje.
    Пречистое (Rus.)/ Prechistoye (Engl.) is a small settlement in Smolenskaya Oblast', Russian Federation.
    By the way, just some kilometers to the North-East from Prechistoye, there is Klushino - the birthplace of the first Soviet cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin.

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  • jazz
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    Originally posted by pauke View Post
    Abgeschossener Bomber bei Pretssisiaje(?)
    Danke Sehr!

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  • nzef1940
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    Excellent, many thanks.

    Originally posted by pauke View Post
    On the front is the Guards star and motto with the shoulder strap below for the Guards Grenadier Regt. No. 4. On one side "Cheers dear Father Berlin 1904" which is where a Guards Regt. would be and the other side "Heinrich Hilz from your dear son Willy" and his unit. Looks
    nice.
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  • pauke
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    On the front is the Guards star and motto with the shoulder strap below for the Guards Grenadier Regt. No. 4. On one side "Cheers dear Father Berlin 1904" which is where a Guards Regt. would be and the other side "Heinrich Hilz from your dear son Willy" and his unit. Looks nice.

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  • nzef1940
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    Help with this stein please, thanks in advance

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  • pauke
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    Abgeschossener Bomber bei Pretssisiaje(?)

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  • jazz
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    Hallo.
    Bitte helfen Sie bei der Entschlüsselung der Signatur.
    Im voraus vielen dank!
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  • jazz
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    Originally posted by HPL2008 View Post
    "Hohenstein
    2. Oktober 1935
    Der Führer schreitet
    die Front ab
    ."

    ["Hohenstein
    2 October 1935
    The Führer reviews
    the troops."]

    This picture was taken during an official event held at the Tannenberg Memorial at Hohenstein (today Olsztynek, Poland): On that day, the mortal remains of Paul von Hindenburg and his wife were re-interred in the newly-built crypt and the Tannenberg-Nationaldenkmal was re-designated as the Reichsehrenmal Tannenberg. (The date was chosen as 2 October 1847 was von Hindenburg's birthday.)
    Danke Sehr!

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  • marcinkappa
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    Originally posted by Gerdan View Post
    # 7

    Tha last name could be "Peterchen" - diminutive of "Peter".

    Gerdan
    Very nice Gerdan as in the middle between parents (Schwester and Schwager) sits young boy, their son.

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  • Gerdan
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    # 7

    Tha last name could be "Peterchen" - diminutive of "Peter".

    Gerdan

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  • HPL2008
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    Originally posted by marcinkappa View Post
    what name could it be? Helmut???
    Yes, it is.

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