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    Dug up frame Tretgestell TG-58 with Pedal generator Tretmaschine TM 5/19

    Hello everyone.
    A few weeks ago we found this interesting staff in a German bunker near Stalingrad.




    #2
    Interesting. Please show more photos, also close ups.

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      #3
      Condition so so, we are not very happy))



      Tretmaschine TM 5/19 does not feel very good after 70 years in the ground...



      and now, view after easy cleaning










      mark

      GEPINAL
      1934

      Last edited by sebastien; 08-31-2017, 05:26 PM.

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        #4
        Originally posted by Val View Post
        Interesting. Please show more photos, also close ups.
        Pedal generator Tretmaschine Type: T.M. 5./19 it's a rare generator, is not it? I can not find information about him on the Internet.





        Last edited by sebastien; 08-31-2017, 05:50 PM.

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          #5
          This model TM is mentioned in pre-war commercial Telefunken brochures, so in any case it is very early (as is indicated by the 1934 date on the frame). Due to the absence of any Wa.A markings on the tagplate or the frame it is possibly an export version used by one of the German allied armies near Stalingrad. Still pretty cool to find it still in place...

          regards,

          Funksammler

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            #6
            Originally posted by sebastien View Post
            Pedal generator Tretmaschine Type: T.M. 5./19 it's a rare generator, is not it? I can not find information about him on the Internet.
            Thanks for the pictures. it is very nice that the type shield is survived.
            I don't have currently any info with which radio that generator was used.
            It is interesting that it outputs 7 volts.

            This battery on the first picture - did you find it from the same place?
            Was there any radio equipment pieces?

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              #7
              Originally posted by Funksammler View Post
              used by one of the German allied armies near Stalingrad. Still pretty cool to find it still in place...

              regards,

              Funksammler
              Thanks for your reply.
              We found this on German artillery positions. At bunker we dug up this staff, you can see all german



              Also we found Aluminium Canteen Cup, there is a soldier's name and feldpost number 16431



              feldpost number 16431 - 6 Battr. Art.Regt. 53 (IV. Armeekorps)

              Georg Leonhard

              He lost in Stalingrad in January 1943

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                #8
                Originally posted by Val View Post
                This battery on the first picture - did you find it from the same place?
                Was there any radio equipment pieces?
                Yes, we found six battery near frame, one bunker. and a few days ago we again dug there. We found two more packs of these batteries (a set of 6 battaries).

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                  #9
                  Originally posted by Val View Post
                  Was there any radio equipment pieces?
                  We found not much any radio equipment pieces.

                  Part for Signalman’s Backpack





                  and plug of the radio station is in very poor condition.





                  In the winter of this year, I dug up an aluminum jug.



                  On the surface jug scrawled the word - Ladestation - charging station.





                  Apparently this jug used guys from Nachrichten uniut.

                  Maybe we'll have more finds ... I hope so.

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                    #10
                    hi all
                    i guess the best way is to put a TM5a1 generator , they are not so
                    rare , and offer from time to time on eBay , electrolyse cleaning
                    sanding will help to give a new live to this rare item
                    pierre

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                      #11
                      Hey, I found this, can someone tell me more about this item?
                      https://imgur.com/a/ALnBa

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                        #12
                        Originally posted by Matastok View Post
                        Hey, I found this, can someone tell me more about this item?
                        https://imgur.com/a/ALnBa
                        See here: http://www.wehrmacht-awards.com/foru...43&postcount=7

                        regards,

                        Funksammler

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                          #13
                          Originally posted by Val View Post
                          This battery on the first picture - did you find it from the same place?
                          There were a lot of batteries




                          some pieces we leave in the ground ... we had little strength to dig up whole thing.

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                            #14
                            Originally posted by sebastien View Post
                            There were a lot of batteries
                            Thanks, interesting. Can anyone guess where those smaller
                            batteries were used?

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