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    #31
    Michael,


    Would his name be Jean Muller? I too spent many years visiting friends in Luxembourg and found many barn finds along with searching the battlefields. Two friends of mine on the Luxembourg EOD were recently killed handling a defused U.S. Artillery shell that they were getting ready to transport for disposal.


    Originally posted by Lutfen View Post
    Amazing haul! I used to spend a lot of time in Luxembourg, visiting a friend who lived in a farm above Ettelbruck. The woods behind the farm were filled with shallow rifle pits, probably dug by the Americans during the war.

    Michael
    Last edited by W Petz; 10-18-2019, 01:48 AM.

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      #32
      Hi Bill

      PM sent. The farmhouse was called Neihaff and was reached from Ingeldorf. At the time, early/mid 90s, it was rented by a friend from Iowa, contracting for the EU. Herr Stumpfer was the farm owner - if my memory serves me correctly.

      Michael

      Originally posted by W Petz View Post
      Michael,


      Would his name be Jean Muller? I too spent many years visiting friends in Luxembourg and found many barn finds along with searching the battlefields.

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