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Germany War Kriegsmarine Cruiser Prinz Eugen Lot Two Plan Hand Made In Pencil

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PLEASE EXAMINE CAREFULLY THE RESOLUTION PHOTOS FOR DETAILS AND POSSIBLE FAULTS!!! GERMANY WAR KRIEGSMARINE CRUISER PRINZ EUGEN LOT TWO PLAN HAND MADE IN PENCIL. SIZE IS 1260 X 340 MM AND 1030 X 220 MM. Was an Admiral Hipper -class. The third of a class of five vessels. She served with Nazi Germany. During World… (read more)

WW2 U-BOAT 1944 KRIEGSMARINE 3R GERMAN NAVY OFFICERS SUBMARINE COMMANDER U-BOOTe

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From my personal collection, i sell. A important, original and rare document to understand the military armys and conflits of the twentieth century. This Photos is special to collectors and experts in special forces of World War 2. This Photos does not appeal to ideology or politics, only discloses the military history. For experts in… (read more)

WW2 German Navy Kriegsmarine SIGNAL HORN PRINZ EUGEN RARE

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These were used on various Navy ships throughout the war. This SPECIFIC item (along with other items I have listed) was saved from the Admiral Hipper Class Cruiser “Prinz Eugen” by Commander William F. Handley, shortly before her demise in 1946. Handley served as the Chief Engineer on the Prinz Eugen for the duration of… (read more)

WW2 German Kriegsmarine Foul Weather / U-Boat Deck Pants #3 NICE

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This type was specifically used by Navy Personnel and various U-Boats and Ships! Manufactured in a heavy black leather, this is a VERY GOOD unused example, with NO major damage! All buttons are original. Features two large side pockets for gloves, maps, and other accessories. The manufacture label is still present and is VERY CLEAR,… (read more)

WW2 German Kriegsmarine 7×50 Leitz U-BOAT BINOCULARS VERY NICE

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The German Army and Navy used a wide variety of optical equipment, including a 6×30 (6 power magnification with 30mm objective lens), 7×50, 8×30, 10×50 and others, being the standard issued optics used by all branches of service. Though this type was the standard, specialized personnel required stinger optics, and were issues to personnel on… (read more)

WW2 German Kriegsmarine Navy Aräometer TORPEDO HYDROMETER #3 VERY NICE

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Aräometer (Hydrometer), as used in many Ships and U-Boats! Was used by crew members to test the density / salinity of salt water. This was important when determining the torpedo time delay settings on U-Boats. Made of glass and steel. This is a SUPERB example, and comes COMPLETE with it’s original cardboard tube! Numerous markings… (read more)

WW2 German Kriegsmarine Navy Aräometer TORPEDO HYDROMETER #2 VERY NICE

WW2 German Kriegsmarine Navy Aräometer TORPEDO HYDROMETER #2 VERY NICE

Aräometer (Hydrometer), as used in many Ships and U-Boats! Was used by crew members to test the density / salinity of salt water. This was important when determining the torpedo time delay settings on U-Boats. Made of glass and steel. This is a SUPERB example, and comes COMPLETE with it’s original cardboard tube! Numerous markings… (read more)

WW2 German Kriegsmarine Navy Aräometer TORPEDO HYDROMETER #1 VERY NICE

WW2 German Kriegsmarine Navy Aräometer TORPEDO HYDROMETER #1 VERY NICE

Aräometer (Hydrometer), as used in many Ships and U-Boats! Was used by crew members to test the density / salinity of salt water. This was important when determining the torpedo time delay settings on U-Boats. Made of glass and steel. This is a SUPERB example, and comes COMPLETE with it’s original cardboard tube! Numerous markings… (read more)

WW2 German Kriegsmarine 7×50 Leitz U-BOAT BINOCULARS #2 VERY NICE

WW2 German Kriegsmarine 7x50 Leitz U-BOAT BINOCULARS #2 VERY NICE

The German Army and Navy used a wide variety of optical equipment, including a 6×30 (6 power magnification with 30mm objective lens), 7×50, 8×30, 10×50 and others, being the standard issued optics used by all branches of service. Though this type was the standard, specialized personnel required stinger optics, and were issues to personnel on… (read more)