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rixard
Posted: March 12, 2013 09:06 am
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Hello! I need help in identifying furniture that was found on the battle positions where they could be, and Romanians, and Russian and German ....
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Number 6 and 6a - probably has to do with the Romanian bread bag, buckle number 7 has the same design but different size (maybe it does not belong to the Romanian).

Number 4 - maybe a snap hook to attach the Romanian canteen.

Number 8 and 9 - probably has to do with holster Romanian (Austro-Hungarian) shovels.

Thanks in advance.

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ionionescu
Posted: March 12, 2013 11:20 am
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@rixard: in my opinion this objects could be only Romanian or Soviet (Germans had a very small contribution in fighting at Odessa), if you rule them out as Soviet equipment, then the only possibility is that this objects are Romanian.

My knowledge about this details in Romanian equipment is very limited, thus I can't help you with the identification, but if I would take a wild guess, I'll say they are Romanian. :)
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_Vik
Posted: March 12, 2013 11:55 am
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1,1a.5.6.6a.12.12a I found this things in graves of soviet soldiers.
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rixard
Posted: March 19, 2013 05:59 am
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Thank you for the answer!
@Vik do you think that the 6 and 6a can not belong to the Romanian bag of bread? Do you have a size similar to the Soviet or Romanian buckle?
№ 5 - What do you be a buckle?
Number 12 and 12a - probably hooks to support the belt on greatcoat, you are seen in the Soviet greatcoats?
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