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German Wehrmacht Stielhandgranate M24 Fourth Battle Of Kharkov Provenance, Group I, Inert Part I.

SECOND FROM LEFT ON HOLD. THIRD FROM LEFT ON HOLD.
-First Battle of Kharkov, an October 1941 battle in
which German troops captured the city.
-Second Battle of Kharkov, a May 1942 battle in which Soviet forces attempted to retake the city.
-Third Battle of Kharkov, a February 1943 battle in which Soviet forces were driven out again, and the Germans forces retook the city.
-Belgorod-Kharkov Offensive Operation, also known as Fourth Battle of Kharkov, an August 1943 battle in which Soviet forces retook the city. This operation is usually referred to as the Fourth Battle of Kharkov by the Germans and as the Belgorod–Kharkov offensive operation by the Soviets.
After the Historic facts, now the history of these M24, thay have been found in an old and inhabited attic in the outskirts of Kharkov some months ago, seller told me around 20 complete M24 were found, all of them ready for the battle and all mixed parts, no cases or racks, just the M24 some with water damage. Today it is still not clear if, with the war needing a huge amount of ammunition and at this point of the war, the German factories continued filling the M24 cases with matching cans and sticks as they did in the prewar years or in 1939-1940. I have observed untouched cases and/or talked with people who found unopened cases telling me that inside were 15 different M24, this is from different makers. And now imagine some German Soldiers getting ready the M24 for fighting, remember they had to put the fuze and the detonator inside unscrewing the can from the handle. Imagine doing this with 4 or 5 cases, 60 or 75 stickgrenades.... Do you think they would waste time screwing back the right can with the right handle? Of course not. All of us like "matching" stuff, but this is a little bit stupid thinking, (yes, me too), because simply this is not true due to circumstances. This group of four have same cans, handles, pull cords and fuzes, all as found, only the empty Sprengkapseln has been added by me, the original found Sprengkapseln was thrown away for obvious reasons. Cans are 42 evy and sticks 43 flf, a rare maker to find and who never painted the steel parts of his handles as I have had 1942, 1943 and 1944 handles from this maker.
And finally why Fourth Battle? Because the filling date stenciled on the cans: 1. 1943. These have the big K on it means "Kalte" for use in cold weather. These would have arrived there between Third and Fourth Battle. PRICE IS PER ONE, YOU HAVE TO TELL ME WHICH ONE YOU WANT, I will send to every buyer the photos in bigger size for a better choosing. I will give to every buyer a copy of the stamps from Ukranian Post.
It will be shipped in two separated parcels.
Shipping Costs:
-In Hand: 0,00 €.
-Domestic: 8,00 €.
-Europe: 24,75 €.
-Worldwide: 41,30 €.

Code: 52038

575.00 EUR


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German Wehrmacht Stielhandgranate M24 Fourth Battle Of Kharkov Provenance, Group I, Inert Part II.

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Code: 52037

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German Wehrmacht Stielhandgranate M24 Fourth Battle Of Kharkov Provenance, Group II, Inert.

-First Battle of Kharkov, an October 1941 battle in
which German troops captured the city.
-Second Battle of Kharkov, a May 1942 battle in which Soviet forces attempted to retake the city.
-Third Battle of Kharkov, a February 1943 battle in which Soviet forces were driven out again, and the Germans forces retook the city.
-Belgorod-Kharkov Offensive Operation, also known as Fourth Battle of Kharkov, an August 1943 battle in which Soviet forces retook the city. This operation is usually referred to as the Fourth Battle of Kharkov by the Germans and as the Belgorod–Kharkov offensive operation by the Soviets.
After the Historic facts, now the history of these M24, thay have been found in an old and inhabited attic in the outskirts of Kharkov some months ago, seller told me around 20 complete M24 were found, all of them ready for the battle and all mixed parts, no cases or racks, just the M24 some with water damage. Today it is still not clear if, with the war needing a huge amount of ammunition and at this point of the war, the German factories continued filling the M24 cases with matching cans and sticks as they did in the prewar years or in 1939-1940. I have observed untouched cases and/or talked with people who found unopened cases telling me that inside were 15 different M24, this is from different makers. And now imagine some German Soldiers getting ready the M24 for fighting, remember they had to put the fuze and the detonator inside unscrewing the can from the handle. Imagine doing this with 4 or 5 cases, 60 or 75 stickgrenades.... Do you think they would waste time screwing back the right can with the right handle? Of course not. All of us like "matching" stuff, but this is a little bit stupid thinking, (yes, me too), because simply this is not true due to circumstances. This group of two have same cans, handles, pull cords and fuzes, all as found, only the empty Sprengkapseln has been added by me, the original found Sprengkapseln was thrown away for obvious reasons. Cans are 43 gck and sticks wc 1942, this maker "wc", (Hasag, Hugo Schneider AG, Meuselwitz plant, Thuringia), was the only maker painting black the threaded collars and end caps. Both handles have a rare cut in the same place.... Any idea?
And finally why Fourth Battle? Because the filling date stenciled on the same can I kept in my collection: 2. 1943. These would have arrived there between Third and Fourth Battle. PRICE IS PER ONE, YOU HAVE TO TELL ME WHICH ONE YOU WANT, I will send to every buyer the photos in bigger size for a better choosing. I will give to every buyer a copy of the stamps from Ukranian Post.
It will be shipped in two separated parcels.
Shipping Costs:
-In Hand: 0,00 €.
-Domestic: 8,00 €.
-Europe: 24,75 €.
-Worldwide: 41,30 €.

Code: 52036

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German Wehrmacht Masken-Brille Gas Mask Glasses Unused From Original Box, Mint Condition.

I got a full box of ten, never used. Of course matching parts. You will receive the set you see.
Shipping Costs:
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-Domestic: 4,00 €.
-Europe: 6,25 €.
-Worldwide: 7,20 €.

Code: 52035

35.00 EUR


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German Wehrmacht Masken-Brille Gas Mask Glasses Unused From Original Box, Mint Condition.

I got a full box of ten, never used. Of course matching parts. You will receive the set you see.
Shipping Costs:
-In Hand: 0,00 €.
-Domestic: 4,00 €.
-Europe: 6,25 €.
-Worldwide: 7,20 €.

Code: 52034

35.00 EUR


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German Luftwaffe Flak EM Fliegerbluse M44 Near Mint And Rare Part I. (60)

Please see in the first photo the measures of the jacket in CENTIMETERS, measures with the jacket OVER A PLAIN SURFACE. Many photos available, if you need to see something that you don´t see ask it and I will do the photo for you. I can send the photos by email in a bigger size, with this you will be able to zoom them if you want. Simplified model M44 not easy to find as her earlier sisters. It is in storage condition, never used I would say. It is a big one, a modern L to XL. See photos, for this I make nearly 50 photos of a jacket, better than words.
Shipping Costs:
-In Hand: 0,00 €.
-Domestic: 8,00 €.
-Europe: 24,75 €.
-Worldwide: 41,30 €.

Code: 52033

1250.00 EUR


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German Luftwaffe Flak EM Fliegerbluse M44 Near Mint And Rare Part II. (60)

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Code: 52032

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German Luftwaffe Flak EM Fliegerbluse M44 Near Mint And Rare Part III. (60)

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Code: 52031

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German Luftwaffe Flak EM Fliegerbluse M44 Near Mint And Rare Part lV. (60)

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Code: 52030

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German Luftwaffe Flak EM Fliegerbluse M44 Near Mint And Rare Part V. (60)

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Code: 52029

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