Merry Christmas

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RZM
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Merry Christmas

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You will be MERRY!
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Where ist Mein PRESENTZ!!!
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Lol. Merry Christmas Kammeraden!
(pretty sure these photos are from Dec. Of 33. Scary thing is..most of these guys were dead by oct. Of 34..)
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peiper1944
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Re: Merry Christmas

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Happy Christmas and a Good New Year !
to all my friends on the forum
:D

Seasons regards, Pipes
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LHistorian
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Re: Merry Christmas

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Frohe Weihnachten Kameraden :D
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die Wille Gottes wird nie nehmen Sie, wo die Gnade Gottes wird Sie nicht schützen.
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Write on it´s top the warning: " DO NOT OPEN! ONLY IN CASE OF WAR!"

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I like this :lol:
Burger Schlesien Bad-Darkau

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Oberleutnant Ulrich
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Would that be the famous FJ group where he issued Knights-Crosses "en mass"? I thought the group was almost all officers...
Arthur

Leutnant Ulrich Stab./II/JG-52
Leutnant Ulrich Stab./I./756. Gren. Reg.
Leutnant Ulrich Heereshochgebirgsschule
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