Monday WWII Hot Finds Newsletter April 20, 2015

April 21, 2015

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I got the nicest compliment from a reader in Georgia last week. He runs a shop near Atlanta that sells WWI & WWII items and he told me that he forwards the Hot Finds to some of his own customers.

Sometimes you have to chuckle when you read descriptions and titles on eBay. Take for example the title of the mortar shell that is for sale below. With only 80 characters to describe his auction the seller made sure to burn a few telling you "never used". Hmm...you think!

I want to point out the nice listing below for a German MG34 Armorers Kit. That auction is closing later tonight and it's already up to $400.

Not everyone is interested in Italian uniforms but since the one listed below is for a General maybe it will get some clicks.

I read a very interesting article today about the Gallipoli campaign. The British are preserving a ship that saw action in that conflict and I honestly had never heard about it. After reading up it seems like several countries (Australia, New Zealand, Turkey) have that down in their grade school textbooks as a major one.

 

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