• Flat knob (38mm) large * rare * module and complete

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  • Flat knob (17mm) 80ème infantry regiment under napoleon 1er empire

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  • New listingWorld War 1 THE GREAT WAR British Remembrance Troops Union Jack Gold Coin Poppy

    The Rear of the coin hosts an ensemble of British troops a Mark V Tank and a biplane fighter with the backdrop of the Union Jack. The coin is bordered with text that reads THE GREAT WAR British Remembrance Gold Coin.
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  • 1p AUCTION COMMEMORATIVE USA MILITARY BRONZE STAR MEDAL CHALLENGE COIN

    Hi Here we a great commemorative collectable USA Military Bronze Star Medal Challenge Coin The coin may or may not have tiny little marks It will come in a plastic capsule to stop it from getting damaged Please can you take a look at our EBay shop as we have a lot more amazing items Returns accepted only if in resale condition and no damage and the buyer pays returns postage costs Thank you
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  • 50mm Gas Mask Ruber Hose Tube Respirator Connection Between Gas Mask And Filter

    Standart Nato 50mm DIN- Ghost male and female connector. Soviet russian gas mask tube/hose. 40mm thread, 50-55cm lenght. Black rubber tube. 1 X 1 pc Hose Tube. Hose is new, never used. Fits for almost all soviet russian gas masks.
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    Ending Sunday at 1:48PM GMT2d 11hFrom China
  • 1p AUCTION COMMEMORATIVE USA WAR ON TERROR EXPEDITIONARY MEDAL CHALLENGE COIN

    Hi Here we a great commemorative collectable USA Global War on Terror Expeditionary Medal Challenge Coin The coin may or may not have tiny little marks It will come in a plastic capsule to stop it from getting damaged Please can you take a look at our EBay shop as we have a lot more amazing items Returns accepted only if in resale condition and no damage and the buyer pays returns postage costs Thank you
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  • 1p AUCTION COMMEMORATIVE USA GLOBAL WAR ON TERROR MILITARY MEDAL CHALLENGE COIN

    Hi Here we a great commemorative collectable USA Military Air Medal Challenge Coin The coin may or may not have tiny little marks It will come in a plastic capsule to stop it from getting damaged Please can you take a look at our EBay shop as we have a lot more amazing items Returns accepted only if in resale condition and no damage and the buyer pays returns postage costs Thank you
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  • USSR SOVIET - VINTAGE 1975 RUSSIAN COMMUNIST WW2 MILITARY MEDAL BADGE AWARD. 99p

    VINTAGE 1975 RUSSIAN USSR COMMUNIST WW2 MEDAL BADGE AWARD ORIGINAL USSR SOVIET ANNIVERSARY VICTORY MEDAL Medal, USSR period, good condition. 99p no reserve
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  • Original India Army Sangram UnNamed Medal FREE Shipping

    Original Full Size India Army UnNamed Sangram Medal. A little longer for other smaller countries of the world. The sangram medal awarded for general service in the 1971 Indo-Pakistani conflict. Name: The medal is UnNamed as awarded.-UnNamed.
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    Ending Sunday at 8:04PM GMT2d 17hFrom India
  • The Illustrated War News 5th December 1917 World War I The Great War 1914 - 1918

    255 issues were published over the course of the Second World War before the magazine permanently ceased production on 11 April 1947. and Winston Churchill ("The Right View of Verdun"). It was extremely popular: at its peak at the end of World War I, The War Illustrated had a circulation of 750,000.
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  • World War I Killed in Action Letter War Office London The Great War British Army

    However, World War One death records only provide estimates of casualty numbers, and vary according to source. These ww1 records did not include the 14,000 deaths reported by the Merchant Navy. More than 9 million soldiers died in the Great War of 1914 - 1918, now more commonly known as World War One.
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  • War Emergency Information Leaflet The Blitz World War II 1939-1945 Home Front

    The 1924 estimates were, during the buildup to the Second World War, regularly revised upwards, particularly in the light of the 1937 German bombing of Guernica, Spain. In 1938 the Air Ministry predicted 65,000 casualties a week—in the first month of war the British government was expecting a million casualties, three million refugees, and the majority of the capital destroyed.
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  • World War I Red Cross Prisoner of War Card Missing Soldiers The Great War

    From the beginning of the war, the German authorities found themselves confronted with an unexpected influx of prisoners. In September 1914, 125,050 French soldiers and 94,000 Russian ones were held captive.
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  • The War Illustrated 24th Feb 1917 World War I The Great War 1914 - 1918

    255 issues were published over the course of the Second World War before the magazine permanently ceased production on 11 April 1947. and Winston Churchill ("The Right View of Verdun"). It was extremely popular: at its peak at the end of World War I, The War Illustrated had a circulation of 750,000.
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  • World War I Hand Written Soldiers Letter Home + Envelope 1914-1918 The Great War

    A replica of a hand written World War I letter from a Soldier in the Trenches back home to his Loved ones. An amazing item that gives a real incite into what life was like for Soldiers fighting in World War I and the feelings they had for their loved ones back home.
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  • World War I Deserter's Court Prosecution and Defence Papers Court Marshall Army

    “We went up into the front line near Arras, through sodden and devastated countryside. As we were moving up to our sector along the communication trenches, a shell burst ahead of me and one of my platoon dropped.
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  • 12 World War I Leaflets / Cards Home Front National Service World War I 1914

    The Home Front during World War One refers to life in Britain during the war itself. The Home Front saw a massive change in the role of women, rationing, the bombing of parts of Britain by the Germans (the first time civilians were targeted in war), conscientious objectors and strikes by discontented workers.
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  • ARP (Air Raid Precautions) Booklet The Blitz World War II 1939-1945 Home Front

    The 1924 estimates were, during the buildup to the Second World War, regularly revised upwards, particularly in the light of the 1937 German bombing of Guernica, Spain. In 1938 the Air Ministry predicted 65,000 casualties a week—in the first month of war the British government was expecting a million casualties, three million refugees, and the majority of the capital destroyed.
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  • Children's Ration Book World War I 1914-1918 Ministry of Food Home Front

    A replica of a children's ration book issued by the Ministry of Food during World War I. The war took men and horses away from farm work. Imports of nitrate fertilizers were hit. Reduced agricultural output forced up prices and encouraged hoarding.
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  • Chart of War Gases Booklet The Blitz World War II 1939-1945 Home Front

    The 1924 estimates were, during the buildup to the Second World War, regularly revised upwards, particularly in the light of the 1937 German bombing of Guernica, Spain. In 1938 the Air Ministry predicted 65,000 casualties a week—in the first month of war the British government was expecting a million casualties, three million refugees, and the majority of the capital destroyed.
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  • 11 World War II Home Front Cigarette Cards 1939 - 1945 Vintage

    Although it was the men who went off to fight the war, the people left behind at home also had a part to play in the war. A selection of 11 replica World War 2 Home Front cigarette cards. 11 WORLD WAR II HOME FRONT.
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  • Patriotic Pledge Card World War I 1914-1918 Alcohol Drunkenness

    A replica of a pledge card that was used by the government during World War I to discourage people from drinking alcohol! Drunkenness was a real concern for the government during the war and a pledge card that the public would sign was one of the ways they saw to combat it.
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  • Blitz and You Booklet The Blitz World War II 1939-1945 Home Front

    The 1924 estimates were, during the buildup to the Second World War, regularly revised upwards, particularly in the light of the 1937 German bombing of Guernica, Spain. In 1938 the Air Ministry predicted 65,000 casualties a week—in the first month of war the British government was expecting a million casualties, three million refugees, and the majority of the capital destroyed.
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  • World War I Soldier's Typed Letter to Friend Trench Life The Great War 1914-1918

    Twelve and a half million letters were sent to the the Western Front every week. A replica of a typed World War I letter from a Soldier in the Trenches to a friend back home. An amazing item that gives a real incite into what Trench Life was like for Soldiers fighting in World War I.
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  • Consolidation of Trenches Localities & Craters Booklet World War I British Army

    In the face of modern warfare, digging in was standard practice by the start of WWI. To attack frontally was to court crippling losses, so an outflanking operation was the preferred method of attack against an entrenched enemy.
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  • Your Air Raid Precautions Leaflet The Blitz World War II 1939-1945 Home Front

    The 1924 estimates were, during the buildup to the Second World War, regularly revised upwards, particularly in the light of the 1937 German bombing of Guernica, Spain. In 1938 the Air Ministry predicted 65,000 casualties a week—in the first month of war the British government was expecting a million casualties, three million refugees, and the majority of the capital destroyed.
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  • Look Out In The Blackout Poster The Blitz World War II 1939-1945 Home Front

    The 1924 estimates were, during the buildup to the Second World War, regularly revised upwards, particularly in the light of the 1937 German bombing of Guernica, Spain. In 1938 the Air Ministry predicted 65,000 casualties a week—in the first month of war the British government was expecting a million casualties, three million refugees, and the majority of the capital destroyed.
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  • The Wipers Times Trench Magazine World War I 12th Feb 1916 Volume 1 Army Memory

    In early 1916, the 12th Battalion was stationed in the front line at Ypres, Belgium, and came across a printing press abandoned by a Belgian who had, in the words of the editor, "stood not on the order of his going, but gone.".
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  • 20th Infantry Battle Plans and Map Montauban 13th July 1916 World War 1 Somme

    A replica of the actual battle plans used for the capture and defence of Montauban during the battle of the Somme. There are 4 pages of information on the plan of attack. Also included is a map of the area where the attack took place and a report detailing the events that took place during the attack and a list of casualties.
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  • Women's Illustrated June 17th 1944 Newspaper Home Front World War 2 1939-45

    Although it was the men who went off to fight the war, the people left behind at home also had a part to play in the war. At first only butter, sugar and bacon was rationed. By the middle of 1940 all meat, eggs, cheese, jam, tea and milk was also rationed.
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  • 11 Blitz Leaflets / Postcards The Blitz World War II 1939-1945 Home Front

    The 1924 estimates were, during the buildup to the Second World War, regularly revised upwards, particularly in the light of the 1937 German bombing of Guernica, Spain. In 1938 the Air Ministry predicted 65,000 casualties a week—in the first month of war the British government was expecting a million casualties, three million refugees, and the majority of the capital destroyed.
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  • The Great Air raid on England Booklet 3rd Sept 1916 Zeppelin World War I

    "A Great Air Raid. One Zeppelin Destroyed. Wonderful Spectacle in London. That evening an inquest into the deaths of the 16 crew of SL-11 was held at the Plough Inn, Cuffley a short distance from the crash site.
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  • Diary of the War Booklet 1914 - 1918 World War I Principal Events The Great War

    From the time of its occurrence until the approach of World War II, it was called simply the World War or the Great War, and thereafter the First World War or World War I. More than 9 million combatants were killed; a casualty rate exacerbated by the belligerents' technological and industrial sophistication, and tactical stalemate.
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  • Confidential Medical Report of War Poet Wilfred Owen Shell Shock World War I

    A replica of War Poet Wilfred Owen's Medical Report. The report is from Welsh Hospital Netley in Southampton. Wilfred was taken here following being caught up in a shell explosion. The report says he had Neurasthenia which is another word for Shell Shock.
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  • Soldier's Pay Book for use on Active Service World War I 1914-1918 British Army

    Trench warfare prevailed on the Western Front from 16 September 1914 until the Germans launched their Spring Offensive on 21 March 1918. After the buildup of forces in 1915, the Western Front became a stalemated struggle between equals, to be decided by attrition.
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  • Daily Graphic Newspaper 12th August 1914 World War I 1914-1918 The Great War

    From the time of its occurrence until the approach of World War II, it was called simply the World War or the Great War, and thereafter the First World War or World War I. More than 9 millioncombatants were killed; a casualty rate exacerbated by the belligerents' technological and industrial sophistication, and tactical stalemate.
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    Ending Sunday at 9:24PM GMT2d 19h
  • Air Raid Information Booklet World War I 1914 - 1918 Home Front The Great War

    L.3 and L.4, following close and parallel courses, encountered squally rain and snow storms off the English East Coast north of Yarmouth and took respectively southern and northern courses over the county of Norfolk.
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  • Cooking After a "Blitz" Leaflet World War II 1939-1945 Home Front The Blitz

    The 1924 estimates were, during the buildup to the Second World War, regularly revised upwards, particularly in the light of the 1937 German bombing of Guernica, Spain. In 1938 the Air Ministry predicted 65,000 casualties a week—in the first month of war the British government was expecting a million casualties, three million refugees, and the majority of the capital destroyed.
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  • After The Raid Leaflet The Blitz World War II 1939-1945 Home Front

    The 1924 estimates were, during the buildup to the Second World War, regularly revised upwards, particularly in the light of the 1937 German bombing of Guernica, Spain. In 1938 the Air Ministry predicted 65,000 casualties a week—in the first month of war the British government was expecting a million casualties, three million refugees, and the majority of the capital destroyed.
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  • WWII Booklet 1943 Selected Jewish Songs WW2 Book World War Two WW II VTG Old USA

    An original World War Two booklet from 1943. It is titled, Selected Jewish Songs. The booklet has some wear and stain marks, there is some writing on it.
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    Ending 27 Nov at 12:24AM GMT2d 22hFrom United States
  • WWII Christmas Card 1944 Greetings From Somewhere In Germany WW2 World War Two N

    An original World War Two Christmas Card from 1944. It says, Greetings from somewhere in Germany.
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    Ending 27 Nov at 12:27AM GMT2d 22hFrom United States
  • WWII Document Application For War Savings Bonds Unused WW2 No Writing VTG WW II

    An original World War Two unused document. It says, Application For War Savings Bonds.
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    Ending 27 Nov at 12:27AM GMT2d 22hFrom United States
  • WWII Letter 1943 387th Infantry Trident Shield Logo WW2 Stationary Paper WW II N

    An original World War Two letter dated 1943. It mentions the 387th Infantry and it looks like it has a logo of a shield with a trident. The letter has wear and stain marks and tears.
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    Ending 27 Nov at 12:30AM GMT2d 22hFrom United States
  • WWII Letter 1943 Handkerchief Sweetheart U.S. Engineer Ft. Belvoir Virginia WW2

    An original World War Two letter including the cover written by a soldier named Gaither Ridenour. Inside the letter is a handkerchief that says, Sweetheart U.S. Engineer. The letter is dated 1943 from Ft. Belvoir Virginia.
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    Ending 27 Nov at 12:31AM GMT2d 22hFrom United States
  • WWII Letter 1944 Fighter Plane Machine Gun Spence Field Moultrie Georgia WW2

    An original World War Two letter including the cover. The letter has a picture of a man in a fighter plane and it looks like there is a machine gun and it says, Spence Field Moultrie Georgia. The letter is dated 1944 from Maxwell Field which is in Alabama.
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    Ending 27 Nov at 12:33AM GMT2d 22hFrom United States
  • WWII Letter 1944 Planes Laurinburg Maxton Army Air Base North Carolina WW2 VTG N

    An original World War Two letter including the cover written by Jim Rooks who was in the 872nd Engr. The letter is dated 1944 and it shows fighter planes and mentions, Laurinburg Maxton Army Air Base North Carolina.
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    Ending 27 Nov at 12:34AM GMT2d 22hFrom United States
  • WWII Letter 1945 Eagle Cross American Flag Shield Bible Page Numbers WW2 WW II N

    An original World War Two letter including the cover written by a soldier named Gaither Ridenour dated 1945. The letter has a picture of a cross and eagle with an American flag shield. On the left there are bible page numbers.
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    Ending 27 Nov at 12:35AM GMT2d 22hFrom United States
  • WWII Newspaper 1943 Guinea Gold Black Day For Nazi Armies WW II VTG War WW2

    The paper has large tears and pieces missing.
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    Ending 27 Nov at 12:43AM GMT2d 22hFrom United States
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