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  • Russian 120mm mortar bomb tail section nice damaged fired relic with some paint remains, used by 1st Guards Tank Army recovered from village of Sachsendorf, Seelow Heights,the 16th -17th April 1945 the battlefield part of Berlin Defence,last days of War

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    This is a Russian 120mm mortar bomb tail section nice fired relic which is missing some of its fins they have bent and ripped off by the impact. This back section of the standard 120mm mortar it has its primer but has non of its maker markings that can be seen it has blown off in the explosion after being fired nice condition relic which is empty and inert which is de activated by condition and has lovely clear to see black paintwork remains not much but some. The mortar bomb tail section which is in relic but solid condition it still retains some of its original colour it has been very well cleaned the metal is pitted and rusty but overall nice condition for a relic it is perfect for display or any collection . The mortar fin was fired by the Russian 1st Guards Tank Army recovered around the village of Sachsendorf on the Seelow Heights from the 16th -17th April 1945 the battlefield part of the Berlin Defence against the Red Army in last days of War on the Eastern Front. The tail section comes with A5 laminated information card with pictures.

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    Red Army soldiers firing PM-38 120-mm mortars on the Leningrad front