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  • German soldiers aluminium mess tin with lid which is named with some original black paintwork and a lot of original colour recovered from around the village of Plota near Prokhorovka on the battlefield at Kursk 1943 in Russia

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    This is a German soldiers aluminium mess tin is missing its handle but has its lid which has scratched name and initials on it. The tin and lid are in nice relic condition still solid condition but with some holes and impact holes also the tin has ripped and bent by the impact of a hit and damage from being buried it still retains a lot of its original colour and some of the original black paintwork that can be seen very clear it is in relic but solid condition but overall nice condition for a recovered battlefield find nicely cleaned and perfect for display or any collection. The tin was recovered from around the village Plota which is south Prokhorovka ware the main tank battle was on the 12th July 1943. The tin was recovered from village of Plota near Prokhorovka on the battlefield at Kursk 1943 where the largest Tank battle of the war and the last great German offensive of the war in the East in Russia. 

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    German mess tin with battle damage impact holes, still aluminium colour  recovered from Sevastopol the battlefield of 1941-1942 in the Crimea the  Germans last big victory in East | Relics from the Front