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Bram.T

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  • Location
    Lokeren (Belgium)
  • Interests
    The history of the Battle of the Bulge
    The 35th Infantry Division during WWII
    The 104th Infantry Division during WWII
  1. New items from this month . All of the new items in place A wooden table with sewing machine that I bought at a Flea market in Antwerp.
  2. Looks great, the suitcase with the personal items is a nice touch.
  3. My latest acquisition :-). Shoe Pac, 12-inch, M-1944. Mfr: Hood Rubber Company Inc
  4. A photo from yesterday during the 'in the footsteps of the 82nd Airborne' march in the Belgian Ardennes.
  5. Thank you all for the positive comments.
  6. My latest project: I'm trying to make a display that is based on the first GI in this photo of the 35th Inf. Div. in Lutrebois (near Bastogne). Since it's not that clear what equipment he is wearing, i have improvised a little. I still need a second medic brassard, a litter and a pair of Shoe Pacs to finish this project.
  7. The start of my second display cabinet: Items on the wall:
  8. Hello everyone, I have already read a lot of topics on this forum but i have never posted anything untill today, so I thought that it would be a good idea to start with a topic about my collection. I try to focus my collection on the personal items that the common GI could have carried with him during the war. I also collect 35th Inf. Div. items, mainly because I am a member of a reenactment group called the 35th Infantry Division Belgium. So here it goes:
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