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    Magdeburg Hemispheres ?
    Elbe river crossing?
    March 1945?
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    Kurt Dittmar?

    "...Generalleutnant Dittmar surrendered to troops of the U.S. 30th Infantry Division after crossing the Elbe in a small boat near Magdeburg. During his time broadcasting communiqués from the front he became known as the “Voice of the German High Command.” A widely respected radio commentator, he drew a following not only in Germany but also among the Allied monitoring staff...."

    BUT WHAT WAS THE STICK USED FOR?????
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    Capt. Abbes, Co. K, 117th with captured Lt. Gen. Kurt Dittmar.
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    Bravo, my dear Mr. Tiger 205 – Wednesday, 25. April 1945, Magdeburg – Biederitz: General Kurt Dittmar, his 16 years old son and US Liutenent-Colonel S. T. McDowel, all safe and sound after successfully finished negotiations. My sincerest congratulations – job well done!

    And yes, I almost forgot that: stick is an excellent extension of human arm, very useful in docking operations and absolutely excellent for hoisting a flag.
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    So, Who are this guys (where are they came from?)

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    Well, well, well… Quite interesting snapshot, my dear Mr. Tiger 205: Italian officers (one among them equipped with the Alpine Infantry Tyrolean style field cap) are carefully observing the good old Schwarzlose M 07/12 medium machine gun – weapon that was not the standard equipment of their own units, and that terrain looks like a mountainous one to me …

    Not very much for the start, but we have to begin with something. Therefore allow me a question, my dear Mr. Tiger 205: is this picture somehow connected with the Italian forces in the Greek campaign?
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    Dear Mr. Librarian,
    "eagle-EYES" as always.
    You are in a very good path, ITALIANS,and the Fauna & Flora is REALLY Greek.
    Can you guess the nationality of the other parties???
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    Of course - Bulgarians! Bulgarian and Italian officers in Greece back there in 1941. Here is a direct link:

    http://www.axishistory.com/fileadmin...t-officers.jpg

    BTW – thank you for that truly magnificent compliment. You know, for a man with a highly accentuated myopia, who was even unable event to catch any trace of fauna on that snapshot, that really is a flattering remark. Once again - thank you very much.
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    Well done, Congrat, it's your turn!
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    Thank you, my dear Mr. Tiger 205. So, here we go:



    Once again, our question is the same: who are these guys?
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    The guy in left wears IMO the pre-war/early war soviet officer's uniform.
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    So sorry for my protracted silence, my dear Mr. Tiger 205. As usually, my professional obligations had been very demanding, but finally I do have some spare time on my disposal.

    And yes – your observation is absolutely correct. Furthermore – that guy on the left got a rank of Lieutenant General back there in May of 1945.
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    thanks,
    i was out of the city too....

    What can we know about the "major" looking guy on the right?
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    Many things, my dear Mr. Tiger 205. For example, the fact that he actually served as a Senior Lieutenant of the artillery units in the Red Army.
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