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    Check this out:

    * Just great articles! about Division Azul / L.V.F. / Charlemagne / Osttruppen...


    ( This is only one of dozens of pages from several 39-45 magazine, each one illustrated with excellent photos! There are also many other articles with brilliant photos, check them out ! :thumb: )

    Regards, Sven

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    check out that old school helmet he's got on. He must have been on the b-team.
    Givin' you the scoop, the poop, the skinny and the scuttlebutt since 1969!

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      Is this Azul (the Spanish unit) or Charlemagne (the French)? I think it says French in Galicia (which would be Charlemagne).
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      • #4
        Originally posted by tetsuko47
        Is this Azul (the Spanish unit) or Charlemagne (the French)? I think it says French in Galicia (which would be Charlemagne).
        Yeah, looks like all French to me too. The link at the top goes to a site but I don't see any English translation available. There is a spot that looks like it translates to English but I got nothing when I clicked it.
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        • #5
          Azul is the Spannish "Blue Division", 250.Infanterie-Division (they were Heer, not W-SS). Charlemagne is 33. Waffen-Grenadier-Division der SS.

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