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  • Trommelfeuer
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    Wow! Now that's really cool!

    Thank you Amvas, you are really a great help!

    Regards, Sven

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  • amvas
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    Originally posted by Trommelfeuer
    Hi Moondog! Thanks a lot for the tip, but I already use Babelfish :thumb: ( almost every day ).

    In this case I couldn't copy & paste the text to Babelfish, 'cause the text is part of the image...

    Regards, Sven
    http://www.lingvo.yandex.ru/keyboard_qwerty.html
    contains virtual Russian keyboard. You may type some small words or phrases there

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  • Trommelfeuer
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    Hi Moondog! Thanks a lot for the tip, but I already use Babelfish :thumb: ( almost every day ).

    In this case I couldn't copy & paste the text to Babelfish, 'cause the text is part of the image...like in many wwII propaganda posters.


    Regards, Sven

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  • moondog
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    Hello Trommelfeuer,
    Just to let you know that you can translate almost anything you need by using this website.

    Babelfish Translation Service

    It is totally free. Just copy the text from the page or type it in yourself and click on the right translation...like English to German, Russian to English or whatever. Hope this helps for the future.

    dog

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  • Trommelfeuer
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    I already thought that the 2nd photo shows a "Blindgänger" ( german word for unblown grenades / bombs ), but I couldn't be sure.

    Thank you very much for the quick translation Amvas !

    Regards, Sven

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  • amvas
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    Re: Need help with translating WW2 photo / poster texts !

    Originally posted by Trommelfeuer
    Could you please translate the text ?


    source: Ostpanzer

    I can only read this:

    1st photo-text:

    "..600mm mortar Karl...Sevastopol 1942." ?

    2nd photo - text:
    " ...600mm...Sevastopol 1942." ?

    Regards, Sven
    1. German 600mm "Karl" mortar on positions. Sevastopol area 1942

    2. Unblown 600mm shell had fallen on the 30th Coastal Battery. Sevastopol 1942

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  • Andrey
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    What concretly do you want to read?

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  • Need help with translating WW2 related documents or information !

    Could you please translate the text ?


    source: Ostpanzer

    I can only read this:

    1st photo-text:

    "..600mm mortar Karl...Sevastopol 1942." ?

    2nd photo - text:
    " ...600mm...Sevastopol 1942." ?

    Regards, Sven

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