@Thilo, this ring. When I see it. We are all capable of compassion. If you translate comments, you see the one things. A lot of people wants happy ends. Relatives reaction...
@PetziPolatzki, google translate is bad( tThey found soldier under Sain-Petersburg(Leningrad). I think, he will be buried in Sologubovka. It's the largest cemetry of your soldiers in Russia. His personal item returns to relatives.
P.s. If they was black diggers, they didn't post video.
Peeterristi (Estonia) 27.07.1944
My Urgroßvater (https://obd-memorial.ru/html/info.htm?id=55521279) was killed in action this day ...
It was Narva operation. I saw docs, but they really strange. 2 Уд. А 230 гв. минп РГК (2 Schläge. A 230 Wachen. minp RGC)
I restored all, except this fight.
Can you give more info about this? I want to restore family history.
Thanks in advance.
natu02 , no, no you are wrong. As I said, it's official team. They return ring and bones to your German organization here in Russia. I'm sure his relatives will be phoned soon. Honestly to say, I saw the link to this thread in comments under that video and saw your question 'Darf ich fragen, woher die Sachen stammen?' So I posted url to full video. Maybe it helps.
PetziPolatzki, Hi. Relax I'm not one of these guys from video!
Hello, natu02. I'm from Russia. This was found in Russia by official team named Gagarin. Here videos how they found this soldier. Ring, bones, mg42 kit etc https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=oEgptwxI5Zc give me feedback.