They made a first metal detecting hunt in this year and found a rare Hitler Youth belt buckle and a huge russian WW2 dagger. What a lucky diggers there in Austria! I wish them luck in 2017! Great video again from militaryfinder1945 channel.
Nils and Willy were on the hunt in last days of 2016. They went to hunt down a PANTHER tank wreck. They discovered a huge tank battlefield where the german panzers fought the red army. Also, they were told about a tank wrecks on that place in the 1945-1946. So they get there to find some...read more
Wow! I cann't believe it was in such good condition after being submerged in water for 6+ decades. The chassis looks like it can still function. Its amazing that the treads and roadwheels still turn after all those years. This is a true sign of quality. German engineering at its finest.
The Militaryfinder team made a great video about finding this amazingly preserved german WWII paratrooper dagger. It was 70 years under the ground lost on the old battlefield. After they opened it, the blade and the main body was in great condition, almost like new one. This daggers were used...read more
This Tank was extended during rescue action on 19th April 2011 in Stargard Szczecinski (West Pomerania) - on terrain of former airport in Kluczewo, and by the decision of Conservator of Heritage in Szczecin, the tank passed on to our Museum’s gathering. The...read more
Two Austrian relic hunters discovered an amazing find. They dug up a highly prized gun - the polish FB Vis - or also known like a Pistole 35(p) or the Radom pistole. This pistol is also interesting because of the personalised grips, which were marked with the date 1943 and three letters on the...read more
Thanks to Dustin Adamson from OceanShutter.com, all of us can enjoy with these awesome images of the famous "Betty Bomber" wreck dive in Truk Lagoon. It is one of the must see dive sites when visiting Chuuk. Having been...read more
This is an amazing find. Our friends of militaryfinder1945 have found a real King Tiger battlefield found on the eastern front. Is this place where Kurt Knispel or Kurt Panzermeyer fought? They found a traces. Concretely, three huge King Tiger ammunition casings!