Soviet troops posing with PPSh-41 submachine guns and a captured German MG34 machine gun, date unknown

Caption   Soviet troops posing with PPSh-41 submachine guns and a captured German MG34 machine gun, date unknown ww2dbase
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Added Date 30 May 2008



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1. Commenter identity confirmed Bill says:
28 May 2012 01:20:12 PM

HISTORY LESSON: THERE HE IS, LOOK DON'T YOU SEE HIM, THAT'S THE ONE IT MUST BE A DIRTY FASCIST PIGEON, SHOOT COMRADES SHOOT ONLY A SNEAKY FASCIST PIGEON WOULD DO SUCH A THING, RUIN THE POT OF BORSCHT. AT THAT INSTANT 245 ROUNDS FROM THE FOUR SUBMACHINE GUNS FIRED AT THE PIGEON, EVEN THE MG34 FIRED A 1/4 SECOND BURST PUTTING ANOTHER 6-10 ROUNDS INTO THE AIR. OVER THE TREE LINE THE PIGEON WAS LAST SEEN FLYING AWAY, DON'T SAY ANYTHING COMRADES... BECAUSE NOBODY WOULD BELIEVE IT, NOBODY WELL MAYBE NOT EVERYBODY. YEARS LATER IN VIETNAM, A STORY WAS TOLD TO ME ABOUT A MONKEY WHO RUINED CHOW(FOOD)IN THE MESS TRUCK. HOW MANY ROUNDS WERE FIRED AT THAT MONKEY WAS UNKNOWN, BUT THE MONKEY LIVED TO TELL THE TAIL...BELIEVE IT OR NOT. I THANK THE EDITOR/WW2DB FOR ALLOWING ME TO PRESENT THIS HUMOR.

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