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Michelle Jeffries
Michelle Jeffries • 1 year ago

WWII Bastogne "Nuts" commemorative plaque. Made from brass shell casings collected after the war. I know a few paratroopers from the 101st Airborne who were presented these visiting the area after the war.

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