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    Posted 14 years ago

    robbieelle
    (6 items)

    found this in an old book , here in el paso texas . The back reads that theses were germans running from russians who bombed them out of their homes.

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    1. jojomang jojomang, 14 years ago
      can you post a picture of the back also? thanks:)
    2. camerafan camerafan, 14 years ago
      Did you just find this flipping through the book? This photo must have gone on quite a journey. Please post any other photos you have, this is great, thanks!
    3. robbieelle, 14 years ago
      yes, it was in a very old cook book ( which I sold for $500) along with some newspaper clippings and handwritten recipies , I bought it at a yard sale in an area where many fort bliss military families eventually retire, my guess is that this came from a military family who perhaps may have either been there or at one family member was and they were transferred here the Fort Bliss army base. I found this nearly 10 years ago.

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