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    Default Help with a translation of a Russian tank!

    Hi, I was reading about WWII tanks and i have seen that Russian tanks were covered in graffitis by the crew. Anyone know the translation?. I pass an example that caught my attention:


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    I found another very good image ...




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    Great pics! Unfortunately, my Russian is in-existent. Hopefully someone in the community will be able to lend us a hand in deciphering these photos.

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    This mesagge on the flag means 'Happy New Year'

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    The Russian on the tank says 'from father Shulga to son Kisenko'.
    The message on the flag means 'Happy New Year!'
    Last edited by Dizzy2014; 05-31-2014 at 07:53 PM.

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    Thanks Dizzy2014, I would never have thought that the translation of the second picture was "Happy New Year" Thanks a lot!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by amayo View Post
    Great pics! Unfortunately, my Russian is in-existent. Hopefully someone in the community will be able to lend us a hand in deciphering these photos.
    Don't worry the community is large enough to find the translation of these photos!

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