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    ww2 watch?

    I want to buy a ww2 watch but i cant choose?
    can someone help me wich type i had to buy?

    see pictures?
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    Re: ww2 watch?

    Welcome to Watchuseek.

    Clock forum isn't the suitable forum for wrist watches. Thread moved though.
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    Re: ww2 watch?

    Quote Originally Posted by Ddelta12 View Post
    I want to buy a ww2 watch but i cant choose?
    can someone help me wich type i had to buy?

    see pictures?
    Are you just choosing between these two or are you just after a WW2 watch?

    There are many avenues to go down, there's the British GSTP's, WWW's and ATP's, then there's the German D/DH/DU/KM watches, there's the mine field that is Russian WW2 watches and the American watches, there's also the other country's that had military issued watches.

    As to the two pictured, are there any more pictures, movement etc.

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    Re: ww2 watch?

    Well, American WW2 mil watch specs prohibited them to put their name on the dial. Not sure about other countries. You need to look at the caseback to see what markings on on them.
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