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I enclose a link to a site that contains a photo of a Romanian mortar in action in 1917 (ignore the WW2 caption on the photo it refers to the site). It appears to be a variety of toffee apple ( a lollipop ?). Is it an indigenous product or an import?

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Hallo centurion, :D

off the head I do not know, but, I belong to the Web Forum associated with www. WW2.ro

they have a section on WW1, as well.

So I can post your question there and look for an answer.

Also, I have to travel to Bucharest, to attend a social function with the

Irish Embassy for Saint Patrick's Day on the 17th March.

On the 18th I will pay a visit to the Romanian Military Museum,

who knows in the Artillery Park to the rear there might be one such item on display.

Connaught Stranger. :D

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Hello,

it is import, a French 58 mortar, projectile with fins.

Regards,

Cnock

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