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Student Stumbles Upon A Big Secret While Studying (6 pics)

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This student was just looking for a quiet place to study but what he ended up finding was something incredible.

1 Student Stumbles Upon A Big Secret While Studying (6 pics)


2 Student Stumbles Upon A Big Secret While Studying (6 pics)


3 Student Stumbles Upon A Big Secret While Studying (6 pics)


4 Student Stumbles Upon A Big Secret While Studying (6 pics)


5 Student Stumbles Upon A Big Secret While Studying (6 pics)



6 Student Stumbles Upon A Big Secret While Studying (6 pics)


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№1 Author: Gyselinck (19 Dec 2014 02:27) Total user comments: 3133


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Freaky !
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№2 Author: noluk (19 Dec 2014 03:12) Total user comments: 327


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Nice knowin ya. :33:
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№3 Author: jasonbo (19 Dec 2014 03:20) Total user comments: 8


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someone that is a post graduate and doesnt know what fuckin microfish is.,

http://www.lib.umich.edu/files
/services/serials/germanrecord
s.pdf
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№4 Author: Tomaz86 (19 Dec 2014 03:49) Total user comments: 10834


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Awesome. :15:
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№5 Author: Grunt Callahan (19 Dec 2014 04:36) Total user comments: 2414


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Yeah good luck finding a projector for that
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№6 Author: styopa (19 Dec 2014 08:12) Total user comments: 1231


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You mean, it's hard to find a bloody microfiche reader? They're everywhere in serious libraries.

Looks like http://www.censusmicrofilm.com
/srcerdr2.jpg

They aren't FILMS, btw. They are film captures of DOCUMENTS, likely captured German ones, probably WWI since the date is 1934 and they hadn't had WW2 yet.

In fact, here's exactly what it is:
http://www.lib.umich.edu/files
/services/serials/germanrecord
s.pdf
"...Film X512 from the National Archives microfilm publications
The collection is comprised of German records captured by US and British
Armed Forces during World War II and used for the purposes of military
intelligence and governance of liberated areas of Europe.
Starting in the early 1950s, a collaborative effort of the US Army and
the American Historical Association began microfilming these
records resulting in over 15,000 linear feet of documents. The
records were then returned to their original location or the
appropriate German organization.
Our collection includes:
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№7 Author: adzhoe (19 Dec 2014 08:18) Total user comments: 15021


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Waiting for you to continue styopa, very interesting...
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№8 Author: Zangief86 (19 Dec 2014 10:23) Total user comments: 143


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These are at U of M! I know where Im spending my day off
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№9 Author: zach8 (19 Dec 2014 11:17) Total user comments: 534


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I say expect a lot of "suits" to be storming into your house
and asking questions.

Finding it is ok as long as you keep it to yourself.
I don't think you should be posting it on the net,
makes some people "nervous"
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№10 Author: Gi-Joe (19 Dec 2014 15:56) Total user comments: 960


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If its not locked up in a vault its not much of a secret. I'm sure if I asked they would let walk right in and take a look at those archives.
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№11 Author: Phynix4 (19 Dec 2014 17:06) Total user comments: 5461


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you don't know how to run a film machine? Learn, idiot, it is what your parents are paying for.....
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№12 Author: RamonPerez (19 Dec 2014 19:25) Total user comments: 9


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Serials and Microfilm Services - Hatcher Graduate Library.

Film X512 from the National Archives microfilm publications
The collection is comprised of German records captured by US and British
Armed Forces during World War II and used for the purposes of military
intelligence and governance of liberated areas of Europe.

Starting in the early 1950s, a collaborative effort of the US Army and
the American Historical Association began microfilming these
records resulting in over 15,000 linear feet of documents. The
records were then returned to their original location or the
appropriate German organization.
Our collection includes:

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№13 Author: Anth (19 Dec 2014 21:37) Total user comments: 0


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The printing on those labels looks suspiciously new.
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№14 Author: Aindy (19 Dec 2014 23:55) Total user comments: 2863


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styopa,
RamonPerez,
To continue what they were writing:
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Our collection includes:
- Records of the Reich Ministry of Economics
- Records of the Headquarters of the German Armed Forces High Command, various parts
- Records of Nazi Cultural and Research Institutions, and Records Pertaining to Axis relations and interests in the Far East
- Records of Private German Enterprises and Individuals, Part III
- Records of the Reich Leader of the SS and Chief of the German Police
- Records of German Field Commands
- Records of the Reich Ministry for the Occupied Eastern Territories,
1941-1945 (Reichsministerium fur die besetzten Ostgebiete)

This collection is useful for scholars of history and political science
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№15 Author: bRte (20 Dec 2014 18:39) Total user comments: 10


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Quote: jasonbo
http://www.lib.umich.edu/files


/services/serials/germanrecord


s.pdf


The fact that Serbian map is behind all of this txt... mind blew me.
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№16 Author: loveandhate (20 Dec 2014 22:35) Total user comments: 1571


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cool
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