D-Day Landing Knives

This is one that pops up on ebay every so often, they used to spring up at gun shows as well. These knives are now getting old in themselves, made in the 1970's, 1980's, 1990's and to this day they pop up all over the place. These are a true fantasy knife, nothing like it is recorded to ever have been used or made. I always wondered how they got all those French bayonet blades to make these with in England while the German Army held the keys to the French arsenals? Perhaps the flotilla that pulled the guys off the beaches in Dunkirk also brought all those old obsolete French bayonets with them? Yeah, Right!


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