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nice. i actually have a fridge magnet of that. it says old Germann, instead of East Prussian, at the bottom.
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why are they calling it an 'atlantis' iron cross?
It is made by a company called Atlantis. No mystery there.
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It is made by a company called Atlantis. No mystery there.
lol. ok. that explains it. i should have taken time to read the ad. i thought they were saying it was the flag used by the lost civilization of Atlantis.
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You'd think an iron cross would rust under the ocean surface in Atlantis. But maybe it would turn into a coral cross.
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You'd think an iron cross would rust under the ocean surface in Atlantis. But maybe it would turn into a coral cross.
Atlantis is supposed to be technologically advanced; maybe they make really good bottom paint.
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