There's a lot to answer on this thread.
Dan - those KM Hanharts are interesting. Al's right as usual about the eagles usually being polished off after the war but for some reason all of these KMs seem to be the exception - I've seen half a dozen and every one has these same markings. The dials all have the red telemeter markings on the dial too. This others were all in exceptional condition with barely any brassing to the cases, crown and pushers- I wonder why these U-boat captains' watches should have survived so well?
The Ekranoplan - weird and wonderful. Trust Vostok to make a tribute watch to such an heroic failure, still, I'm glad it hasn't been forgotten.
Chris - really like the Hamilton. 'Roo-*ss strap looks good too! I bought a Jurgens NATO made from Luftwaffe flight jacket leather (which was quite expensive) for my Sinn 757 UTC but it didn't really work on that watch, which is now on a Di-Modell Tornado which looks like it was made for it - the perfect strap. You might be interested in this thread about the Sinn http://forum.atgvintagewatches.com/s...ead.php?t=1457. The Jurgens leather is very thin but that 'Roo looks at least twice as thick. I particularly like that sterile dial.