1. #1
    i saw this painted on some WW2 russian planes and tanks : "CTAJINHEU", What does it mean? thx in advance !
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    i saw this painted on some WW2 russian planes and tanks : "CTAJINHEU", What does it mean? thx in advance !
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  3. #3
    Can you post a picture or some thing like it.



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    Sorry i can't, but i can describe it in words. the "N" in "CTAJINHEU" is written in the opposite way of the "N" in English. the "U" in "CTAJINHEU" is just like "U" in English but with a small "tail" on the bottom right of "U", i guess that's the way Russian write letters. And all other letters in "CTAJINHEU" look exactly the same as that in English.
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  5. #5
    Does it look like this?



    If it is so than it means "to Stalin"
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  6. #6
    Another option:



    Than it means "Stalin's man"
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  7. #7
    I believe it's pronounced "stalinets" with the last letter making the "ts" sound.

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    http://server5.uploadit.org/files2/281203-000_0049.JPG
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  8. #8
    staliniets

    Kuikueg




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    Ankanor's Avatar Senior Member
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    it is a part of a phrase in Russian meaning
    "For Stalin and the Motherland" Usually, that phrase was followed by the command Forth/Attack/Forward


    Some things are worth fighting for.
    And most of them wear miniskirts...
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