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just a silly question what no am i ??
As a further thought, courtesy of my friend Tony (bishop) I now have a shiny new Dragon Late Tiger 1 #6406 on my bench. Now okay, maybe it doesn't have all the metal and brass bits from the original version of the kit #6253, some of the decal...
The last shot is amazing. Early Panthers (Kursk?) Great shot of the angled edge of the interlocked turret plates, of the tool layout and of the quickly discontinued smoke dischargers. It looks from the other tank that as yet ther...
Custom order WW2 Leather Sqd/Group patches made..........
SIGGY - Yesterday, 08:59 PM
86th Fighter Squadron "Commanches" now added in my photobucket link, check it out
wow what a tear jerker made my day bill thank you very much for posting that link .
HelloBonjour PzKpfw V Ausf. D Nr. R04 PzRgt. 39 PzKpfw V Ausf. D PzAbt. 51 Pascal :p0204:
Another one: From "Death Traps": "...One of the damaged tanks brought into C Company had its 76mm gun barrel completely missing six feet from the tip. Our first thought was that it had been hit from the side by a lucky German armor-pie...
This one brought a tear to my eye, everyone that's had a dog will understand.
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I remember many years ago watching a movie called "The Naked and the Dead". A couple years ago I found a VHS copy on Ebay and bought it, only to discover it was formated for UK and not USA. Since then, I have yet to find any VHS or DVD copy of that movie. I remember it was a good movie and sure would like to find a DVD copy. Has anyone found one? Thanks.
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My grandfather, 1 Lieut. Paul L. Johnson, Jr., (1921-2007) from Dallas, TX. Served in the 186th FA Bn, landing on Omaha Beach on D-Day, 6 Jun 44. Saw the liberation of Paris; Battle of the Bulge and onward into Germany, eventually meeting the Russians in Czech. Attached to V Corps Artillery as a forward observer.
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On a Dutch forum, someone is trying to identify a set of pieces of equipment found in the "40-45 Museum" at Schaarsbergen. Nobody seems to know what they are. Could very well be post-war too.
Do any of you guys here recognize them?