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Here's more Tiger I photos from El Guettar, Tunis. Sorry, but these are not from El Guettar. LIFE have them captioned wrongly. These are from the battle of Hunt's Gap. See;http://tiger1.info/event/4-Tigers-Panzer-graveyard-Hunts-Gap...
Custom order WW2 Leather Sqd/Group patches made..........
SIGGY - Today, 11:26 AM
Just finished a 403rd Bombardment Squadron "Mareeba Butchers" and a 43rd Bombardment Group , a USS Drum and am working on a 323rd Bombardment Group and 453rd Bombardment Squadron , will post photos as time permits .................................
Just finished a 403 rd Bombardment Squadron "Mareeba Butchers " and a 43rd Bombardmnet Group , a USS Drum and am working on a 323rd Bombardment Group and a 453rd Bombardment Squadron , will post photos of all of them as time permits on the link
I would not use maskol the chips are to big and dont look real,hairspray/or chipping fluid/ and with brush .....is the way to go
Hello. I'm new here and am a Tiger Porn addict. I'm having some trouble navigating the sight, specifically when I see links for more photos. When I click on the link the whole conversation turns blue, I can't just click and access the link. Great...
did we ever get and answer for this one?
Thinking of using maskol to create paint chips on a tank. Anyone got any tips?Thanks
Hello Panzer IV Ausf. J : Pascal :p0204:
Also I apologize in advance if this question is in the wrong place, this is my first question and I found it slightly difficult navigating the forums.
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Greeting all. I stumbled on to this forum when I was looking for photos of the Sd.Kfz-123L Luchs. Am building a 1/35th scale kit of one and was looking for reference. Found several photos I've not seen before. Thanks for having me on board.
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Hi everyone, I'm new here. I'm interested in the history of wartime Okinawa. A couple of years ago I travelled to Hateruma Island (of Ishigaki, Okinawa) and found a not well-known story about local Ryukyuan children being deliberately put to death by Japanese ultranationalists as a precaution for the imminent Okinawan Campaign, or Operation Iceberg. That story leads me into a personal quest of more stories of wartime Okinawa; of civilians and of soldiers as well.
The following list is the material I've read, but the list is limited to English material only and first-hand material written/published in Japanese are not listed. I hope I can learn more from this community.
1. With the Old Breed: At Peleliu and Okinawa; Eugene B. Smith
2. The Girl with the White Flag: A Spellbinding Account of Love and Courage in Wartime Okinawa; Tomiko Higa
3. Okinawa: The Last Battle; Roy E. Appleman
4. The Emmons Saga: A History of USS Emmons (DD457 – DMS22); Edward Baxter Billingsley
5. The Samurai Capture A King – Okinawa 1609; Stephen Turnbull
6. Okinawa: The Last Battle of World War II; Robert Leckie
7. Okinawa 1945: The Last Battle; Gordon L. Rottman
8. Deciphering the Rising Sun: Navy and Marine Corps Codebreakers, Translators, and Interpreters; Roger Dingman
9. The Rising Sun: The Decline & Fall of the Japanese Empire; John Willard Toland
10. History of US Marine Corps Operations in World War II, Vol. V: Victory and Occupation; Benis M. Frank and Henry I. Saw, Jr., Historical Branch, G-3 Division, Headquarters, U.S. Marine Corps
11. Japan’s Battle of Okinawa, April – June 1945; Thomas M. Huber
12. The Bloodiest Battle of All; William Manchester, New York Times