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please don't let yourself become depressed, it will consume you , !!!!
I originally though this would be a simple thing to make boy,did I screw up. On the panzer IV the outside diameter of the hub with the tire is 13.3 mm , the hub diameter is 10.8 mm, the original measurement I had 27/64 which is...
Not so loud. Hasegawa did these a few years ago. It is plastic though. and the JASDF actually did this to a Cobra Wow, one part of me marvels at the sheer decalisation of these kits (and the real one), the other just...
Some really nice footage! http://youtu.be/xIJkwj6MxG4
A short film of an unknown type (unknown to me anyway) Japanese trike. http://youtu.be/7EaXoTLI70Y
Thanks piet. I've now ripped the transmission apart a number of times to get things looking a little better. I just hope it fits. I've got it to the point where I'll leave it for a bit and detail it as I do other things. I'm havi...
So, what next for the enterprising Japanese 'ultimate' market, a 1/32 Spitfire XXIV in white metal? Complete with pre-teen girly pilot? Dearie me... Not so loud. Hasegawa did these a few years ago. It is plastic though. and...
Yet another one: My Uncle's account of his last night of the war may answer some of your questions: It was April 30th 1945. Already the warm sun gave promise of a glorious summer to come. We, of the 23rd Hussars, recently equipped with...
Some really nice footage!
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.