Come Into The Factories

Discussion in 'Others' started by von Poop, Jan 30, 2017.

  1. von Poop

    von Poop Adaministrator Admin

    Got a growing interest in 'other' nations during the war. Been looking at Turkey.
    Amid pics of FW190s & Spitfires flying on the same neutral team, pottered onto at least one open trade route.

    Opium:

    [​IMG] TURKISH OPIUM FOR BRITAIN: THE USE OF OPIUM IN BRITISH MEDICINE, UK, 1943. © IWM (D 17604) IWM Non Commercial License

    [​IMG] TURKISH OPIUM FOR BRITAIN: THE USE OF OPIUM IN BRITISH MEDICINE, UK, 1943. © IWM (D 17600) IWM Non Commercial License

    [​IMG] TURKISH OPIUM FOR BRITAIN: THE USE OF OPIUM IN BRITISH MEDICINE, UK, 1943. © IWM (D 17593) IWM Non Commercial License

    [​IMG] TURKISH OPIUM FOR BRITAIN: THE USE OF OPIUM IN BRITISH MEDICINE, UK, 1943. © IWM (D 17596) IWM Non Commercial License

    [​IMG] TURKISH OPIUM FOR BRITAIN: THE USE OF OPIUM IN BRITISH MEDICINE, UK, 1943. © IWM (D 17603) IWM Non Commercial License
    [​IMG] TURKISH OPIUM FOR BRITAIN: THE USE OF OPIUM IN BRITISH MEDICINE, UK, 1943. © IWM (D 17601) IWM Non Commercial License
     
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  2. von Poop

    von Poop Adaministrator Admin

    Dunno if we've had this.


    Could have put it here, but that thread should probably stand on its own.
    WW2Talk - Tank Factory.
     
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  3. Dave55

    Dave55 Very Senior Member

    Unless I'm mistaken, that's a 40 star flag at the 12 minute mark. Only valid for a few days in 1889.
    WWII era 48 star flag had 6 rows of 8 stars each.

    EDIT: Top of frame is probably truncated. Looks like half a red stripe showing above the top row of stars.
     
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