Discussion in 'General' started by Peter Clare, Jun 19, 2008.

  1. von Poop

    von Poop Adaministrator Admin

  2. bamboo43

    bamboo43 Very Senior Member

    VP, you're reply made me take a little wander into the ether of the WWW. I found this on a site I have often looked at in the past, and have now updated my website thusly.

    Ta. :)
  3. dbf

    dbf Moderatrix MOD

    Something similar to Ron's experience

    From The Armoured Micks, 1941-1945:

    Keyes & Dad, NAAFI, Hamburg
  4. Ron Goldstein

    Ron Goldstein WW2 Veteran WW2 Veteran Patron

    Many thanks Diane

    Good to know that I wasn't the only one to fall asleep !

  5. Dave55

    Dave55 Atlanta, USA

    What a great thread
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  11. Dave55

    Dave55 Atlanta, USA

  12. canuck

    canuck Closed Account

  13. Combover

    Combover Guest

    Yes. I believe it was used to dry the officers' feet out, hence the cushioned rail.
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  15. CL1

    CL1 116th LAA and 92nd (Loyals) LAA,Royal Artillery

  16. Deacs

    Deacs Well i am from Cumbria.

    A couple from WW1.

    Attached Files:

  17. RemeDesertRat

    RemeDesertRat Very Senior Member

  18. von Poop

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  19. canuck

    canuck Closed Account

    Only 70 Poles were left standing at that point.
    Quite possibly the most under appreciated action in Normandy. For over 4 days the Poles were the "Cork in the Bottle" and performed amazingly. Read Capt. Pierre Sevigny's account of the action at the Mace.
  20. von Poop

    von Poop Adaministrator Admin

    Fritz having a little rest during WW1:
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