Top 100 threads on WW2 Talk

Discussion in 'Network Information, Suggestions and Feedback' started by Ron Goldstein, Aug 25, 2010.

  1. Smudger Jnr

    Smudger Jnr Our Man in Berlin

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  2. Bodston

    Bodston Little Willy

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  3. James S

    James S Very Senior Member

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  4. von Poop

    von Poop Adaministrator Admin

  5. Oldman

    Oldman Very Senior Member

    Must iclude Lofty's K2 Ambulance, Ron's return to Sicily and Paul Reed's Italian
    trip(s)
     
  6. Gerard

    Gerard Seelow/Prora

    Gerard,

    I have to say that James thread on castle Archdale is one of my favourites.

    Regards
    Tom
    Sometimes I find it quite uncanny that we agree on so many different topics Tom! :lol:
     
  7. WhiskeyGolf

    WhiskeyGolf Senior Member

    I have to say that as a newbie that has only come on board this year, there are so many threads that I haven't even come close to viewing yet.

    However one thread does come to mind that I have taken notes from because of the huge amount of information given which will assist someone like me who hasn't been there before and intends on visiting, and that is Adam's thread "National Archives - Kew Tips". I've now sorted out what seat to sit in and what type of cup to order my coffee in :D
    No seriously this is a good thread.

    Wendy
     
  8. Ron Goldstein

    Ron Goldstein WW2 Veteran WW2 Veteran Patron

  9. Gerard

    Gerard Seelow/Prora

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  10. Gage

    Gage The Battle of Barking Creek

    That was the one I was searching for. Excellent thread.
     
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  11. Oggie2620

    Oggie2620 Senior Member

    Perhaps you could start one called useful for beginners! I love this sort of thread because I get to read all sorts of stuff I usually wouldnt see!
    Dee
     
  12. REK

    REK Senior Member

    Beginner, Dee? You've got 329 posts!
     
  13. Drew5233

    Drew5233 #FuturePilot Patron 1940 Obsessive

    My fav is (bit biased) the WW1 thread about the medal my mum dug up in Catford years ago and we tracked a living relative down in Wales-I think the first time I got rather emotional on here.
     
  14. Ron Goldstein

    Ron Goldstein WW2 Veteran WW2 Veteran Patron

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  15. Drew5233

    Drew5233 #FuturePilot Patron 1940 Obsessive

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  16. Ron Goldstein

    Ron Goldstein WW2 Veteran WW2 Veteran Patron

    Andy

    No wonder you chose that thread !

    Brilliant and how in the hell did I miss that last time round ?..... probably because it was WW1 which is not my scene..

    Definitely Top of the Tops.

    Well done that man !!!

    Ron
     
  17. Owen

    Owen -- --- -.. MOD

    I'm enjoying this thread as there are lots of threads I've forgotten about.
    Nice to reread them.
     
  18. REK

    REK Senior Member

    The internet is still relatively new and I hope that, in time, some of the jargon changes. I'm thinking of the word "thread" here, of course.

    I'm sorry, but "He started some of the most important and influential threads of anyone in his generation" just doesn't sound right to me.
     
  19. dbf

    dbf Moderatrix MOD

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  20. Dave55

    Dave55 Atlanta, USA Patron

    Tigers, Panthers etc ;)


    Nah, these are better :)

    I just noticed that this one is posed because the engine isn't running. Who else can spot why this is obvious? :) (Hey, it's the internet, we're allowed to be nerdy and picky!)

    The caption on Olive-drab,com reads:

    Caterpillar D7 7M series tractor, operated by MSGT Knowles Freeman from Pensacola, FL, 829th Engineer Construction Company, while building an airport near Eye, England, 2 March 1943. Although not on this unit, the D7 7M tractors were typically fitted with a LeTourneau WCK-7 angledozer blade operated by the rear mounted power control unit.
     

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