Discussion in 'Unit History' started by 51highland, Jul 19, 2017.
You mean he would be good to have alongside you if you got into a 'jam'
This from Counter-Battery Office of 10 Corps at Salerno (WO169/8597):
From 4th Canadian Anti-Tank Regiment in April 1945:
From the 222 Armoured Squadron Royal Engineers diary from May 1945 VE Day.
Granda as to be involved he liked a drink
I don't suppose BOTHEL was a typo.....
Not from a war diary, but still made me smile so I thought I'd post this up.
It's from a report dated 30.11.39 in CAB63/112 detailing intelligence gathered by the British on the trade negotiations between USSR and Germany after the Soviet-German pact of August 1939. It doesn't sound like the German trade delegation were having a great time!
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