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WWII photos

Discussion in 'Lounge' started by pmfs, Jun 6, 2014.

  1. pmfs A Fixture

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    Portugal
  2. housecarl A Fixture

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    United-Kingdom
    Thanks Pedro.(y)
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  3. mil-mart A Fixture

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    Great selection Pedro .

    Cheers Ken
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  4. John Bowery A Fixture

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    Thanks,
    John
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  5. swralph A Fixture

    Great link
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  6. Tom W. Well-Known Member

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    Germany
    In that photosession are many figurines,that are on the market!
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  7. Tubby-Nuts2 A Fixture

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    Some I have seen, although there is a lot of these photo's that I haven't seen ! .. Many thanks!

    Regards,

    Mark
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  8. Bassman Well-Known Member

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    United-States
    Many thanks Pedro for sharing the link. I have two in the 101st, and am very proud of them, and all those who have come before them. Those are big shoes to fill!

    Best regards,
    Rod
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  9. pmfs A Fixture

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    Portugal
    "I have two in the 101st" parents?

    Cheers
  10. Bassman Well-Known Member

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    United-States
    Pedro,
    I should have been clearer. I have two sons in the 101st. Airborne.
    Thanks,
    Rod
    ,
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  11. MCPWilk A Fixture

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    A good selection of photos. The Universal carrier is somewhat dwarfed by the Panther. I hope the Seafire pilot walked away from his dogy deck landing - the narrow undercarriage can't have been much help landing on a carrier.

    My late father went on ops as a navigator on Lancasters just after D-Day. His aircraft is here: http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/F...eutralizer_Waddington_Dec_1944_AWM_UK2417.jpg

    They returned from the raid on the U-Boat pens at Brest on two engines with the bomb aimer's perspex shot away. Fortunately there were no fatalities, but the bomb aimer had superficial flesh wounds. Dad's crew survived 37 ops. They handed the aircraft over to a new crew, which set off for a fighter evasion exercise with a hurricane. The hurricane and 'Nick' collided. There were no survivors..... the fortunes of war.

    Mike
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