How we come to know what we know ?
Simply because we were there !
Hopefully, I will still be around to welcome you back in two years time, but, if I am not, then G-d speed in your mission !
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Still here and delighted to wish you all the very best for Xmas 2018 and a Happy & Healthy 2019
What about the old Norton ?
Can anyone identify a motorbyke ?
Don't know if this qualifies as a "Cool pix" but posting it anyway :)
Advancing years do have some advantages !
Welcome aboard and good luck with your research !
You might also consider making the identical posting on the "sister" site of ww2talk.com...
Don't know about US tank names but speaking as a British tank crew member my favourite tank name was "Semper in Excretum" which is dog Latin for...
Might I suggest that someone who has bit of time to spare translate the video into a text file, similar to the story I placed on ww2talk.com...
Thought this might amuse you..........
Ron Goldstein's Actual Army Album: Page 72
It subsequently appeared on Wikipedia, as you will see by...
I always loved the Jeep in WW2 and often wrote about it on ww2talk.com, as in this case:
I've written before about my brief love affair with the...
Better late than never..............
Welcome aboard !
More power to your elbow !
I walk in Trent Park once a week, with my daughter, and am fully acquainted with the mansion and it's past history.
I sincerely hope that the...
Be very careful of "things you find in the woods"
Many moons ago I wrote this little piece on the ww2talk.com website:
Bizarre Booby Traps...
I am reading "Shalom, Jack" which is written lovingly by my nephew Mike Goldstein CBE and is all about the life and death, in action, of his dear...
Morning all !
When I was conscripted into the British army in 1942 my rank was that of PRIVATE
When at my first training unit it was established...
Never heard of "Tinnies" before ...................
Care to elaborate ?
Ron (who also frequents the UK forum ww2talk.com)
Came across this Italian midget submarine in a park in Taormina, Sicily
Many moons ago I reminded myself about the perils of un-exploded rounds on a Sherman tank:
Misfires on the Sherman Mark IV 75mm