Welcome aboard !
(also a ww2talk addict)
[ATTACH] Forgive me butting in here but I couldn't resist posting this snap.
It was taken in 2010 and shows my late wife and I on the banks of...
You say " Time is running out. They are passing away at a great rate "
Too bloody true Sir !
(Now aged 96 !)
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...