The European War would have been over by Christmas.
The Airborne Divisions were reorganised at the beginning of March 1945 to include a second Parachute Infantry Regiment. The 507th PIR joined the...
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Good show! I thought the two hour stretch was, well, stretching it out, but it worked.
If they have the technology, it's a possibility. After all, it's been done before!
If he's still alive, then expect him to pop up on a video to prove it. After all, he did it before.
Well, my Better Half settled down to take it all in. I, on the other hand, went for a 4 mile walk in the beautiful (and peaceful, and RW-less)...
Our Royal Wedding memorabilia arrived the other day. Limited edition.
Yes, a number of our regiments have now lost their identity through consolidation. We now have the Mercian Regiment and The Rifles, for...
The controversy over the bearskin has been going on for many years. Traditionally, Canadian bearskin is used. This is taken from the...
They are seperate regiments:
I presume you mean Her Majesty's Guards: Coldstream, Grenadier, Irish, Scots and Welsh?
I don't know which Regiment will be on duty.
Already happened. His brother took care of it.
Whereas, I support the Royal Family, I won't be spending any time watching the celebrations. We've had nothing but wedding for weeks now....
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The 'half of them died...' comment is twin to the one which called the glider pilots 'America's answer to Japan's Kamikazes'. These...
The 435th's infantry load, 194th Glider Infantry Regiment, was one company short. Gen Bud Miley, 17th AB Divn Cdr, asked the 53rd TC Wing Glider...
Where did your grandfather enlist?