Had a History teacher that served on Swordfish. Taranto etc.
If you couldn't face double history on the sodding Aztecs or similar, you just had to...
Doesn't really exist, mate. Outside of certain 70s attempts & kid's books.
For land vehicles (the most interesting part :cutie:), you can't go...
It springs from the 'shelled area' concept.
As Chennault mentions - Siegfried line.
Gothic, Wotan, Winter etc, etc. All fed into a rather...
Septic Armor/Cav museum has been doing some good work on it of late.
First time the secondary tracks have been played with since the 70s IIRC....
Petard Mortar/Flying Dustbin
Some Russians, a cow, an aeroplane.
There's a certain kind of person that can expand on their subject at any length, confidently & authoritatively,...
Isn't that fellow on the 2nd from the right wearing some sort of Itie headgear?
Nobody normal is ever not going to put on a Bersaglieri style lid...
Such a good image of the tires, but let's not mention the new ownership.
Good idea, we don't want to put people off.
A thought on the...
I liked your RE book.
Hunnicutt's brilliant, essential even on some areas, but a tad old-fashioned now. Patchy....
I think that probably fits into 'not ready'.
The reasons for readiness or otherwise can become rather meta unless willing to write a book....
In short; M26 came late in the war, because it wasn't ready until late in the war.
The internet tone is often 'but they should have done X, the...
Might I say that Cooper/Ambrose's book is frankly completely dreadful on M26. (As it is on most other things.)
As Rich says; M26 really wasn't...
The books you need, Kai, are Friedli's 'Repairing the Panzers' V1 & 2.
Sadly, they've only very recently become stupidly expensive, so hopefully...
To an extent, as I genuinely believe Bov may be the world's best armour collection (largely due to that WW1 aspect, and little Willie).
My aunt participated in the program towards her first husband (who sketchy family legend has dying in the final days of Berlin).
She said she was...
Mephisto's a lovely thing. We did have one in the UK, but scrapped it in the 20s. (Aside from The A7V, Oz's Armour collection growing strongly...
Potato quality... Really don't use my phone video camera much.
Modern stuff's big.
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Watch yourself in high winds.
T55 training machine.
rare shot of an M22 not upside down. [ATTACH]
Blah-di-blah German thing.
The World needs more...