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Discussion in 'WWII Today' started by GRW, Nov 22, 2009.

  1. GRW

    GRW Pillboxologist WW2|ORG Editor

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  2. JagdtigerI

    JagdtigerI Ace

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    Great photos, thanks for posting!
     
  3. sniper1946

    sniper1946 Expert

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    good find gordon,ray..
     
  4. Piat

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    The glider photo from Market Garden is amazing.
     
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    LRusso216 Graybeard Staff Member Patron  

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    Unbelievable. They are every bit as good as what we see today. Amazing technology from 65 years ago. Thanks, Gordon.
     
  6. Sloniksp

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    Fantastic! Thank you for sharing.
     
  7. AndyPants

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    great photos indeed!
     
  8. Guaporense

    Guaporense Dishonorably Discharged

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    Great photos!

    However, I think that the British exaggerated on the bombing of cities (that bomber Harris...):

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    The Americans that made the difference in the bombing effort, bombing industrial targets and reducing war production significantly.
     
  9. kerrd5

    kerrd5 Ace

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    Shame on the British Government for charging for these historic images.

    Image Sales

    The U.S. National Archives would have released these photos to the world
    if it owned them.


    Dave
     

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