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jim wasley said on May 19, 2017
Pic 5 of 50 parked a car like that once.
Dirk Derks said on May 19, 2017
My favorites: The children on the BMW with sidecar and the US GI’s with the Dutch children in costume. I see wooden shoes, so it must be Dutch.
Maybe you can confirm this for me with some more info on the picture,
Regards, Dirk / The Netherlands.
Rob Pollock said on May 19, 2017
Yes, a Dutch scene, I think taken after initial liberation of Holland but before the German counteroffensive.
Christian Ristits said on May 19, 2017
The parked flanker and the Submarine shipyard are Fantastic!
British Astute Class submarines in Building Hall.
Craig Abrahamson said on May 19, 2017
WOW…..this is the first Friday Briefing collection where I don’t recall seeing ANY of these pics before! Thanks for posting ’em, Rob – always a treat. 🙂
Greg Kittinger said on May 19, 2017
Love the guy sitting on the “golf stool.” Quick way to clear colon blockage…
Bernard E. Hackett, Jr. said on May 19, 2017
Is that Rittmeister Von Richtofen I see riding a bike? Unusual pose for him, usually he’s anything but playful. One I’ve never seen before!
Yep that!s the fella.
Roberto Colaianni said on May 19, 2017
…. enough question Panzerkampfwagen vi…… Fantastic.
david leigh-smith said on May 19, 2017
Hi Rob. Thanks so much for this; I don’t know how long you search for these photos but boy, am I glad you do. Amusing, beautiful, provocative every week.
Oh, and god do I love that P40…
Louis Gardner said on May 19, 2017
P-40 ????? What P-40 ????? There’s a P-40 ????? 🙂 🙂 😉
Very cool photo of MVR on a bike……………… It’s really hard to pick a favorite………………. potato masher improvised chair is something else. The title caption with the SBD’s is neat too. Panzerkampwagen VI is just too funny. You made my Friday buddy.
Thanks Rob !!!!
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