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Hans Wilhelm Fischer said on November 16, 2018
As allways very interesting and diverse choice. No 10 looks like a german game from WW2. For the non-german Speakers: On the lower right: “Churchill is not allowed to step on the clover-leaf”
“Antigötz” I don’t know if it had a Special sense (“Götz” is a german first Name. “Götze” means (non Christian) Idol). I can shoot you but you can’t shoot me. – On top inside the arrows “Side, rear, front”
Rob Pollock said on November 16, 2018
It’s a page from a Tiger instruction training manual, in the case here, how to approach a Churchill tank. I noticed that most of the manual had drawings of semi-naked women in and amongst the technical information, presumably to maintain crew interest.
Pedro L. Rocha said on November 16, 2018
They just don’t make manuals like they used to…good ol days
neil foster said on November 17, 2018
Well going off some of those camp Nazis you keep giving us I’d say those semi naked women wouldn’t be of interest to some of the crews members,Ooer, members no pun intended sailor !!
Rob Pollock said on November 17, 2018
Saw this and thought of you.
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Hans Wilhelm Fischer said on November 17, 2018
Thanks for the info!
david leigh-smith said on November 17, 2018
Ah, Rob. Did you find that ad in FineScale modeler? They told me I had a confidentiality clause…damn.
Editor said on November 16, 2018
The first photo is absolutely stunning, looks like a scene from the misty sea oustide the KIng Kong island…. what is it?
HMAS Australia testing searchlights, North Sea, 1918. Sopwith 1 1/2 Strutter on catapult in foreground.
Amazing. Love it
david leigh-smith said on November 16, 2018
Great portfolio – especially number 9 for me. She’s just special. Very special. In a special way.
Zeppelins, ballet dancers, it had your name all over it.
Oh, she is SO special.
David A. Thomas said on November 16, 2018
Those Dauntlesses. Wow…
Peter Hausamann said on November 17, 2018
Love the skater.
What a way to advertise blimp travel, graceful, smooth, silent, and swift. Well maybe not so silent nor swift.
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