Missed the post Woody, but better late etc, us 'Lobster Pot Roundheads' certainly stuffed it up that 'Squarehead Kraut Rupert of the Rhine'...
Ossie, by a coincidence the battle at Sidi Rezegh must have happened on Totennsontag. It's like 'chicken and egg', which came first.
David. The pull-through was a piece of cord about a yard long with a tubular brass weight at one end and a loop at the other, 4" x2"...
PLEASE, BURY THIS STUPID THREAD!
(Or perhaps open a 'Kiddies' section?)
It came off a length of cloth 4" wide, marked by a red line every 2", ripped off and yes, used as pull-through. thank you.
No Richard, and Tom ....if you must have dubious late night curries!!!
Simple ..what was a 'four by two'?
whoops wrong thread.
I am supposed to be posting less on this forum..........
OK, we've had 'Hitlers Revenge' what was 'Gandhi's Revenge'?
Are you sure this does no harm? I've just had it again and I've been getting unusual email problems over the past few days.
You're too kind!!!! Where does Tom get them from? I find it harder to find the question than the answer. You'll have to wai unless Notmi...
OK Tom, I know you want the answer of the massacre of the British tanks in N.Afrika, the date escapes me, the Germans named it...
Errrrrrrr? what's a 'pnig pong'?
You don't mean a 'pnig pnog' do you? because that is racist!
"Tis' some poor fellows skull said he,
That fell in the Great Victory"
Which Great Victory?
By Jove I think I've got it!!!
Jim Hawkins Home. Admiral Benbow.
Edward 7th. Jewel in the Crown...he was Emperor of...
A long shot.....Edward 7th.?
Right, the home was the 'Admiral Benbow'.
Colonel Benbow and Capt. Benbow were civil war officers , both executed.
but these are...
Would the soldiers be Civil War officers?
OK, it's 'Killiekrankie' spelling?