@Williamchord you are a spammer.
1206 is Di Hua as you said.
ROCS Di Hua - Wikipedia
Get anything ?
It's been a month .
On his Iron Cross ribbons he has the 1939 Spangs to denote he'd been awarded the Iron Crosses in WW1.
How could he as Finland was part of Russia...
The Army already has a 7.62 rifle. The L129A1
Whoever wrote the original text in post #1 spelt defence incorrectly.
How old is that article ?...
@Otto , posted one today.
Keep an eye out for it.
Would be nice if a few more members sent some in.
Quite like to see a Finnish one @Kai-Petri . ;)
Top: Military OBE/MBE
Bottom: Iraq Medal, Afghanistan Medal with rosette, QE2 Diamond Jubilee Medal 2012.
That Aussie one dates from 1984.
When it opened in 1984, Thorngrove Manor was a response to the bland and banal chain hotels of the day.
M1 Garand - Wikipedia
I see you found this place too.
Anyone mentioned this yet ?
Tea with Mussolini - Wikipedia
Glad it arrived ok.
Nunney is a lovely really quaint English village.
I know @gtblackwell went there years ago....
Have you got the postcards from me & @Slipdigit yet ?
I can't see the image .
I thought the Veterans were at the National Memorial Arboretum in the UK watching it live on big screens due to travel restrictions.
I'll be staying near Bishop's Castle in Shropshire later this year.
I'll make sure I send a card from there.
Bishop's Castle, Shropshire UK...
Says on your profile
Member Since:Jul 31, 2002
Not quite 19 years.
In June 1940 some Polish troops crossed the border into Switzerland rather than surrender to the Germans.
It was members 2nd Polish Division...
This page tells you how to apply for Canadian WW2 service records.
Legacy News: How to Access Canadian WW2 Service Records (legacyfamilytree.com)
Do you mean a soldiers number ?
British Army numbering explained over on ww2T.
Army Number Block Allocations | WW2Talk