After three years in the unloved Folkestone location which saw the War & Peace show gradually evolving ( devolving ?) into a sort of glorified car boot fair for groups of schoolkids, W&P returned to its spiritual home - the Whitbread Hop Farm at Beltring. A friend and I have been going for fifteen years so we were there on day 1, Tuesday of this week. We were delighted to find that many of our old favourite dealers from the Continent were back and spent a great day combing the stalls. I'd love to post my pics but after the Photobucket disaster I'm afraid you'll all have to use your imaginations. What did I get ? A PaK40 three-round box minus lid for £15 ( well, at that price...) plus complete PaK40 75mm AP round for £70. A metal 8.8cm canister ( rusty but complete, with all inserts ). I couldn't believe that this very scarce item was marked at £30 and when I presented it to the stallholder he immediately reduced it to £25 ! I also got an 88mm shellcase to go inside for £20. Three C12 fuzes in mint condition for £7.50 each....and a complete 5cm HE shell ( the 'long' one ) for £60. To round the day off nicely, I found the Armes & Militaria #1 bound volume to complete my set for £8, and the English version of Spielberger's 'Panzer III' book for £9. I went home very happy indeed ....... Welcome back, Beltring !