Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by A-58, May 30, 2017.
I really like that one!
Everyday top nazis voices
Hitler and Grand Mufti
"Three Royal Navy Battleships: HMS Rodney, HMS Nelson, and HMS Revenge, are broken up at Inverkeithing, Scotland, 1949. "
"Japanese destroyer Ikazuchi (雷 "Thunder") at anchor, circa 1932-33"
Rommel´s soldiers charge up a hill in France 1940. Taken by Rommel himself a he loved to be in the frontline.
Rommel inspecting the Normandy defences 1944
Rommel and his Fieseler Storch
Years ago we had a group of blokes who wanted to drive around Darwin harbour...make a submarine of their 4WD...soooo...
Darwin's cage of death...for any tourist who wants to get up close...
British soldiers with captured Goliaths.
A friend of mine moved to Palmerston City with the intent of wrestling a salty. He's still alive, so no match as yet. He's 6' 9" and about 350 lbs., so it wouldn't be fair to the croc.
Last big croc caught in the NT was 4.72 meters and weighed 600kg...thats about what, 1400 lbs? VS 2.05 meters and 350 lbs...Todays mate is tomorrows crocodile shit i'm afraid...
And a couple of pics of my current home town of Palmerston...
I think that's Darwin in the background...
Perhaps our only landmark the Palmerston water tower...It gets lit up a treat at night...Slowly goes into different colours...
Two friends moved to Palmerston City a few years back. If you meet any lunatics with American accents say "hi!" for me. (Bert is easy to spot, he's 6' 9" tall and weighs 350 lbs.)
Can’t say I’ve heard too many American accents...but I don’t get out much : )
Believe it or not Alice Springs has the highest density of Americans in Australia...that’s the middle of Australia...in the guts...in the desert...Alice Springs is also a haven for...Lesbians...as an American would say, go figure.
For those who haven’t guessed...the Americans are from Pine Gap. Enough said.
"M4A3E8 Sherman tank of Company B, 72nd Tank Battalion, 2nd Infantry Division, fires its 76mm gun at enemy bunkers on "Napalm Ridge", in support of the 8th ROK Division. 11 May, 1952."
"Pacific Theatre. A Bristol Beaufighter heavy fighter/strike aircraft of No. 31 Squadron RAAF."
"Brewster Buffalos fighters over Singapore Harbour from 243 Sqn RAF late 1941."
"The fifth USS Boston was a protected cruiser and one of the first steel warships of the "New Navy" of the 1880s."
Note question in the caption, any help with that?
"Ground crew prepares to load bombs on B-17 Flying Fortress in England, July 1943 Note the small "put-put" engine. Maybe providing electrical power for the bomb hoist?"