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Discussion in 'World War 2 Hobbies' started by germanm36tunic, Nov 30, 2006.

  1. germanm36tunic

    germanm36tunic New Member

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    21st Inf. sitting around having a smoke
     
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    Soldaten?

    My word, they are big boys, how does that song go about the pies?
    The one in the middle looks about Kn*******! :lol: :roll:
     
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    Knackered? Is that a swear word?

    Gosh, and I never even knew.... Boy is my generation de-sensitised :grin: ... dammned mtv
     
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    soldaten?

    Whatever, but you got to admit the poor old chap does look a little tired! :oops:
    Then again, you don't know what they're smoking. :smok:
     
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    Chin(s) up, lads, the war will be over by Christmas!
     
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    'Must be the SauerKraut Brigade...
    Them 'boys is lookin' quite well-fed. A credit to the German Quartermaster Corps.
    Please, all in good fun now.
    After all, you posted it-up!

    Tim
     
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    yep

    well you are right, we are well fed. good job noticing that. ijust thougt i would show you guys some of our guys in the unit, oh and thats me on the far left.
     
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    It is nice to see some more pictures from our American re-enactors
     
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    knackered

    your old kriegspfarrer is the one in the center. and this site is up the side of a mountain so I am indeed knackered. the morning was hectic and i ran around doing lots of stuff and didnt know the photo-op was on the agenda. the lost batallions tunic being shorter than most repros emphaizes girth and I am short too. no excuses, get back on my bike and ride myself thin, but i will be 67 years old in a couple months so not sure i can recoup much of my youthful figure. thanks for pointing out that we are well fed.
     
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    Thanks Ricky,, [Edited by Moderator]
     
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    Nice picture, hope you enjoy it, thx for sharing.

    Cheers,
    Che.
     
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    Depending on the reenactment, do ya'll have different period uniforms to select from, or are you always members of the 21st Infantry?
    'Reason I ask, I just love the 3-color "dapple" german camo-smocks used in late-war. Were these only issued to elite-troops?

    Tim
     

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