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Discussion in 'Western Europe 1939 - 1942' started by bronk7, Sep 16, 2015.

  1. Matt smith

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    Wow, thank you so much Owen.
     
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    IMG_5735.jpg How about this one?
     
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    That was a cool fortress. i went there in '88 with some other high school kids from Scottsdale. they told us about the "Salzburg Bull" and we checked out the "dungeon" they had made up. But for me the best part was the museum with the old uniforms and decorations. I don't have pictures of it, but I saw the German uniforms for the Gebirgsjager and the pictures of Austrian generals in their service, like Dietl.
    Also on our way to Venice, we drove past Hohenwerfen. I'll have to dig out and scan the pics.
     
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    Schloss Hohenwerfen, as my tour group drove by on our way to Venice in June of 1988.
     

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  6. Matt smith

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    Nice!!!
     

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