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Gauntlet

Dead rather than Red!

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25th April 2004

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#301 12 years ago

Would some of these 800 pics have something to do with WW2, or just plain good ol' tourist shots?




General Rommel

BF2 Files Staff

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25th October 2004

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#302 12 years ago

He goes where ever his family goes.




FlyGuy45

*TRA* Spsk. Pilotka VVS

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#303 12 years ago

Actually, I have pictures of the River Corrib(By Galway Chathderal) where 3 pillars remain of a expensive railway.Since the bridge was no longer needed, the metal which costs thousands was scrapped to two Germans for 10 pounds. This metal was latter used in Hitlers Washing,er..War machine.




Werwolf1944

paladin of evil

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12th September 2005

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#304 12 years ago

Those soldier models are pieces of art!




Von Mudra

Lo, I am Mudra, za emo soldat!

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#305 12 years ago
BourkeyNO, even Hitler with his experiences from the first conflict was totally against gassing the enemy, not even against the Russians! Although you may find the Japs experimented it with the Chinese, but not as a major tactical weapon We should all be glad WW2 did not continue the terrible practices of WW1

Actually, the GErmans used gas in Sevastopol, to clear the Russian bunkers. There are also reports of the British using mustard gas in Italy.




Bourkey

=2AIF= Bourkey

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#306 12 years ago

Well I know all major nations stockpiled large amounts of chemical weapons (particulary Germany) and thus why all soldiers carried a mask, but were afraid to be the first to use the weapon. This was both for international public opinions where nations were still unsure who were the real good/bad guys, but also the fear of them being used in a war where civilian populations were targetted more heavily than in WW1. I mean you could well be right that there were small isolated incidents, but i'll stick to the belief that WW2 was essentially a non-chemical-weapon conflict. But thanks for bringing that to my attention