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  1. Thread: Centurion Tank

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    Re: Centurion Tank

    (My Bold and Italics). That's a negative there: We're clearly seeing the spare wheel set mounted on the distinctive sloped glacis plate of the following Cent. (Unless the whole column is reversing...
  2. Thread: Centurion Tank

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    Re: Centurion Tank

    About riding on tanks: One of our WOs on exercise in Berlin, hitched a lift on a French AMX-13 (or was it a -30? Not sure). Either way, time to debus and he had huge problems. As in, his DMS boot...
  3. Thread: Centurion Tank

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    Re: Centurion Tank

    I was Infantry in the Brit Army of the 1960s. We were given a very entertaining briefing by an RAC officer in Colchester. Film show and all - we wished all our training was as enjoyable. He described...
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    Re: An unusual Hurricane

    The idea had merit: increased range, using up the fuel in the overhead tank first. And the fuel tank/wing provided increased lift to compensate for the extra fuel's weight. Trouble was, nobody had...
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    Re: The Matilda, queen of the desert.

    The Italians were nowhere near the easybeats that British wartime propaganda made them out to be. Their army in Africa was the wrong shape: the lean, mean Brits took advantage of this - fought the...
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    Re: The Real Churchill

    Precisely. India was the be-all and end-all for Britain in the campaign against Japan. Had the Japanese succeeded in their efforts to sway a sizeable portion of the Indian population to join their...
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    Re: The Real Churchill

    You miss my point - which was that Goebbels most assuredly didn't have the last word. I think that honour belongs to Lech Walesa some 40 years later.

    Cheers,
    Cliff
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    Re: The Real Churchill

    And that certain Nazi minister had the last word in the argument, did he? ..... I think not.

    Cheers,
    Cliff
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    Re: The Real Churchill

    Who cares who coined the "Iron Curtain" phrase? It came into popular usage after Churchill's (post-WWII) address to a US audience, and is popularly attributed to him as a result. In Churchill's time,...
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    Re: The Real Churchill

    He shoulders the blame for a helluva lot of faulty decisions in WWII, and the peacetime thinking which led to them. But sending extra aircraft to Malaya would not have changed the outcome. The planes...
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    Re: The Real Churchill

    We all know that Churchill made it up as he went along: he was not an analytical politician, but followed his intuitional conclusions and tried to turn them into policy. He simply had a huge...
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    Re: Were major capital ships worth it?

    Memories of Jutland (where German capital ships proved superior to their RN counterparts) would've motivated Kriegsmarine planners to build capital ships. Thus, an element of national prestige...
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    Re: Australian betrayal in WW-2

    I think one of the more spectacularly misleading and self-promoting press releases from Mac's spin doctors, was the announcement (to the US domestic press) that the General had advanced his HQ "1000...
  14. Thread: Montgomery

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    Re: Montgomery

    Well - that just about puts the cap on the whole topic, wouldn't you say? I can't disagree with a single thing you've said there. Didn't he once make a bet with Eisenhower that, if he reached a...
  15. Thread: Montgomery

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    Re: Montgomery

    What I should have said was, "little-noticed, or at least not often discussed". Everyone seems to want to compare Monty with Patton (who Montgomery dismissed as "a good Corps commander" - ouch!) or...
  16. Thread: Montgomery

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    Re: Montgomery

    Little-known about Montgomery, is that he was closer to the front line than any of his contemporaries in the US Army Groups. 21AG HQ didn't wait for a convenient chateau in which to set up shop -...
  17. Thread: British guns

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    Re: British guns

    What the 3.7" story shows us, is a typically British problem. They couldn't fit bigger guns in tanks because of the turret-ring size, ergo tanks would have to be built wider. When pressed, the...
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    Re: The Matilda, queen of the desert.

    [QUOTE=Panzerknacker;141296]It was better armored than anything the the Us had in that time , for sure. But I guess since the tank was not suited for cavalry like penetrations it didnt fit in US tank...
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