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    Default Some photos of WW2

    I scanned some pictures from the book "The war pictures we did not see", Copenhagen, 1945.

    This is the first part. The second batch will follow shortly.

    The pictures are under link here.

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    Hi Egorka! Thanks for posting. Could you tell me the story behind the picture of the ship please?
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    Quote Originally Posted by navyson1 View Post
    Hi Egorka! Thanks for posting. Could you tell me the story behind the picture of the ship please?
    Sure! The writing read:
    "H.M.S "Penelope" in the harbour after the period of action. The side of the ship is severely damaged by the shrapnel. Some of the holes were that big that they had to be sealed with wood plugs."

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    Thank you! I was wondering if they were shell holes. And couldn't figure out all what was sticking out of the hull.
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    New scans are added. The link is the same: http://flickr.com/photos/7410929@N07...viikkes%C3%A5/
    Tell me if you want comments to be translated.

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    Very well comride.
    But why have you not posted it in our site photosection?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Egorka View Post
    New scans are added. The link is the same: http://flickr.com/photos/7410929@N07...viikkes%C3%A5/
    Tell me if you want comments to be translated.
    Indeed you could help me with a translation, Igor (is this norwegian or swedish btw?).
    I am talking about the photo which shows a german soldier semi-entombed in a trench (http://flickr.com/photos/7410929@N07/2884009505/). We had a brisk discussion about that one in the photo section. Question was "is this guy still alive or not?". Maybe the caption could help...Thanx
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    Quote Originally Posted by Egorka View Post
    New scans are added. The link is the same: http://flickr.com/photos/7410929@N07...viikkes%C3%A5/
    Tell me if you want comments to be translated.
    Hi Egorka, please tell me the comments about the picture with the multiple planes landed in the fields. Gliders at Normandy? Thanks!
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    Quote Originally Posted by flamethrowerguy View Post
    Indeed you could help me with a translation, Igor (is this norwegian or swedish btw?).
    I am talking about the photo which shows a german soldier semi-entombed in a trench (http://flickr.com/photos/7410929@N07/2884009505/). We had a brisk discussion about that one in the photo section. Question was "is this guy still alive or not?". Maybe the caption could help...Thanx
    It is Danish language.

    The caption for the photo reads:
    "A German soldier digging himself out after being covered with sand after the artillary barage of the coast during the invasion. For him the war is over."
    Where did you discuss this photo?
    Last edited by Egorka; 09-24-2008 at 08:05 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by navyson View Post
    Hi Egorka, please tell me the comments about the picture with the multiple planes landed in the fields. Gliders at Normandy? Thanks!
    It reads:
    "This photo was taken from a RAF reconesanse plane over Holland. It depicts gliders loaded wit hequipment landed on a field. One can clearly see the landing pathes left on the field. These machines were considered to be used only ones. App. half of them got tail knocked off during landing."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chevan View Post
    Very well comride.
    But why have you not posted it in our site photosection?
    I do not know... silly me!

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    Thanks Egorka! Does anyone know why they landed gliders in Holland? Was that part of Operation Market Garden?
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    Quote Originally Posted by navyson View Post
    Thanks Egorka! Does anyone know why they landed gliders in Holland? Was that part of Operation Market Garden?
    Yes, it was during Market Garden.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Egorka View Post
    It is Danish language.

    The caption for the photo reads:
    "A German soldier digging himself out after being covered with sand after the artillary barage of the coast during the invasion. For him the war is over."
    Where did you discuss this photo?
    Right here: http://www.ww2incolor.com/german/what-the.jpg.html
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    The Horsa glider was designed so the tail could be quickly removed (and the nose was hinged too)to unload Jeeps and anti tank guns. The picture probably shows this rather than ones that broke up on landing, although obviously some probably did.

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