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Thread: Well. Is it time for a French Military Forum Here?

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    Default Well. Is it time for a French Military Forum Here?

    Personally, I'd like to see one dedicated to the French armed forces whether they be prior to the fall from 1918-1940, Vichy, Marquis, or Free French forces fighting under various auspices. There are some threads here on French equipment and various topics to start things off, and perhaps some relevant discussion points as it seems this era interests not only me...

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    Default Re: Well. Is it time for a French Military Forum Here?

    I think so. When the Italian section was under debate I proposed a Franco-Italian section, but this would be nice too.

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    Default Re: Well. Is it time for a French Military Forum Here?

    I'm not sure! The Italian section is still fairly empty.

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    Default Re: Well. Is it time for a French Military Forum Here?

    Hence the great idea of combining the French and Italian sections...

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    Default Re: Well. Is it time for a French Military Forum Here?

    A man Stole paintings from the Louvre, and sped off in his van, though in a few blocks he ran out of fuel and was captured. when asked why he had done it, he replied that he intended to sell the paintings as he didn't have the Monet to buy Degas to make the VanGough, and he figured he had nothing Toulouse. The police were surprised he had de Gaulle to pull it off.

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    Nice.

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    Default Re: Well. Is it time for a French Military Forum Here?

    Its lame, I know, but its the only thing French related i could think of....

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    Default Re: Well. Is it time for a French Military Forum Here?

    Quote Originally Posted by Churchill View Post
    Hence the great idea of combining the French and Italian sections...
    Bravo!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tankgeezer View Post
    Its lame, I know, but its the only thing French related i could think of....
    It'll do.

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    Default Re: Well. Is it time for a French Military Forum Here?

    As my Grandfather (Dunkirk Veteran) used to say...

    "10,000 French Rifles for sale - Only dropped once'.


    The first topic of course would have to be on 'French Flags of the 20th Century' though how you tell all those white ones apart is anyones guess...




    *I am only kidding by the way... Being English, its genetic that I have to rib the French military, despite its real performance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Fiendish Red Baron View Post
    As my Grandfather (Dunkirk Veteran) used to say...

    "10,000 French Rifles for sale - Only dropped once'.


    The first topic of course would have to be on 'French Flags of the 20th Century' though how you tell all those white ones apart is anyones guess...




    *I am only kidding by the way... Being English, its genetic that I have to rib the French military, despite its real performance.
    The French suffered far, far more in both wars than their English speaking allies, and bravely bore the brunt of the German attack in both.

    From poor memory, the French suffered vastly more and perhaps something approaching twice the number of casualties that the British (as distinct from Commonwealth forces) suffered.

    The French didn't have the luxury of pissing off at Dunkirk, being left to defend and live in inevitably surrendered France after the British and sundry French forces evacuated.

    Meanwhile everybody who unfairly wants to portray the French as cheese eating surrender monkeys seems to overlook the Belgian surrender which was central to Dunkirk.
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    You are having a bad day today aint you?

    You knew it was a joke but cant help yourself... Is it some form of post-colonial malaise? Are you having some sort of Australian backlash to the Motherland? Or do you just dislike me in general? I dont mind which to be honest...

    I shant bother commenting on your disrespect to those servicemen who served at Dunkirk, other than your comment shows your true colours.



    By the way, the French lost 1,385,000 killed servicemen in WW1 and 217,000 killed in WW2. British (non-Commonwealth) killed servicemen were 703,000 for WW1 and 383,000 for WW2.

    Personally I dont like to use casualty rates for a pissing contest... Seems rather disrespectful and Im not sure what it proves.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Fiendish Red Baron View Post
    You are having a bad day today aint you?

    You knew it was a joke but cant help yourself... Is it some form of post-colonial malaise? Are you having some sort of Australian backlash to the Motherland? Or do you just dislike me in general? I dont mind which to be honest...

    I shant bother commenting on your disrespect to those servicemen who served at Dunkirk, other than your comment shows your true colours.



    By the way, the French lost 1,385,000 killed servicemen in WW1 and 217,000 killed in WW2. British (non-Commonwealth) killed servicemen were 703,000 for WW1 and 383,000 for WW2.

    Personally I dont like to use casualty rates for a pissing contest... Seems rather disrespectful and Im not sure what it proves.
    If you had any respect for the fallen, you wouldn't have made your stupid comments about unused French rifles for sale.

    You're the only one showing disrespect to the fallen, of any nation.

    And if you think I could be bothered rising to your bait about Australian backlash to the supposed Motherland, you merely demonstrate a sad and overbearing attitude which expired in Britain with its loss of its Empire. Which is even sadder for someone in Ireland, where my proudly independent forebears came from to establish a nation based on notions of equality and democracy which attracted British migrants in their droves after WWII.
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    The comment came from my Grandfather, a Dunkirk veteran, who had a black sense of humour.

    You take tongue in cheek comments way too seriously, Im surprised you didnt take issue with the other comments on the thread.

    As for Ireland, just cos I live there, doesnt mean Im Irish... And its anything but equal and democratic at the moment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Fiendish Red Baron View Post
    I shant bother commenting on your disrespect to those servicemen who served at Dunkirk, other than your comment shows your true colours.
    I look forward to you explaining how my comments demonstrate disrespect to those who served at Dunkirk, and especially compared with the 10,000 French who dropped their rifles.

    Which 10,000, exactly, of the French forces who provided the ring which enabled the British and French to evacuate from Dunkirk dropped those rifles?

    Or were they dropped somewhere else?

    If so, where, and by whom?

    Quote Originally Posted by The Fiendish Red Baron View Post
    By the way, the French lost 1,385,000 killed servicemen in WW1 and 217,000 killed in WW2. British (non-Commonwealth) killed servicemen were 703,000 for WW1 and 383,000 for WW2.
    Those figures don't support your disparaging comments about the French having 10,000 rifles dropped only once.

    Quote Originally Posted by The Fiendish Red Baron View Post
    Personally I dont like to use casualty rates for a pissing contest... Seems rather disrespectful and Im not sure what it proves.
    Why?

    Because they don't support your offensive and idiotic comments about the French being cowards who didn't fight?

    One of the worst types of arsehole is the supposed friend who makes offensive and unfounded disparaging comments and who, when challenged, says "I was only joking.".

    You find the 10,000 mothers of the French soldiers who dropped their weapons and tell them you're joking about each of their 10,000 cowardly sons who refused to fight the Germans in preference for dropping their weapons and running away.

    See if they find it funny.
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