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    Who can crack this one?

    Who, where, when?
    Pay attention to the details. And to the white swastika on the tribune.

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    You might want to rename the file and crop the image to remove the name and flag on the building if you want this to actually be a difficult contest!
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    Quote Originally Posted by pdf27 View Post
    You might want to rename the file and crop the image to remove the name and flag on the building if you want this to actually be a difficult contest!




    And I might even guessed without them. At least on the third or fourth try...

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    Well, I was hoping the white swastika would confuse everyone.

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    Is there any date on the photo? I imagine it's obviously sometime in the 1930s prior to the outbreak of War...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nickdfresh View Post
    Is there any date on the photo? I imagine it's obviously sometime in the 1930s prior to the outbreak of War...
    It is atributed to 1936.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mountain_warfare#Poland
    Podhale rifles (Polish: Strzelcy podhalańscy) is a traditional name of the mountain infantry units of the Polish Army. Formed in 1918 out of volunteers of the region of Podhale, in 1919 the smaller detachments of Podhale rifles were pressed into two mountain infantry divisions, the 21st Mountain Infantry and 22nd Mountain Infantry Divisions, as well as into three brigades of mountain infantry. Considered an elite of the Polish Army, the units were roughly equivalent to the German Gebirgsjäger troops.

    THis photo can be found here: http://pl.wikipedia.org/wiki/2_Pu%C5...ala%C5%84skich
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    Heh. Even without the flag and file name, it's painfully obvious these guys are polish Mountaineers - just look at those ornate collar patches!

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    Maybe we can start again????

    Start with an easy one....
    Where this guy is from?
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    I'd say Canada.
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    Quote Originally Posted by navyson View Post
    I'd say Canada.
    Sorry to say no!
    Let you study the details of the soldier (weaponS for example!!!)

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    37 pattern basic pouch but not 37 pattern bayonet. More like a kukri.

    So it's a Gurkha, from Nepal.

    The terrain and vegetation looks more Mediterranean than Asian, plus he's not wearing tropical uniform, so I'd hazard a guess he's in Italy. Possibly Monte Cassino.
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    Well Done Rising Sun!

    Congrat!
    Your turn!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tiger205 View Post
    Well Done Rising Sun!

    Congrat!
    Your turn!
    Thanks.

    Was it Italy?


    Here's my quiz.

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    Papua New Guiena?
    Cape Endaiadere area?
    Dec. 1942?
    American/Aussie casualties?
    To be moved to the rear by the so called "FUZZY WUZZY" natives?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tiger205 View Post
    Papua New Guiena?
    Cape Endaiadere area?
    Dec. 1942?
    American/Aussie casualties?
    To be moved to the rear by the so called "FUZZY WUZZY" natives?
    That's about as close as you're going to get.

    Well done, on something that is little known in most of the world, and probably virtually unknown in Hungary and most of Europe.

    The picture's details aren't too certain, apart from being Fuzzy Wuzzy Angels with Australian wounded in Papua New Guinea. http://www.diggerhistory.info/pages-...uzzy-wuzzy.htm

    Naturally, the Australian government treated them like shit after the war was over, but the soldiers who served with them retained a great affection for them and thought they deserved better.
    http://www.abc.net.au/news/stories/2...24/2635119.htm
    http://au.todaytonight.yahoo.com/art...rgotten-heroes

    Then again, the Australian government treated its own returned servicemen rather poorly after the war, so at least there is a degree of consistency there.

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