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Re: Picture of the Day (Other eras)
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Re: Picture of the Day (Other eras)
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Re: Picture of the Day (Other eras)
« Reply #8958 on: 20-07-2018, 18:07:53 »


1951, still very much WW2.

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Re: Picture of the Day (Other eras)
« Reply #8960 on: 25-09-2018, 17:09:42 »


Bye bye Blenheims

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Re: Picture of the Day (Other eras)
« Reply #8961 on: 15-10-2018, 02:10:24 »


French Flamethrowers in Verdun 1916 [colorized]

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Re: Picture of the Day (Other eras)
« Reply #8962 on: 15-10-2018, 07:10:31 »
1951, still very much WW2.

Great picture, thanks for sharing.
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Re: Picture of the Day (Other eras)
« Reply #8963 on: 25-10-2018, 03:10:29 »


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Re: Picture of the Day (Other eras)
« Reply #8964 on: 11-11-2018, 18:11:23 »


Can't believe the Great War ended 100 years ago, rest in peace to all who died in war.
You are bathing in misery and hope, waiting for someone to come and pull the plug.

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Re: Picture of the Day (Other eras)
« Reply #8965 on: 11-11-2018, 18:11:55 »
1951, still very much WW2.

Great picture, thanks for sharing.

What country is that?

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Re: Picture of the Day (Other eras)
« Reply #8966 on: 12-11-2018, 10:11:22 »
1951, still very much WW2.

Great picture, thanks for sharing.

What country is that?
Finland, you can see the Finnish roundels on the Stugs

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Re: Picture of the Day (Other eras)
« Reply #8967 on: 12-11-2018, 11:11:58 »
Yes, like FiveStars said. The location is Helsinki Senate Square on 4th of June 1951: the Flag Day of the Finnish Defence Forces

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Re: Picture of the Day (Other eras)
« Reply #8968 on: 12-11-2018, 12:11:12 »


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Finnish Jägers on guard in Eastern Front (Riga bay?), 1916.

27th Jäger Battalion (Königlich Preussisches Jägerbataillon Nr.27) was a volunteer unit of finnish men who enlisted to Imperial Germany (1915-1918) to receive military training. Jägers returned to Finland in 1918.

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Re: Picture of the Day (Other eras)
« Reply #8969 on: 17-11-2018, 15:11:23 »


ARA San Juan (S-42) has been found by Seabed Constructor owned by Ocean Infinity, a US Private Company hired by the Argentine Government, on November 16, almost exactly one year since it went missing. The wreck lies 800m below the surface at 500km from Comodoro Rivadavia. As you can see from the image, there's a main body and some scattered remains around the area.

Preliminary reports indicate that the wreck's hull is badly damaged, deformed, collapsed and might show signs of an implosion. I believe the wreck will be inspected soon, filmed and photographed.

This puts an end to the tragic history of the 44 crewmembers of the San Juan, but it opens up a whole new investigation. 
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