I usually let it be changed. You have to accept that your opponent is an honest friend, otherwise why bother playing him.
Thanks to the friendly gesture of our dear friend Mike, I've been transferred without problems to the Amsterdam Flight.
My PZL P-11 landed safely
My dad was very good at spotting chaps wearing the wrong service badges in war movies.
I'm afraid my failing eyesight makes this sort of thing rather
I'm sure that amongst the membership we can raise enough to get him there.
In the Netherlands you used to be able to get a jenever called Flying Dutchman.
Thank you for letting us know Eric.
Another reason to get my new bookcase started.
Thanks for the Review Joe.
Have a good one Neil, and in the meantime I will entertain the troops by publishing the pictures of our little encounter on Tuesday evening.
28th May 1915.
French advance in the "Labyrinth" (north of Arras).
Got your welcome all ready for you Neil
I wish an excellent trip for both of you, Neil.
Have a lot of fun, enjoy yourself, play and visit a lot and meet many of our comrades on the other
Enjoy yourself Neil!
Hello from a Portuguese in Holland, Rob!
Welcome to the best digital place in the world, where the bytes are full of friendship and real people.
Well chaps. Apologies for being in communicado (wherever that is). Reasons some of you know why. But the time had come to be really off the grid as I
Welcome to the aerodrome Rob
I wonder how much information was gleaned from each others press & propaganda, and if much was gleaned from POW ?
Thank you again, my friends.
Now there is live pause & rewind available it's easier to go back and confirm these things !
And a quick Google gives us this answer.
On 27 May 1915, while stationed off W Beach at Cape Helles, Majestic became the third battleship
Yes. It makes one wonder how close to land it was, or if it was in shallow waters.
Did it sink quickly or have several other ships nearby to assist?
| could not countenance the removal of my monarchs head. Being a Presbyterian should such a situation arise, I would, like lord Fairfax, need remove myself
Looking good Joaquim - glad to see you back
Now that's pure chivalry my friend.
Maybe I'll see you in your Nieuport 28 over the Westfront, soon.
Good catch Dave - my favourite moment was / is in a medieval action pic (it was a while ago, but I think it was El Cid) when I spotted one of the Knights
Hi Rob - welcome to the 'drome from here in Tunbridge Wells