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  • 2014 Lend-Lease Raffle - Two - Battle of Britain

    It's only fitting that with our Lend-Lease member coming from Germany, that we showcase the Battle of Britain in one of the raffles. If you prefer to fly for the Brits in these missions, just hop in any of the four fighters below to defend the home land:

    Bader


    Wright


    Falkowski


    Vybiral



    Now, for those of you that prefer to make the long flight across the Channel before engaging the enemy with limited fuel supplies, we have these German fighters for you to fly....


    Pankratz


    Molders


    Balthasa


    Schupp



    And since no BoB campaign would be complete with out bombing missions, we also have these for your flying pleasure...

    Stuka



    Stab.KG53



    All 10, that's right 10, of these miniatures are brand new. For those of you that spotted the original Deluxe Set 109 and Spitfire minis in those pictures, they are new as well with sealed decks (donated to the cause by Sven personally!). So, unless Ares offers these two planes in the future as part of a WGS Duel Pack (and I've not heard anything on that as of yet), this might be one of the few chances you have to acquire these rare minis!

    Total retail value of this raffle (if you could actually buy these planes at retail!) is $125.00
    Each ticket costs $5.00 and you can buy as many tickets as you like.
    Raffle will end on: 31 March 2014

    Funds are being raised to bringing Marechallannes over for Origins 2014 as this years Lend-Lease member.


    This raffle has finished.
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    clipper1801

    The First World War from Above

    Sounds Excellent! I will be looking it up, Mrs Clipper and I take turns with evening programs and it's my turn Friday!

    clipper1801 Today, 20:43 Go to last post
    BwanaJoe

    The First World War from Above

    This is a 59 minute BBC documentary from 2010 of actual aerial footage taken from an airship in 1919 above the various battlefields and ruined towns of

    BwanaJoe Today, 18:36 Go to last post
    Tokhuah

    Poll - Is history important?

    FYI, all my comments are solely pertaining to WGS.

    I agree that even with the current point system there needs to be moderation to make it

    Tokhuah Today, 18:29 Go to last post
    BwanaJoe

    Hurricon 2017

    Are you hosting anything in the upcoming RECON?

    BwanaJoe Today, 17:54 Go to last post
    Hedeby

    100 Years Ago Today



    18th January 1918

    Late one tonight (just tonight actually as its 11:58pm) so here goes....



    The sloop

    Hedeby Today, 17:28 Go to last post
    BobP

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    BobP

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    http://www.maam.org/wwii/ww2_acft.htm

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    BobP Today, 16:42 Go to last post
    matt56

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    I had gone back and forth with the TM folks a while back, Bob, providing them info on AH ships and Italian and French surface units used in the Med and

    matt56 Today, 16:42 Go to last post
    BobP

    How about a couple of Aussie WW2 classics?

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    BobP Today, 16:38 Go to last post
    Jager

    How about a couple of Aussie WW2 classics?

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    Jager Today, 16:19 Go to last post
    Beer&pretzels

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    Beer&pretzels Today, 16:10 Go to last post
    BobP

    How about a couple of Aussie WW2 classics?

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    BobP Today, 14:43 Go to last post
    surfimp

    Poll - Is history important?

    Another thing about the points system: as much as I appreciate the effort it took to create, and the mere fact that it exists at all, I am not sure that

    surfimp Today, 14:43 Go to last post
    Lilyludik

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    Lilyludik Today, 14:29 Go to last post
    Tokhuah

    Poll - Is history important?

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    Tokhuah Today, 14:12 Go to last post
    BlackSpy

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    Nice, old but new to me.

    BlackSpy Today, 14:06 Go to last post
    Jager

    How about a couple of Aussie WW2 classics?

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    Jager Today, 13:52 Go to last post
    BobP

    How about a couple of Aussie WW2 classics?



    Here is a photo I took at the MAM a few years back.

    BobP Today, 13:39 Go to last post
    Kustenjaeger

    Poll - Is history important?

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    Kustenjaeger Today, 13:22 Go to last post
    surfimp

    Poll - Is history important?

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    Hamlet

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    Hamlet Today, 12:56 Go to last post
    kalnaren

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    kalnaren Today, 12:19 Go to last post
    Tokhuah

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    Tokhuah Today, 11:57 Go to last post
    PilGrim

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    PilGrim Today, 10:51 Go to last post
    Naharaht

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    Naharaht Today, 10:41 Go to last post
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