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Author:  liebstandarte [ Sat Nov 25, 2006 16:14 pm ]
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Hi crabby,
Those pics look the mutts nutts !!

Author:  Crabtree [ Sat Nov 25, 2006 20:29 pm ]
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We've got some of our show dates for 2007 confirmed now, they are....

WARS Training Weekend 3-4th March 2007

Churnet Valley Railway - 28-29th April

Waltham Abbey - 5 - 7th May

Burton Brewery - 2 -3rd June

Ashby Magna - 16 - 17th June

Beltring War & Peace Show

Detling Military Odyssey - 25 - 27th August

The Victory Show - 8 - 9th September

Author:  Steve Das Reich [ Mon Nov 27, 2006 11:30 am ]
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Hi Neil, what are the gigs like at Burton Brewery and Ashby Magna ?

Author:  Crabtree [ Mon Nov 27, 2006 11:35 am ]
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We did Burton in its first year and it was not bad actually, give or take a few teething problems, which three years on will hopefully be resolved. Very good dance / chance for a social at night as the pub is on site.

Ashby Magna, is just a nice chilled out tractor and steam show. It was quite rewarding last year as we were the only German group there which meant we got alot of interest off the MOP's.

Neil.

Author:  Steve Das Reich [ Mon Nov 27, 2006 11:54 am ]
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Do they accept bookings from all Axis groups ?

Author:  Crabtree [ Mon Nov 27, 2006 11:57 am ]
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I honestly don't know mate as events is not my specialist subject.

Have a natter with our organizeress and she should be able to put you right :lol:

Author:  Steve Das Reich [ Mon Nov 27, 2006 11:59 am ]
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Cheers mate I will have a word with Emm..

Author:  liebstandarte [ Mon Nov 27, 2006 18:01 pm ]
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Organizeress... I like it :rofl:

(We up there again now ??)

Author:  Steve Das Reich [ Wed Nov 29, 2006 15:31 pm ]
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Emma is a great girl and a good organizeress

Author:  taff [ Wed Nov 29, 2006 18:12 pm ]
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looked at the events sheet, a nice mix of shows there...and nationwide too. no wonder GD are going places!

Author:  kurt Volkmar [ Thu Nov 30, 2006 10:49 am ]
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I hear we get free beer at the Burton Brewery show :wink:

Author:  Steve Das Reich [ Thu Nov 30, 2006 13:48 pm ]
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DR wanna come then, bring Das Disco !

Author:  kurt Volkmar [ Thu Nov 30, 2006 14:15 pm ]
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If only they did Steve, if only mate :cry:

Author:  Steve Das Reich [ Thu Nov 30, 2006 14:49 pm ]
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We could have one hell of a party, free beer, great sounds... keep dreaming.

Author:  Evil Jim [ Thu Nov 30, 2006 18:22 pm ]
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who said free beer. :D

Author:  Crabtree [ Fri Dec 01, 2006 15:25 pm ]
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I know a few of you have been asking after these pics of my recent hols in Berlin, and now i've finally got round to sorting them out, so here they are...


View from the Victory Column down the Staße des 17 Juni, present day and on 20th April 1939 (Hitlers 50th)

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The Tiergarten

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The Humboldt University. Books were thrown out of the windows and doors during the SA book burning of May 10th 1933, and the pire lit on Opernplatz.

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How the site of the Furher bunker looks today.

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The heart of the government district the beginning of the 19th centuary up until the end of the war, the Wilhelmstaße, now a residential area.

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This is the street that Mohnke's and other groups scampered across during the breakout from the Fuhrer bunker, running just down the road and into the U-Bahn station 'Kaiserhof'. (You've seen it in Downfall :) )

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The station was eventually destroyed in the war, rebulit and re-opened in 1950, and re-named Mohrenstraße. The red marble on the walls was taken from the Reich Chancellery.

All thats left of Gestapo headquarters (the cells below ground level) just behind you can see the remains of the Berlin Wall.

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The bomb damaged front and spire of the Kaiser Wilhelm church.

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The front of the Cecilienhof, site of the Potsdam Conference.

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The remaining facade of the Anhalter Bahnhof station, which remains as a memorial.

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Inside the near by bunker on Schoneberger Straße, which provided shelter for Railway Staff and upto 12,000 civillians.

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And finally, and bit of battle damage.

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