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    I wish you could do some pics for the Battle of Crete! But I guess you don't have 'now' pictures of the battlefields...
    You are making some very moving pictures there my friend!

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    Quote by LizardKing View Post
    I wish you could do some pics for the Battle of Crete! But I guess you don't have 'now' pictures of the battlefields...
    You are making some very moving pictures there my friend!
    I do not have pics about the battle of crete,as far I can see you come from there and I guess it will be easy for you to take some now pics,in case feel free to post the pics here or if you prefer you can contact me via pm,thanks for your kind reply.
    regards
    carlo

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    Bosnia 1991

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    Trieste-Italy 1945

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    These are fantastic!

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    The Ponte Vecchio Bridge in Florence - Italy -

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    During WWII, the Ponte Vecchio Bridge was not destroyed by Germans during their retreat on the advance of the liberating British 8th on August 1944,as it was too beautiful, however, obstructed by the destruction of the buildings at both ends, which have since been rebuilt using a combination of original and modern design.

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    WOW!!!! Again

    Thank you for this

    Dean O
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    Italy

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    Hitler and Mussolini meet in Rome.
    Hitler arrived in Rome on May 3rd, accompanied by Goebbels and Ribbentrop as well as some five hundred party officials, diplomats, security guards and journalists in three trains.
    Rome was adorned with decorations, including swastikas, and a new street, the Via Adolf Hitler, had been constructed, along which the German leader was driven to the Quirinal Palace, where he stayed as guest of the king Victor Emmanuel III .

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    Hitler and Mussolini leaving the Quirinal palace,Rome 1938.

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