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Hardwick Hall: the depot of the British Airborne Forces in WW2

Article about: My dad went to hardwick hall after transfering from the royal scots, after passing this and para training at ringway he was posted to 6th AB div, 9th bat, C-coy

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    My dad went to hardwick hall after transfering from the royal scots, after passing this and para training at ringway he was posted to 6th AB div, 9th bat, C-coy

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    thanks for showing that ADE, very interesting, I wanted to visit England, when I was stationed in Italy as I had a lot of good British friends that worked in Gaeta Italy where my ship was, it figures, I got bored with the navy & got out, 1 month after I got home to America, my ship was sent back to Washington state& they spent 3 weeks in England, that's my luck. even though I am a little over half American Indian, my last name is Simpson, now that has to be British.

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    Crazy Horse .... sounds like you got the T-Shirt !!
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    Cheers

    Gary J.
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    Quote by Gary J View Post
    Crazy Horse .... sounds like you got the T-Shirt !!
    (Click on image )

    Cheers

    Gary J.
    LOL, good one Gary, now I'm not lying I swear my dads name really is Homer Simpson, I am telling you the truth, he used to get prank calls for years& in desert storm, my buddies called me bart, so I had a little rubber bart stuck in the back of my helmet band, I lost it somewhere, whats wierd is his leg got broke off, so he got disabled over there before me, my luck again.

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