kunnen we net zo goed hollands typen gaat een stuk makklijker
vraagje : on the road to drachten if you com from groningen a7 you see on the left some bunkers one of it got a drawing of the simpsons tho you know if that are bunkers from wo2 en what ther function was if was germans
1945 dated Boiled sweets in bought for a £1 at Beltring. Ground dug at Arnhem but dating from the 1945 liberation era. No reason to disbelieve the seller as he only mentioned it once I bought it.
I had not seen this pattern tin before. Similar to the Pacific ration tins, which it may be part of?
Last edited by Grutte Pier; 07-23-2008 at 10:18 PM.
Hmm, I once donated some B-24 parts from the "Heaven Can Wait" to the Museum in Arnheim. Alas, the parts never went on display and now cannot be relocated. The B-24 went down on 18 September 44 on a supply dropping mission to the Nijmegen DZ. One man is still MIA. Danny
brill pics would love to go there what group are you in its just the pics show about 30 of you all dressed in paras gear thanks rob
Hi Rob, I am with "Summer of '44" LHG. I actually founded the group.
nice finds, I live in Holland and I found also some nice things in Arnhem or Nijmegen.
see my site.