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Discussion in 'Introductions' started by Kate, Feb 3, 2016.

  1. Kate

    Kate Active Member

    If you're looking in at the forum and haven't said anything yet, please introduce yourself... I'd love to get some lively and thoughtful conversations going!

    Which military engagement holds your interest more than the others? (American Civil War for me.)

    Do you come from a military family? (Absolutely yes for me... every war, conflict, and engagement in history saw the sacrifices and blood of someone in my family.)

    Name a topic, any topic! (Well okay, don't take that TOOOO far, or I'll get in trouble here! Keep it clean and pertaining to the military, okay?!) ;)
  2. Theodore Rainford

    Theodore Rainford explorerx7

    Hello, to all forum members. I am here to give my 2 cents on matters relating to war and conflicts. World War II affairs are of great interest to me. However, I am also concerned about later worrying developments.
  3. Kate

    Kate Active Member

    Welcome, Theodore! It's good to see you here. Just jump in on any interesting conversations you see and I'll be looking forward to reading your two cents of thoughts. :) Sometimes when I use the phrase myself, I add "feel free to give change" because more often than not, someone will. hehe

    I don't know a whole lot about WWII, so I'm hoping to learn something from your posts.

    By "later worrying developments" you mean current, yes? If so, there's a section for that, too... talk away!
  4. bless them all

    bless them all New Member

    hi new to this site doing a lot of family research in my retirement found loads regarding ww1 in all my families, also my granddad was boar war & ww1 done 22 years, my dad done 18 years was second wave into France with bef & was part of the holding battalion so the troops could get of the beaches escaped from St malo about three weeks latter on granddads side have a MM awarded & got a relative with no known grave we go to Poziers cemetery once a year to pay respects, in fact we probably have more once I do more research also wife lost a uncle at St Nazier whilst on a gardening run flying sterling's
    bless them all

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