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UK Based Re-enactment group, re-creating living history with displays of the US Airborne, Infantry and Marines during WW2.
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Bought this one yesterday at...of all places...a Hutterite colony near Stettler, Alberta. Got it for the princely sum of $25. One of the colony members bought it for his son's to play with...apparently they took no interest. Good for me though, anothe
In addition to the Korean War service pin shown earlier, here are some of the other items I picked up last weekend. General Service pin WWII A Dominion Marksman pin in bronze and a WWI For Service at the Front pin (unfortunately the screw on the
I had the good fortune of finding an airborne folding bicycle on a farm auction last week. The price was really good and the bike itself is almost complete (missing the original front brake and the pedals are postwar replacements). It is actually pretty
Does anyone have a photo of a fully badged DPM smock that can be posted here? I got one recently through a trade and would like to bling it out a bit. Thanks for any help.
Canadian Army- Infantry Canadian Parachute Battalion 1943-1945 My military career began in November 1942, at which time I formally enlisted in the Canadian Army as a private soldier. Actually, I had two years, while at Macdonald College, in the McGill
Hey guys, Got these boots and they look like they may be modified WWII boots to reflect later required styles. They have clearly had material added to the tongue and the upper of the boot, the original boot and soles look WWII to me with the steel toe an