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Re: mix photos ww2-modern

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Re: mix photos ww2-modern

Post by alpino » Wed Sep 15, 2021 4:59 pm

Rambled through this entire forum the past two weeks...
what's the deal with all the Nazi "hero" photographs?
I can see German WW2 vehicles with their crews,
but all the Nazi & SS shet... creepy as hell
M38 1951 행운의 전쟁 조랑말 "Good Luck War Pony"
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44x carrier pigeons - military vehicles eh

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Re: mix photos ww2-modern

Post by Pat Martinez » Wed Sep 15, 2021 7:04 pm

This is part of our and the worlds history. Do you want to censor what happened to our grandfathers because it offends you? If we do not acknowledge our past we are bound to repeat it. I don't see these posts as glorification , but as historical education. Thanks to the poster for all these years of research and information. Much appreciated. Too much PC alteration of history these days anyway. God bless America.

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Re: mix photos ww2-modern

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Re: mix photos ww2-modern

Post by alpino » Sun Sep 19, 2021 4:35 am

Pat Martinez wrote:
Wed Sep 15, 2021 7:04 pm
This is part of our and the worlds history. Do you want to censor what happened to our grandfathers because it offends you? If we do not acknowledge our past we are bound to repeat it. I don't see these posts as glorification , but as historical education. Thanks to the poster for all these years of research and information. Much appreciated. Too much PC alteration of history these days anyway. God bless America.
Very politely asking, your grandfather was in the SS? I was raised on the knees of [US] WW2 & Korea vets, mostly Army, a few Navy fliers. And then all my cousins in Vietnam, all infantry, not on knees but at keggers. The stuff I'm surprised about here on a US military vehicle forum. "bound to repeat it" what lesson is in studio portraits of SS troops? I teach world history in HS, as a conservative combat infantry veteran, nothing PC or revised, believe me, I have to live in this 1619 brave new world taught these days in our schools. Again, showing German troops & their vehicles is one thing... although this is a US military vehicle site, but a lot of the SS stuff is baseless glorification, I suppose not if they told us what the iron crosses were won for [killing lots of US or Canadian troops, lmfao]. Saw a few pics of US troops, going ashore, with a look on their faces I have infortunatelly seen. No problem, although I could ask as a teacher "what contex do these photos have to G503?" God has blessed America [although I wonder these days] & God bless you brother.
M38 1951 행운의 전쟁 조랑말 "Good Luck War Pony"
GPW 1945 "Chow Hound"
M100 trailer 1951
LPCs Leather Personel Carriers 1980-2007 size 13.5 boots
44x carrier pigeons - military vehicles eh

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Re: mix photos ww2-modern

Post by Steve Webb » Sun Sep 19, 2021 6:23 am

This is not a US military site it is a very wide ranging place with many interests and topics.
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Re: mix photos ww2-modern

Post by Fernmelder » Sun Sep 19, 2021 8:53 am

3959 Eight photo down:
Jeep on the left seems to have had the rear seat moved to the passenger side, and the passenger seat moved to the rear. Any English or Australians out there know of this practice, or is it just a unique example?

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Re: mix photos ww2-modern

Post by Steve Webb » Sun Sep 19, 2021 12:24 pm

Probably a flipped photo. Lot's of pics with left hand bolt action rifles that were never made!
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Re: mix photos ww2-modern

Post by W. Winget » Sun Sep 19, 2021 5:25 pm

Not flipped, and there's some spring device, perhaps an antenna system on the corner. All tires seem to have been changed out for alternate terrain style rubber, the jeep behind has the originals.
So why a bench seat up front?
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