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re-enactment politics? :lol:
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You mean they split/reformed/split/reformed..... (repeat to fade) :lol: :wink:
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Nigel wrote:
Donald_McQuag wrote:Reminds me of ooking through My dads scrapbook from SK and ECWS early days, apparantly he was also a close freind of Brigadeer Peter young (who fancied my Mum :shock: ) ah well nice read here.
Incase any one wonders my dads name is Joe Newton.
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Nigel wrote:
Donald_McQuag wrote:Reminds me of ooking through My dads scrapbook from SK and ECWS early days, apparantly he was also a close freind of Brigadeer Peter young (who fancied my Mum :shock: ) ah well nice read here.
Incase any one wonders my dads name is Joe Newton.
OMG my old CO
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