Last weekends WWII Living History.

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    For all of you who don't visit the Coffee Shop.

    The mud pit.

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    A closer view.

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    Brit camp with British WACs.

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    The field medical station.

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    Marines hanging out.

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    Close up of the German command tent.

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    A "liberated" British bike.

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    A very small part of a sidearm collection.

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    A Czechoslovakian VZ 30

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    An American BAR.

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    Vehicles.

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    Nice little collection. Most of the stuff looks in great shape. Especially the vehicles.
     
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    Me want MG42 in the first pic!!!
     
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    Wow. :thup:
     
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    I do hope they didn't have anyone dressed as Nazis. That makes them Nazi Lovers, to the intellectually challenged.
     
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    Point taken.

    My wife and I went to the Reading Air show a few summers ago and they had a very large number of these guys and gals dressed up in WWII uniforms. American and British uniforms were the most numerous followed by German. Didn't see anyone in a "Class A" Nazi uniform (if it's called that) with swastika arm band although I'm certain no one would have been offended. A good time was had by all but that stuff is a little too nerdy for me. :lol:
     

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