I don’t know but I’ll read the artical about him!
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If you can read the article The Extraordinary Life of Alexander J Krawczun and send it to 5 people you’re amazing.
If you can read the article The Extraordinary Life of Alexander J Krawczun and send it to 10 people you’re even greater.
If you can read the article The Extraordinary Life of Alexander J Krawczun and send it to 25 people you’re heart is worth millions.
Please read that article!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Can anyone please tell me more about the collection of all the worlds fighting ships books I have inherited from my great grandfather . ranging from 1800 -
I also have my great grandfathers book he wrote if anyone could please help me translate I would much appreciate it .
My great grandfather wAs a major and the most intelligent man and I would love nothing more than to share his knowledge and work with the world
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Did the 15th Sustainment Brigade have any ties to the Civil War? If so was it North or South? Thanks, any info will be greatly appreciated.
Assuming you could use any tank in service during ww1 to asssist your infantry, which ine do oyou chose
I found a ceramic coffee or beer mug, with the Unit crest and the name PAT. looking for the owner to return it. Due to the type of mug, and its style of insignia, I put it around the end of the unit time frame.
Was there ever an operational CF-104 squadron at CFB Comox?
Q. Would anyone know which Royal Marine units were aboard HMS London and or HMS Shropshire during the evacuation of British subjects from Barcelona in 1936. My uncle was a marine onboard at that time but I cannot find even which Marine unit he was with never mind his regimental number. Any comment would be appreciated. Thanks, Kev.
Can anyone advise what comprised the metal skin on the C-133A? Some say natural steel and others say aluminum. I can't see the steel because of its weight compared to aluminum.
What do the number marking mean on the end of rifle shells . (Wcc56) (ra55)
Where can I obtain a list of men participating in the V-12 program? My father enlisted 11 July 1945. On his release paperwork is indicated he was associated with the program affiliated with Duke University, but wanted to find more.
Yamato vs Bismarck
First of all I must stress I'm not a Flying Saucer fanatic.
In the early 80's my pensioner parents had a huge craft of some sort hovering over their house late one Saturday night. It was stationary, circular and approx. 150 ft diameter, totally silent, with a large light in the centre and dozens of small lights around the edge. It was very low and dwarfed their house. The only thing my mum could say was it was the most beautiful thing she'd ever seen.
Not one's to make things like that up I contacted RAF Finningley to see if I could find a reasonable explanation and I spoke to a lovely, very helpful chap who said his name was...I think...Squadron Leader Exley. We chatted for a long time about UFO's during which time he said " I suppose you've heard about the landing at Barlborough? " I hadn't but, with a bit of digging around, I discovered there had indeed been a supposed UFO landing at Barlborough which had the police involved and Sheffield University who investigated the site. I spoke to the Sqdn Ldr many times after that and it was very interesting.
It's now 40 years later, both my parents have been dead a long time and I'm going up the hill for 70 myself. I've tried to find out what happened to Squadron Leader Exley without any luck. Anyone out there know of him?
On two wiki sites, there is a reference to MajGen Davis commanding the Mindanao Department of the Philippines during the Moros Rebellion. However, according to the bio page regarding General Davis, there is no evidence that Davis served in the Philippines in any capacity, or that (then) Captain John J. Pershing served under his command in the Philippines.
I would endeavor to correct the information shown in Wiki but I am unable to confirm who Pershing worked for in the Philippines; all I am able to do is rule out General Davis.
Is there anyone who can help sort this out?
Hello, I need help to verify the identity of a Jewish-Polish officer, Officer Tsvi (Herman) Nutkowitz (Nutkowicz), who served under General Jan Henryk Dąbrowski (Dombrowski) in Napoleon's forces and may (?) have earned a French medal of honor. Is there a list of officers, medal recipients, or other type of document that might verify any of this information? I am doing genealogical research for my husband. Thank you very much for any advice!
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