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Ernie Pyle Vs. Revisionist history on "Patton 360" YouTube

I just finished reading my 1944 copy of Ernie Pyle’s Brave Men.  It was a learning experience;  books listed in the sidebar represent only about 25% of the biographies, and autobiographies I have read since I was nine years old.   3,363 more words


New Product Release

A little something to fit in between the very rural European country buildings and the city buildings.  I wanted to make something for small towns and villages.   7 more words

285th Scale New Products

13 July 2000, 2Bn 330 IR, Moves into Reserve near Sainteny

Another 13 July overlay.  This is fairly straight forward.  2 Bn, 330 IR moves back into reserve between Sainteny and Culot.  It will be left behind as the rest of 330 IR moves toward les Champs-de-Losque, to the right of 1 Bn, 60 IR, 9 ID. 8 more words


Peugeot PX10

Stunning customer’s Peugeot PX10 circa the 1970s. Reynolds 531 tubing with Nervex Italian style lugs. Drivetrain consists of Stronglight 93 cranks run with a 14-30 toothed Suntour 888 freewheel. 35 more words


The Atheling and the Tragedy of the White Ship

In the late summer of 1103 England’s queen, Matilda of Scotland, gave birth to a son. Named after his grandfather, William the Conqueror, the young prince would be known to history as… 2,064 more words

English History

Ruined Buildings Part 1

I wanted to make some more ruined and battle damaged buildings for my table top, and thought i would document the process with the help of Colonel Mustard. 472 more words

1/72 Scale