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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

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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

Normandie

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

Lyotard

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