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I admire a man who had great skill in an area of warfare. I truly wish he had been an American or an Englishman or Canadian  but he was not.
We can not admire a man who could support to wear the same garment for x years.
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Well since the Tiger 1 was a petrol engine perhaps the crew tooks turns "dry cleaning" their garments
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Well since the Tiger 1 was a petrol engine perhaps the crew tooks turns "dry cleaning" their garments
How could he support not wearing H&K shirts and a bowler? Such farmer can not be admired
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(xlhell @ 18 Nov. 2004, 02:16) Well since the Tiger 1 was a petrol engine perhaps the crew tooks turns "dry cleaning" their garments
How could he support not wearing H&K shirts and a bowler? Such farmer can not be admired
If my memory serves me correctly, much of Jermyn Street, including the Hilditch & Key store, was destroyed during the blitz. I don't think H&K would want his custom. Perhaps, though, he could have visited their Paris store, open since the 1920s, without a hassle?
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