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PostSubject: introducing LaSallian   introducing LaSallian EmptyFri Oct 15, 2010 3:19 am

Hello Chaps,

Thought I should introduce myself!

I'm a 40 something Englishman now living in Canada, Married several kids, dogs etc...

I've always been a military history buff, I remember watching the Zulu films as a boy crouched behind the coffee table with my rifle taking shots at the Zulu hoard!

Several years later I am still playing soldier, now as a reenactor in Canada with a group portraying a British Army unit in the war of 1812.

My main knowledge base is the war of 1812, but I want to learn more about the Anglo-Zulu war.

I stumbled across this forum and am extremely impressed by the vast amount of knowledge here, Kudos to you all!

Thanks for having me!

LaSallian.
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PostSubject: LaSallian   introducing LaSallian EmptyFri Oct 15, 2010 3:26 am

hi LaSallian .
On behalf of all the forum members thanks very much for the kind words .
cheers 90th.
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PostSubject: Re: introducing LaSallian   introducing LaSallian EmptyFri Oct 15, 2010 7:18 am

Welcome LaSallian, enjoy the forum. Any questions or points you wish to make would be more than welcome.

Regards

(Also 40 something.........waist that is :lol!: )
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PostSubject: Re: introducing LaSallian   introducing LaSallian EmptyFri Oct 15, 2010 1:39 pm

Welcome LaSallian, and thank you for the great introduction, its very rarely we get them. Idea
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LaSallian,. Welcome aboard the ship of knowledge and humour. Wink
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