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PostSubject: Another new member   Another new member EmptyThu Mar 21, 2013 10:39 am

Hello...Just to introduce myself...Found your forum purely by accident..and what a good accident to have....I am mostly into ww2 and am a member of ww2forums and ww2 talk..My only forum interests apart from this one now. I have an interest too in English History from Harold to the 3 Edwards with a particular interest in the battle of Evesham and my hero if you like...Simon De Montfort..I have dabbled in and out of the zulu wars...its politics as much as the war and battles...I find its logistics to be amazing. Have many publications and books, which I'm sure you all own also. When I tire of ww2 or Edwards, I revert back to my original love of the zulu wars. Its always there and fascinates me.
I am ex British forces...RAF..a war pensioner retired...although I never went to war...bad accident in RAF finished my career. I have a forces gallows humour so I'll apologise in advance.

Good to be here...good to find this excellent site...I'll be reading constantly before doing much posting...I have a lot to read it seems...Thanks.
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PostSubject: Re: Another new member   Another new member EmptyThu Mar 21, 2013 11:29 am

Welcome urqh hope you enjoy yourself here , and yes there is so much to read and eventually discuss .
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