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This photo, taken on June 6, 1944, in England, shows British airborne troops of the 6th Airlanding Brigade admiring the graffiti written on the side of their Horsa glider, which says: "The Channel stopped you, but not us.

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Anyone know the purpose of the axes they were carrying, weapon or tool?
 
I'd forgotten how funny Michael Bentine's Potty Time was. Just ordered the DVD's so thanks for the reminder of a brilliant man.
Michael Bentine was one of the crab air officers who served in MI9 during the war. Look it up if you are not familiar with the organisation.
 
Anyone know the purpose of the axes they were carrying, weapon or tool?

Likely a tool to get out once the glider slams in if it's damaged and the exits are unusable.

As for weapon, it would definitely work for that. Used to keep one under my car seat when in dodgy areas. Still sometimes wish it was to hand when operating around shitsville.
 
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Italian Birds peel of in protest at losing their job with Alitalia



Mama Mia
Fa Bella Figura
Italian Birds peel of in protest at losing their job with Alitalia



He said he was a paraplegic after WWII.
No he said he was paraletic during ww11
 

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