Are Welsh people more succesful soldiers?

#2
Really? How interesting. No no really. We're all delighted for you
 
#4
Richard Burton was Welsh, and he played a blinder leading that commando raid on the Schloss Adler, so I'd say you might have a point.

Now, off to the NAAFI with this thread.
 
#5
CarpeDiem said:
Really? How interesting. No no really. We're all delighted for you
Offa should have dug that dyke deeper to keep them all in!!!!
 
#12
Private_Pike said:
Onlywhen surrounded by 1,000,s of angry Zulu wariors
Cue Warrior-poet and some pointed reference to Brixton.
 
#13
Mister_Angry said:
and? opinions are like arrseholes - every fule got one.
...but you don't want to see them all.

I think Edward Longshanks is probably the best authority on the Welsh military capability. The only notable Welsh commander of the modern era I can think of is General Picton (Penn. War/Waterloo).
 
#15
The Welsh - excellent soldiers?

Are you drunk?
 
#16
sandmanfez said:
Private_Pike said:
Onlywhen surrounded by 1,000,s of angry Zulu wariors
Cue Warrior-poet and some pointed reference to Brixton.
No he has to log off and go to one of his Nationalist websites to find a semi- relevant quote to cut and paste.
 
#17
Of course they are. Haven't you seen Windsor Davies in 'It Ain't Half Hot Mum'.
 

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#18
Mister_Angry said:
and? opinions are like arrseholes - every fule got one.
Some are more use than others and some are just full of Sh1t
 
#20
Define success?

Do they stay in for 22 years and get out to be the same rank (Mr)?

I like welsh blokes, a right laugh when they are drunk...
 
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