Discussion in 'Military History and Militaria' started by johno123, Oct 14, 2008.
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I would like to talk with anyone who has info regarding the Battle of Crete
The Brits won, mate. They got one of their number to rise very early and cover all the sun-beds with their towels before the Boxheeds even got up that morning.
Hope this helps.
There are two special places. There are bookshops and libraries. Use them.
He wants info on battlefield tours not the battle itself. Read the post Crabby! Can anyone help?
Just wondered if this should have read "I would like to talk with anyone who has info regarding the Battle of Crete tours"
Google is your friend - CLICKY
Looking thoroughly like a complete tit. I hang my head in shame and await any bodily fluids or produce thrown in my direction.
Crabby you are twat, now go to the top of the class & jump of. Thank you for the replys, I live here in Crete & I know that there are Battlefield TOURS, I thought that I might get some up to date info from here.
Google link no good then? Where abouts on Crete are you - approximately
Bit harsh, I recognised my mistake!
A suggestion would be that if your original post had contained slightly more information you may have got more answers along the lines of what you're looking for.
Crabby I am a man of few words.
Try Nikos A. Kokonas 240 Arkadiou St. 741 00 Rethymnon . Phone (0831) 22.540 . Fax 22.353.
The Military Cemetary in Souda Bay is a good place for information guys that maintain the place always happy to help.
Hope this helps
Google link no good then? Where abouts on Crete are you - approximately[/quote]
I was at Plakias for a while
Thank you Wheel I will give them a call.
Happy check your PM
The Legion's Poppy Travel is taking a tour to Crete in 2009. They also have guides who can help put together a staff ride or battlefield study on the theme. Check out www.Poppytravel.org.uk and if its not up yet call 01622 716 729
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