Hull Pals

#1
Anybody here from the Hull Pals?
 
#3
Wal..........Re-enactors perhaps?
 
#4
The Hull pals are alive and digging (Excuse the pun).
 
#5
Are we talking about the Hull pals who were in the E Yorks regt in the Great War, or the chappies who were on the telly prog of the same name ?
 
#6
no the Hull pals of 2006
 
#7
Perhaps you could be a little less cryptic. Presumably, you're historical re-enactors, or do you have a Tardis?
 
#8
We are a TA unit still using the tactics and weapons of 1914
 
#11
polar69 said:
Really , where do you parade ?
We are a rifle company at present but we are going over to SF shortly, I believe we'll be getting that new Vickers machine.
 
#13
polar69 said:
Got rid of the morters then ?
We have a trench mortar detachment at Beverley but they have far more advanced equipment and tactics.
 
#15
Would this be the same Hull Pals that were part of Viking SS Division the other day (fighting off the Leeds Mortar Rifles)
no are you talking about the old 3 PWO
 
#16
If you're not historical re-enactors, why do you bother? Is it just to satisfy some strange fetish for bread 'n' dripping, rickets and scratchy trousers?
 

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#17
tommycooker1914 said:
We are a TA unit still using the tactics and weapons of 1914
waaahhhhhhhhhh

F-wit!
 
#18
Its just the way we do things in Hull all the boys loves it. Bring on the bully beff!.
 
#20
tommycooker1914 said:
Its just the way we do things in Hull all the boys loves it. Bring on the bully beff!.
My grandfather was from Hull, he falsified his age to serve in WW1, and was still serving in 39 with the BEF, was wounded at Dunkirk, never really recovered, and died in 1963.
He will be turning in his grave.
 

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