Discussion in 'Military History and Militaria' started by Bailey, Aug 9, 2007.
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Brilliant set of photos they deserve more recognition.
Anyone know what's the story behind the 3rd Royal Anglian's silver drums?
These are brilliant.
Quality, Brigadier Starling as OC Brecon in 1968, he took my passing out parade in August 1981!
Hmmm... This Spiers wouldn't be the son of Ronald Spiers erstwhile commander of Easy Coy of the 506th, 101st Airbourne, AKA Band of Brothers?
The timeline looks right ie: early 60's.
Further browsing means I have answered my own question.
Seems not as he was 8 months old and in India in 1941.
Julian Brown as a second luuey - remember him as COS 2 Div and Brigadier Sennelager. The rows between him and Arthur were legendary.
Suely this photo should be in the ally thread?
Is that Huggy Bear from Starsky and Hutch on the left?
Looks like he's wearing the tropical version of this,
Is that yer outfit for the Edinburgh Crawl Bretta me boy!!!????
Oh they'll LLLLLLLLLLLOVE you lmao fnarrrrrrr!!!
Ya west coast pimp ye!!! But it looks a bit better than yer shell suit
Some excellent photos in there.
Seems like a very interesting chap. He has certainly seen a fair bit and Im sure he could tell us a few stories.
Seems he has succummed to wealthy old man syndrome though as it appears he has shacked up with a shanghai bride
Also I want one of those marmalardes jackets, just for comedy value
Come on Sparky it's no a pimp over this side of country it's a whore master
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