World War 2

I did two tours myself pal.

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That’s just about the best post I’ve ever read on here.

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I was trying to get something on my grandfather’s exploits on D-day … Allegedly he killed 258 Germans, saved his etire unit and carried his best mate 100 miles to safety, but that’s for another day.

I did find this on him from 1942 - Thomas Frayne.

It’s not quite up there with my two tours in the FCA but impressive all the same.


I did a very significant tour of duty with An Slua Muiri but I don’t like to talk about it.


Thank you for your service


Thank god it’s over now

I’dsay @kyle did more hooring than touring

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Bayeux is worth a visit

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Could take in the famous tapestry as well.

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Why did they let that happen? Wasn’t war inevitable? Did they presume we’d let them have the use of them?