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Made in us
Master Sergeant




Pennsylvania

Since many of us suddenly have time on our hands, I am going to recycle some old blog posts
Most of my recent battle reports are either Ancients or Martian related. But I actually started with Flames of War.
I was running a Canadian unit, the 2nd Squadron, 22nd Regiment "Canadian Grenadier Guards", 4th Canadian Armored Division, aka "Monty's Pythons". From Jan 2012, it's The Battle of St. Zoot the Naughty.
https://philonworldwartwo.blogspot.com/2012/01/aar-battle-of-st-zoot-naughty.html

Enjoy

In the ultimate, victory through excess was cheaper than defeat without waste. 
   
Made in gb
Stealthy Grot Snipa






Northern Ireland

Is that a Grail-shaped beacon I see on the tower of the church in St Zoot's?

Oh bad, wicked, naughty Zoot!

Great battle report. Thanks for re-sharing.

   
 
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