Battle for Caen - 'Streets of Fire' Sennybridge Fibua

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Re: Battle for Caen - 'Streets of Fire' Sennybridge Fibua

Postby Gadge » Tue Feb 02, 2010 3:03 am

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However, Dog company are splitting into french resistance and Wolverines to help balance the game.

cheers guys. :good:



Thats incredibly decent of them and i'm quite impressed... however I reckon you mean 'werewolves' not 'wolverines'... unless you want PBI to come as 80s Russian Spetsnaz ;)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DprFYMvWXLo

The nazi resistance movement was 'werewolf''/'werwolf' formed in March 45.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Werwolf

The pro nazi civilian movement (and the opposite of the resistance) at the time of Caen and in France would have been the 'Milice'
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Milice
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Postby scaleyback » Tue Feb 02, 2010 7:21 am

well.... its official, i cant make it. i get the car back today with a bill for £153.00. seeing as i am working part-time these days, thats a weeks wages. i wont be at caan. sorry guys. just cant afford it.
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Re: Battle for Caen - 'Streets of Fire' Sennybridge Fibua

Postby Chomley-Warner » Tue Feb 02, 2010 7:31 am

Gadge wrote:... however I reckon you mean 'werewolves' not 'wolverines'...

Gadge - there is definite evidence of Wolverines in WW2, at least from D-Day onwards... :wink:
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Postby Mad Ozzie » Tue Feb 02, 2010 9:54 am

:rofl: :rofl:
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Re: Battle for Caen - 'Streets of Fire' Sennybridge Fibua

Postby Gadge » Tue Feb 02, 2010 10:11 am

Chomley-Warner wrote:
Gadge wrote:... however I reckon you mean 'werewolves' not 'wolverines'...

Gadge - there is definite evidence of Wolverines in WW2, at least from D-Day onwards... :wink:
wolverine.jpg




Hahah nice one CW, I'd mentally erased that film from my memory it was so bad. :giggle: :good:


The opening bit was amazing and if they'd have made the film about wolverine being some 'universal soldier' in the civil war/wwi/ww2/ vietnam etc tit woudl have been tons better.

All the same, good on Dog Co for deciding to go as French for the Caen battle!
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Re: Battle for Caen - 'Streets of Fire' Sennybridge Fibua

Postby Gunman » Tue Feb 02, 2010 11:29 am

lol yes werewolves, im such a cod :slap:

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Re: Battle for Caen - 'Streets of Fire' Sennybridge Fibua

Postby Wladek » Tue Feb 02, 2010 2:26 pm

Gadge wrote:
Chomley-Warner wrote:
Gadge wrote:... however I reckon you mean 'werewolves' not 'wolverines'...

Gadge - there is definite evidence of Wolverines in WW2, at least from D-Day onwards... :wink:
wolverine.jpg




Hahah nice one CW, I'd mentally erased that film from my memory it was so bad. :giggle: :good:


The opening bit was amazing and if they'd have made the film about wolverine being some 'universal soldier' in the civil war/wwi/ww2/ vietnam etc tit woudl have been tons better.



I thought that too :good: ... Though maybe in some Canadian wars, being a Canadian and all (geek drive disabled)
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Re: Battle for Caen - 'Streets of Fire' Sennybridge Fibua

Postby Devonshire Trooper » Mon Feb 08, 2010 11:35 pm

Gadge wrote:Hahah nice one CW, I'd mentally erased that film from my memory it was so bad. :giggle: :good:


I was just annoyed at the films depiction of Dead Pool, total rubbish. :x
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Re: Battle for Caen - 'Streets of Fire' Sennybridge Fibua

Postby Psycho » Sun Feb 28, 2010 11:58 pm

got 2 more for the american airbourne, myself and one other if youve got the space?

coming up from the isle of wight for this one, with a few other 101st players (2 from dog company 506th) :-)

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