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  • What do You Want in the WW1 Forum

    What topics would you like to discuss and debate in this forum? Recently I have noticed a decrease in the number of people visiting and participating in the WW1 forum and I wish to know what people want to see here that would encourage them to visit this forum more often. Please post your ideas and suggestions in this thread. Thanks! :thumb:

    From Your WW1 Moderator
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    Re: What do You Want in the WW1 Forum

    Originally posted by Napoleon
    What topics would you like to discuss and debate in this forum? Recently I have noticed a decrease in the number of people visiting and participating in the WW1 forum and I wish to know what people want to see here that would encourage them to visit this forum more often. Please post your ideas and suggestions in this thread. Thanks! :thumb:

    From Your WW1 Moderator
    I'd like to see some biographies...Lettow-Vorbeck for example, but there are many in WW1 that I don't know their names and so don't know who to ask for.

    Because of my location, I'm interested in the British Mesopotamian campaigns (I have maps to share, but am afraid they're too big).

    I'm also interested in Verdun (which is being discussed).

    The Polish War of Independence (not sure if that's what it was called) c. 1920 and the role of the Freikorps, as well as the communist insurrections in Germany immediately post-WW1 would seem to fit into this forum, and hold great interest for me.

    There's a start. More opinions please!

    JS
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      What say we get out of the mud and talk U-Boats and Zepplins.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Tiger1
        What say we get out of the mud and talk U-Boats and Zepplins.
        We need to talk about something before this place gets stagnant.

        JS
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        Time Magazine's Person of the Year for 2003 & 2006


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