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Old 13-02-08, 11:25 AM
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.. I know that they are very common, but another of the badges that are particularly fond .... Have all been found and two nearby in Italy, one signed Gaunt near Bologna and the other in Trieste ....
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Mufasa,
quite interesting ,historically speaking, is the one from Trieste.
This was the scene of a really major 'stand-off'(confrontation) between the Kiwis(NZer's) & Tito's forces at the end of WW2.
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But even here rimini New Zealanders, the Kiwis, have created a special memory. It was the first, with the Greeks, to enter the city across the bow of August (70 dc) and their Shermann bogged is the symbol of the liberation of Rimini ...
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... 21th september 44... new zealand soldiers, the sherman tank and the romans 'arco d'Aususto"... ciao Dragonz18 da Oriano.........
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