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    Des Taff Jenkins

    Re: The Police State ?

    HI John.
    I have always had sympathy for the Aboriginals, probably comes from the way they were originally treated. What I don't agree with is the

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    Des Taff Jenkins

    Re: Better late than never ?

    HI John.
    Our glorious leader in Canberra has just stopped anyone buying up Australia, if they do they face a fine of up to $200 million, the only

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    j.sabourn

    Re: The Police State ?

    Ive. Just had my porridge so until the suns over the yard arm have no acceptable excuses .cheers jS.

    j.sabourn Today, 01:26 AM Go to last post
    Des Taff Jenkins

    Re: Television

    Thanks to Keith we now have months of comedy on Green Green Grass. We are starting to have weekly repeats, it's a bit like four on and four off, don't

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    Paul Johnson

    Re: The Police State ?

    Hi JS,
    I shall reply to this later in the day when I have not had a glass or two.

    Paul Johnson Today, 01:15 AM Go to last post
    Paul Johnson

    Re: Korea, The Forgotten War.

    Hi Fouro,
    Thanks for this, very interesting and humbling. I sailed with a Chief Cook on the 'Otaio', John Callum, who served in Korea as a cook

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    j.sabourn

    The Police State ?

    Thread Starter: j.sabourn

    If the usual cry from the dissidents who are always complaining and showing it by public disorder in general , then what I see by their actions of public

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    Bill Morrison

    Ships Bows

    Thread Starter: Bill Morrison

    Lately looking at the bows of ships, they don't have the clean lines that I was used to apart from the bulbous bow I never gave it much thought.

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    Keith at Tregenna

    D Day.

    Thread Starter: Keith at Tregenna

    The Role of the Royal Navy and Merchant Navy in D-Day.

    On 6th June 1944 the largest amphibious invasion of the Second World War took place.

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    Colin Duncan

    Sources of info on MN WW1 POW's

    Thread Starter: Colin Duncan

    According to family lore, my grandfather, one James Jappy of Buckie, during WW1 while serving as Chief Engineer on a coastal vessel, was taken prisoner

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    Fouro

    My Favourite Wee Cargo Boat.

    Thread Starter: Fouro

    I grew up round these parts shown in the video. In my early teen school days I even went canoeing on the Forth and Clyde canal.
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    Mike Hall

    Kent messenger

    Thread Starter: Mike Hall

    In the latest issue of the above weekly newspaper is an article about the ship Richard Montgomery,which lies off Sheerness.
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