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Battle of Poznan by Dorota97 Battle of Poznan by Dorota97



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Kei2000 Featured By Owner Edited Apr 6, 2016  Student General Artist
Nie ma to jak zapatrzyć się w chmurki w środku bitwy x)
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Dorota97 Featured By Owner Apr 7, 2016
^^
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robertcicheckiart Featured By Owner Mar 30, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
Widzę,że rozgorzała tu u Ciebie dyskusja...fajnie masz,a rusek sobie drzemie,śpi lub nieżywy i w nosie ma wszystko. ;) (Wink)    *
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Dorota97 Featured By Owner Mar 30, 2016
No właśnie widzę, miłe, choć czytanie tego wszystkiego w ich pięknym amerykańskim języku sprawia małe problemy ;) 
Jak to się mówi "po obiadku" ;) 
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robertcicheckiart Featured By Owner Mar 30, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
;) (Wink)    *
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paul1820 Featured By Owner Mar 29, 2016  Professional Artisan Crafter
an American here with family members/losses on both sides in ww2, and must say no one should ever compare ISIS with any professional army, especially the German forces at that time, furthermore if we kept our nose clean in Europe in ww2, we wouldn't have a Middle East problem right now...all professional soldiers are brave, but lets be fair Soviet forces were ' forced to fight' under Stalin's regime and as for ISIS, nothing but a bunch of punks who happen to have scored weapons we left behind in a very volatile country like Iraq...ISIS is our baby and we had and still have an obligation to correct the situation
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Veteran1972 Featured By Owner Mar 29, 2016
Another flower of youth cut down in war.
But win we must, lives will be lost, just make their losses higher.
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koushiro1180 Featured By Owner Mar 29, 2016  Hobbyist Photographer
no truer words ever spoken we yet again are in a conflict with an equally horrible enemy that generation earlier fought with vigor and unending relentless heart.  From Nazis to Isis we as a people must not faulter against such terrible foes.  We as people must not let the mere petty politics divide us as a nation we must stand with the rest of the world against the turmoil!   until its eradicated or left unable to stand ever again!

I'm a historian and pray i can write about the days of this darkness that envelopes this world and that we stomped it out like the way the greatest generation did to Nazism!
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Veteran1972 Featured By Owner Mar 29, 2016
Well said.
I am an old warrior from the time we warriors were hated.
But to quote a movie.
We Were Soldiers.
The war was iffy but we fought because we believed we were making a difference.
We fought for one another as we were all we had. I watched my countrymen wave the enemy flag in my face. Call me a killer.
But I will fight and die to defend them even when unwanted.
I now stand on the thin blue line between peace and chaos. Its my job and my duty.
My greatest honor.
Even when unwanted.
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koushiro1180 Featured By Owner Mar 29, 2016  Hobbyist Photographer
My father is also one 1972 to 1996 I benefited from his service!
My father wore the uniform of the USAF a man who's soul purpose was intelligence he worked with film and gave detail images of the land so warriors like yourself knew the area and territories.

I'm proud of my father's service he fought with a camera and intelligence so many could see the areas and map marks.

Old and new warriors have my respect and my love and i hate when people label our warriors as baby killers i've kicked many in the face for calling my father that especially one nasty faced hoodrat.

I'm 35 and work in Asian cultural research at a university i owe my livelihoods to my father's service.  All my education came from my father's service so i respect all who serve and served!
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Veteran1972 Featured By Owner Mar 29, 2016
I was 1972 to 1975.
US Army. Did a tour in the Nam as a volunteer for special duty. Ask me and I step up. No question no hesitation.
I have seen many of those air recon photos and I did find them better than the paper maps they handed out. More current and better detail. Helped me navigate those jungles.
My brother retired USAF. Computer jock. High tech comms and hacking.
Scary fellow if he gets into the system.
His was Iraq and Afghanistan.
You are most welcome for your support.
Be safe.
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koushiro1180 Featured By Owner Mar 29, 2016  Hobbyist Photographer
my dad is still a very avid photographer and his service allowed him to explore his hobby but also helped in many ways!

Thank you for your service thank you for your time in!
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