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post #11 of 14 (permalink) Old 12-13-08, 02:25 AM
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yep definately some cool pics. I always wanted to see some colour, it kinda give a more emotional feel when it's not monochrome! Good find + rep

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They do almost look like a re-enactment don't they?


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Very interesting, I liked the second world war in colour series when it was on at the time as well, as folks have said gives you more of a connection seeing it like that.



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Very cool find.

Lately, I've been on quite an obsessive run of reading/learning regarding WW1...

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