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Often I say "Bis hier stehen wir in die Scheisse" (loosely translated: 'Up to here, we are in the shit') while showing them how high, instead of the usual customary words.
This is an actual period thing.
Karbiner98 wrote:Another question, if you don't mind...
Do you get to select a team to be on or do you get assigned, or is it prearranged?
So what I'm saying is, if teams are lopsided, what is done to alleviate this problem?
Koehler wrote:Another question. Even if a reenactor group disavowels any neo-nazi interests, I am curious to know how the respective governments treat them? Are reenactors groups allowed in Germany, for example? Any reports of harassments or restrictions?
uk not being invaded during the war, so the British public only saw the germans froma distance
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