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http://forum.axishistory.com/app.php/rules7. Posting images
We realize that many members have collections of photographs, or photographs of museum items, militaria or scale models. Such images are welcome and the rules below do not generally apply to them. To avoid confusion, however, we recommend that you mark your image(s) or note in the post that the image(s) are from your personal collection. Members should still observe the guidelines regarding very large images, in respect for members with slow connections or small screen resolutions.
Only post enough images to make your point. This will in most cases be no more than 2 - 3 images, and you must always be able to explain why you have posted any image. If posting more than 5 images in one thread, you must have a very clear reason for doing so.
Listing the source of the images
The administration appreciate that many of the discussions require illustrations, including period photographs. At the same time, we would like to maintain the high quality that the Axis History Forum is known for. Therefore, we require that our members list the source of the photographs they post. The required information depends on the source of the photograph.
Books and magazines: The author and title of the book. Page number is also preferred, but not required.
Archives: The archive name and reference, as per the instructions of the archive.
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If you do not remember the source, you must explicitly write this (this is not a carte blanche to state that the source for all the photographs you post are unknown, and abuse of this method is not accepted).
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Hello all,Fredobedo wrote:Hello all,
Can anyone explain the difference between the German road signs with a black border (the most common) and those with a red border?
After some research, maybe the red border would be for the temporary roads. Someone would have any idea ?