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Michael Miller wrote: ↑
28 May 2022 20:51
Not only will you be removing a valuable member but you will be behaving in a petulant fashion that is probably beneath you.
Little hope John ever reconsiders a decision. He is little known for his flexibility or his listening skills.
That said, most if not all of his recent additions were just duplicating what's on wwiidigitalarchives.org/ and other websites. We don't lose much by stopping his "relesase" posts.
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Understandable. Good luck and keep up the good work.
The enemy had superiority in numbers, his tanks were more heavily armoured, they had larger calibre guns with nearly twice the effective range of ours, and their telescopes were superior. 5 RTR 19/11/41
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this behavior is desired.
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John posted his blogger's (private) editing address by mistake there. This is the blog's actual address:
As for the Forum der Wehrmacht link, as UlrichH wrote, one needs to be registered to access it (which is free).
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I believe it is unlikely that anything substantial will be added here, as this was essentially John Calvin's thread. He has left, and it is known where he can be reached if necessary. It is NOT necessary to continue debating his personality. Therefore, I close this thread for the time being.
There are times in history when staying neutral means taking sides.