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Post by K.Kocjancic » 27 Aug 2003 06:31

Still nothing?

OK, it's 4 digit number.

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Post by K.Kocjancic » 28 Aug 2003 13:21

I'll post the correct number, soo that this thread will be moving on.
The number is 3.074.

Next question:
Name CO of Israel 211. Armour-Brig. and his rank during Jun. '82.

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Post by AHLF » 28 Aug 2003 18:21

Kocjo wrote:I'll post the correct number, soo that this thread will be moving on.
The number is 3.074.

Next question:
Name CO of Israel 211. Armour-Brig. and his rank during Jun. '82.


What's a "CO"? Commanding officer? If so, that is colonel Eli Geva.
best,

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Post by K.Kocjancic » 28 Aug 2003 20:42

AHLF wrote:
Kocjo wrote:I'll post the correct number, soo that this thread will be moving on.
The number is 3.074.

Next question:
Name CO of Israel 211. Armour-Brig. and his rank during Jun. '82.


What's a "CO"? Commanding officer? If so, that is colonel Eli Geva.
best,

AHLF.



Correct!

Your turn.

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Post by AHLF » 29 Aug 2003 16:42

Ok, it goes:

Who was the The chief of Staff of the soviet army in 1952-1960?
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Post by K.Kocjancic » 29 Aug 2003 18:36

AHLF wrote:Ok, it goes:

Who was the The chief of Staff of the soviet army in 1952-1960?
best,

AHLF.


Vasili Danilovich Sokolovski, Marshal of Soviet Union

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Post by AHLF » 29 Aug 2003 18:57

Kocjo wrote:
AHLF wrote:Ok, it goes:

Who was the The chief of Staff of the soviet army in 1952-1960?
best,

AHLF.


Vasili Danilovich Sokolovski, Marshal of Soviet Union


Correct! (that was an easy one, though....:wink:)
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Post by K.Kocjancic » 29 Aug 2003 19:44

Ok, I'll post also an easy one!

Name the man, who is "giving" the last bow (on the carpet between two Honour Guard's Offic.) and name the man, who is dead.
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Post by Juha Tompuri » 29 Aug 2003 20:23

Saddam Hussein & Josip Broz Tito
http://www.titoville.com/

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Post by K.Kocjancic » 29 Aug 2003 20:28

Juha Tompuri wrote:Saddam Hussein & Josip Broz Tito
http://www.titoville.com/


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Post by Juha Tompuri » 29 Aug 2003 20:42

Whisky on the rocks

what?
where?
when?

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Post by Mark V » 29 Aug 2003 22:49

- Soviet (Projekt 613) Whiskey class submarine ran aground

- Swedish archipelago in Baltic Sea, out off Swedish Navy base in Karlskrona

- October 27, 1981


... i couldn't help myself. Give me time till tomorrow :oops:

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Post by Juha Tompuri » 29 Aug 2003 23:27

3x Correct
till tomorrow :)
http://www.blekingemuseum.se/bmcd/u137/ ... lleri.html

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Post by Mark V » 30 Aug 2003 06:08

OK - here it comes:


It started it's life under highly esteemed and very glamorous mark, then came the first practical solution. After that it lived it's adulthood and days of glory under third, very highly esteemed, but not quite so glamorous mark. After bitter struggle it returned in it's old days (on era of this thread) back to first and second brand on the hands of foreigners.

Name "it", the 2 "brands" question here (considering the timeframe), and the not so flattering nick-name of the another of the last two variants.

We can forget the French flair here.

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Post by Marcus » 31 Aug 2003 15:00

Please try and keep these threads moving, if no one gets the answer right, please post a hint.

/Marcus

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