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    #41
    Don't kill me ...


    twilight
    Next Flights
    28/03/17 EK036 Newcastle - Dubai
    29/03/17 EK317 Dubai - Tokyo (Narita)

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      #42
      Back to reading The Horse Boy by Rupert Isaacson.

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Horse_Boy

      Apparently the film is released next month...
      Daren Cogdon

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        #43
        Just finished Spitfire (see my earlier post) Now reading Without Mercy by Jack Higgins.
        Waiting in the wings:
        Military Blunders
        Military Misdemeanours
        Blood on the Sea: The part of HMS Dunedin in the Enigma capture.
        Blenheim;The preparation
        and a good few more, I seem to have a constant 2 year backlog of books to read and just when I think I'm making progress it's Christmas or my birthdy and people buy me more books.
        The mind once expanded by a new idea never returns to its original size.

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          #44
          "The Road Back", the sequel to Erich Maria Remarque's "All Quiet on the Western Front" Fascinating story of weary soldiers struggling to readjust to civilian life. Which leads me to ask if anyone can tell me the name of the famous American film about servicemen in the same situation after WWII? Can't for the life of me remember.
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            #45
            Finished White Fang by Jack London, now onto his Call of the Wild
            What I know about planes you could write on the back of a beer mat, but I'm looking for bigger beer mats!
            My photos
            http://stumm47.deviantart.com/

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              #46
              Originally posted by Mr Creosote View Post
              "The Road Back", the sequel to Erich Maria Remarque's "All Quiet on the Western Front" Fascinating story of weary soldiers struggling to readjust to civilian life. Which leads me to ask if anyone can tell me the name of the famous American film about servicemen in the same situation after WWII? Can't for the life of me remember.
              "Best years of our lives" Dana Andrews was one of the stars

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                #47
                Originally posted by garryap17 View Post
                "Best years of our lives" Dana Andrews was one of the stars
                That's the one. Much obliged, Sir.
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                  #48
                  No problem, I just remember this movie had Dana Andrews
                  due to the fact he was walking through an ww2 aircraft graveyard at the beginning(just googled it on youtube somebody has posted the graveyard scene) one of these film images that sticks with you from years ago

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                    #49
                    Can anyone recommend any books giving accounts of historic or dramatic flights, not necessarily non fiction?
                    What I know about planes you could write on the back of a beer mat, but I'm looking for bigger beer mats!
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                    http://stumm47.deviantart.com/

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                      #50
                      The drama of the Sharnhorst by Fritz-Otto Busch
                      One hand on the joystick, the other on the ripcord!

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                        #51
                        The Battle of Britain on Screen by S P Mackenzie.

                        Basically a round-up of all the attempts to recreate the battle for the cinema and TV audience.
                        Daren Cogdon

                        Spitfire fanatic

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                          #52
                          Malta Spitfire Aces by Steve Nichols.
                          Excellence is not a skill. It is an attitude.


                          http://planemadanna.blogspot.co.uk/


                          The first quality needed is audacity

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                            #53
                            Originally posted by Plane Space View Post
                            Malta Spitfire Aces by Steve Nichols.
                            Read that one not so long ago. I love the little Aces books.
                            Daren Cogdon

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                              #54
                              Originally posted by Larry66 View Post
                              Can anyone recommend any books giving accounts of historic or dramatic flights, not necessarily non fiction?
                              'Spirit of St Louis'
                              By some chap called Charles Lindbergh
                              We have all seen the film but how many have read the book ?
                              I read it many years ago but remember it as an extrememly well written autobio - has been described as 'eloquent'.

                              regards B

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                                #55
                                Originally posted by bazv View Post
                                'Spirit of St Louis'
                                By some chap called Charles Lindbergh
                                We have all seen the film but how many have read the book ?
                                I read it many years ago but remember it as an extrememly well written autobio - has been described as 'eloquent'.

                                regards B
                                Good calll! Actually I've never seen that film!
                                What I know about planes you could write on the back of a beer mat, but I'm looking for bigger beer mats!
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                                http://stumm47.deviantart.com/

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                                  #56
                                  Originally posted by Larry66 View Post
                                  Good calll! Actually I've never seen that film!
                                  Hi Larry
                                  The film is pretty good,the book is excellent

                                  cheers B

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                                    #57
                                    Originally posted by Larry66 View Post
                                    Good calll! Actually I've never seen that film!
                                    Surprising there's never been a re-make with the inevitable Leonardo Dicaprio in the lead role.
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                                      #58
                                      Originally posted by Mr Creosote View Post
                                      Surprising there's never been a re-make with the inevitable Leonardo Dicaprio in the lead role.
                                      Only a matter of time!
                                      What I know about planes you could write on the back of a beer mat, but I'm looking for bigger beer mats!
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                                      http://stumm47.deviantart.com/

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                                        #59
                                        Originally posted by Mr Creosote View Post
                                        Surprising there's never been a re-make with the inevitable Leonardo Dicaprio in the lead role.
                                        But wasn't Charles Lindbergh a man? :diablo:
                                        WA$.

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                                          #60
                                          Originally posted by Creaking Door View Post
                                          But wasn't Charles Lindbergh a man? :diablo:
                                          some said almost a (ger)man
                                          just kidding ok!

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