Re: [S-R] Dukla Pass Battle Photos
- Ahoj Bill,
In 2003 I visted Dukla for the 2nd time. On this occasion
I was accompanied by my cousin's husband who fought
(We spent a number of days trolling up the souhtern side
of the Tatra range attempting to visited some of the
spots that he fought at during WW2.)
Firstly, we believe that the military equipment at Dukla
has not been abandoned willy-nilly so as to be a military
junk yard but to act as an outdoor museum display.
Perhaps selective removal may be more accurate. It is
Secondly, war is always ugly, (even in Iraq). It was
impressed on me that the Russian Army whilst in charge,
used slovak grunts to spearhead the advances & cop the
greater casualities. Even the CSR advance into Prague
was delayed several hours to allow the Reds the glory of
being first on the scene and thus be liberators.
PS How do I get UPPER CASE on my SK keyboard? eg è
reverts to 4 when I depress the shift or caps lock keyz.
--- Bill Tarkulich <bill.tarkulich@...> wrote:
> Dukla Pass Battle Photos=====
> For those interested in military history, I have posted
> several period
> photos from the WWII battle for Dukla Pass on the
> Slovakia-Poland border
> where so many lives were lost.
> Bill Tarkulich
> [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
May a kind Providence prosper your efforts.
Regards / ciao / S pozdravom,
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