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When Hollywood Ruled The Skies - Volumes 1 through 4 by Bruce Oriss

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 Post subject: Hew al
PostPosted: Sat Jul 20, 2013 12:21 pm 
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Hey All,

My names Doug (named after Douglas Bader) and i am from the UK, i work for an american Software Company headquartered in Indianapolis but im based out of the UK.
My grandfather served on Destroyers and his brother served on Submarines in the Royal Navy during WW2 and my great uncle flew Spitfires for the RAF. Along with the fact that my mother was in the RAF Police with 85 Squadron i guess my love of aviation and all things WW2 was inevitable.

I love all warbirds and genuinely don't think i could isolate a favourite one. The Douglas B-20 Boston is a great one because well my name is Douglas and Boston Massachusetts is probably one of my favourite places in the US (i go maybe twice a year).

Anyway it's great to finally sign up here. :D

He was quoting Shakespeare, "Henry the 4th" I think, he said. "We owe God a death, if we pay it today, then we don't owe it tomorrow".

Only Angels Have Wings (1939) Cary Grant/Jean Arthur

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