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 Post subject: Re: Napoleon's Non-LEGO Artwork
PostPosted: Fri Sep 24, 2010 6:10 pm 
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Nice, especially like the Hogan's Heroes ... and yes, it was a great show for it's day B)

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 Post subject: Re: Napoleon's Non-LEGO Artwork
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Nice, especially like the Hogan's Heroes ... and yes, it was a great show for it's day B)


Thanks! Yeah, HH is THE best show ever. I've seen every season #1 episode about 100 times...literally. ;D

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 Post subject: Re: Napoleon's Non-LEGO Artwork
PostPosted: Fri Sep 24, 2010 6:46 pm 
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minfigCharmed wrote:
Nice, especially like the Hogan's Heroes ... and yes, it was a great show for it's day B)

Thanks! Yeah, HH is THE best show ever. I've seen every season #1 episode about 100 times...literally. ;D

LOL, that's hilarious lol

All of your art pieces is making me think I should do something too ... thanks for inspiration ;D

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 Post subject: Re: Napoleon's Non-LEGO Artwork
PostPosted: Fri Sep 24, 2010 7:21 pm 
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Nice, especially like the Hogan's Heroes ... and yes, it was a great show for it's day B)

Thanks! Yeah, HH is THE best show ever. I've seen every season #1 episode about 100 times...literally. ;D

LOL, that's hilarious lol

All of your art pieces is making me think I should do something too ... thanks for inspiration ;D


Yeah! I would love to see your art! I hope you do it!

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 Post subject: Re: Napoleon's Non-LEGO Artwork
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Great, job, there were also female snipers in the Russian army during a different war, World War 2

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 Post subject: Re: Napoleon's Non-LEGO Artwork
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Great, job, there were also female snipers in the Russian army during a different war, World War 2


Thanks! Huh, I didn't know that, although, with the Soviets' wanting to defend Stalingrad to the last man, I'm not suprised they used women and probably children.

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 Post subject: Re: Napoleon's Non-LEGO Artwork
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Great, job, there were also female snipers in the Russian army during a different war, World War 2

Thanks! Huh, I didn't know that, although, with the Soviets' wanting to defend Stalingrad to the last man, I'm not suprised they used women and probably children.

Yup, it 'tis true.

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 Post subject: Re: Napoleon's Non-LEGO Artwork
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There one particular story about womens involvement in the Battle of Stalingrad. So Hitlers so called "unbeatable" 6th Army was under heavy artillery fire from a small fortified position. They spent days trying to overrun it and when they finally killed all the people there it was all women. Wasn't a single man there. Also. Stalin was crazy.

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 Post subject: Re: Napoleon's Non-LEGO Artwork
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There one particular story about womens involvement in the Battle of Stalingrad. So Hitlers so called "unbeatable" 6th Army was under heavy artillery fire from a small fortified position. They spent days trying to overrun it and when they finally killed all the people there it was all women. Wasn't a single man there. Also. Stalin was crazy.


X) Good story! Real "unbeatable" all right! Oh yeah, I firmly agree with what you said about Stalin; cookoo! He wasn't just crazy, he was like a megalomaniacal pyromaniac who executed people.

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 Post subject: Re: Napoleon's Non-LEGO Artwork
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Napoleon wrote:
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There one particular story about womens involvement in the Battle of Stalingrad. So Hitlers so called "unbeatable" 6th Army was under heavy artillery fire from a small fortified position. They spent days trying to overrun it and when they finally killed all the people there it was all women. Wasn't a single man there. Also. Stalin was crazy.


X) Good story! Real "unbeatable" all right! Oh yeah, I firmly agree with what you said about Stalin; cookoo! He wasn't just crazy, he was like a megalomaniacal pyromaniac who executed people.


He also did things that involved shooting statues of a certain religious figure in a manner I will not mention in this forum. BETTER DEAD THAN RED (I'm 13,not 50 or some age where I woulda been around then).
Anyway, my favorite was the Japanese infantryman.

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