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60 sekunden trades erfahrungen My maternal Grandad Bill Wiseman (pictured) was a lovely man. He joined the RAF years before WWII broke out and miraculously, given how much time he spent in the air, survived it. My mum has recently transcribed some of his letters to my Grandma. The letters, sent in 1944 from Northern France in (they were not allowed to be more precise when writing) are incredibly moving but also very funny in parts. They have a wonderful immediacy and booze was clearly an important factor in maintaining morale. Below is a nice example;
broker regolamentati Somewhere in Normandy. 15082 G Unit
All continues to go well over here except the blasted weather but we have excellent tents with fly sheets so nothing comes through except the shrapnel of our ever-loving Allies. They really are, to say the least, “A bit much”, as they fire at everything including gremlins…… I had an enjoyable time yesterday. I took a lorry & 3 men out from 2 to 7 P.M. on a food & liquor hunt. We went into a fair-sized local town about 15 miles from here which is quite unscratched. It is packed with troops & although there is plenty of stuff in the shops the French have got Black Market prices beaten hollow. I found I could cope with the language fairly well, that is I could make them understand but their replies took rather a lot of sorting out. The chaps wanted some liquor but the wine shops were all dry, however I scrounged around & found a wholesalers & after a bit of nattering he agreed to let me have some, so down in the cellars we went. Most of the wines are very new but found some 1937 Burgundy & a good Barsac (Sauterne) 1942, both at 175 francs a bottle (17/6). I nearly crowned him when he told me, but the guys wanted liquor so cursed him in English & came away with the booze. They only have sweet Champagne in these parts, this guy had plenty at 195 frcs. (19/6) & I told him he could sell it to come other sucker, at least that’s what I meant.
Köp Strattera Malmö (Sturup), Sverige He had obviously picked up some Americanisms from ‘our allies’ and has some great examples of their banter. At first he thought they were pretty hopeless (one anecdote concerns him liberating one of his Polish friends who had been ‘captured’ by the Yanks’) but he quickly warmed to them. He also admired their waterproof jackets and managed to get one but obviously needed to customize it because he later wrote “Darling please send me some F/Os braid to make stripes for epaulettes of my Yankee jacket“. He was also partial to the ‘whiskeys and sodas’ they doled out and tells a great story about tumblers full of Brandy with some Russian troops. He was a keen beer drinker but seems to have developed a taste for sweet wines during his time in France (sometimes with a biscuit at tea time!) and I would love to know details of the Barsac. I was lucky to have known him and he lived until I was in my twenties. I will always remember the ‘cowboy fort’ he built me and his warm and tolerant manner. He also had a lovely golf swing which I like to think may have a genetic component.