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My old boss

June 1 2017 at 9:18 AM
Joseph R. Zrodlowski  (Login SfanGoch)
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Response to Soldiers' colloquial terms for rare AFV?

Kurt Marscheider, was a WWII vet from the other side of the fence. Whenever he was describing something odd or he hadn't seen before, he called it a "Dings da". Therefore, the 10.5cm leFH (sf) auf Geschutzwagen H39(f) shall be referred to, in perpetuity, as "Dings Da". Sounds better than any other stupid term we could contrive.


 
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  1. "that thing" works for me - Sam Wren on Jun 4, 2017, 6:33 AM
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