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Hello everybody,

I'm a Newbie here and I just want to introduce me.
My Name is Michel Van den Berghe and I live with my family in Germany near Aachen.
What else could I say,my hobby is Modelling since more than 30 years.By the way,
another small passion from me is collecting some good movies.
My dedicated scale is the Braille scale most 1/72. I like to build dioramas and also
make various masters of architecture and vehicles.
Since a long time ago I often took a look here in this wonderfull forum because the
information here is great and theme of the Great War is very intresting.
Last but not least I want to apologize me for my non perfect english.

Happy modelling
cheers

Michelwink


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Legend

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Hello Michel, please allow me to be the first to extend a very warm welcome to you.

And don't worry about your English; we don't start picking faults with anybody here.

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General

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Hi Michel. Welcome to the forum. I have found everyone here to be very knowledgable and helpfull in all things pretaining to the Great War. This is a very encoraging group of people here.

-- Edited by plastic fan on Sunday 27th of February 2011 03:01:44 PM

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John Kelley


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Michel
Welcome to Landships. You must not be so modest,your dio's are some of the best I have seen.Is there any chance of you sharing your Great War ones with the rest of us.

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Barry John


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Hello Michel,welcome and have fun here smile

greetings,Hans.

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They shall grow not old,as we that are left grow old:
Age shall not weary them,nor the years condemn.
At the going down of the sun and in the morning.
We will remember them.

For The Fallen (1914)- Laurence Binyon.



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Welcome!

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