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07 November 2007 @ 10:55 am
Grüss Euch, Kameraden!  
Long time no news, no updates, nothing... :/ This is just to know if y´all are still alive, and I have two questions:

1) When is the movie out, at least in Europe?! I´ve been waiting all autumn for SOMETHING - even a trailer - and the lack of news is disheartening. If any of you have seen the trailer already, especially on the big screen, please do share your impressions about it!

2) Anybody going to Wiesbaden for April 21, 2008 (a Monday - bummer)? It´s the 90th anniversary, after all.

And a link for you, with the last known picture of "our boy", taken on the morning he fell, as well as oodles of pics of the wreckage, his funeral at Bertangles, and his personal objects recovered from the triplane.
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Resident anarchist bat: Jagdgeschwader1max_und_moritz on November 13th, 2007 08:45 am (UTC)
Danke sehr!!!

Finally a chance to see the "other" side´s version (as if we didn´t know it, LOL) I´m so tired of Britannia glorifying her Lawrence, her Graves and all her other dubious heroes of WWI while the Axis´ continue to be as good as ignored.
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Resident anarchist bat: RichthofensFliegenderZirkusmax_und_moritz on November 14th, 2007 09:23 am (UTC)
(Teeheeh, you recognised our boys in my icon :D Wish I knew how to add lettering to images so I could write below "Unsterblich", immortal)

Oh yeah! And I need a new Rommel movie. And a new one about the Bismarck, too.

Damn. We need to rewrite history ;)
Frigatehms_frigate on November 16th, 2007 05:38 pm (UTC)
That's why you have to win a war - so you get to write the "official" version. I just bought a video for my library's pop vid collection called Von Richthofen and Brown (catchy title, heh?) but haven't watched it yet so don't know if its schlock or not. It's been a challenge to find material for the collection, I can tell you.

Rommel really needs a new movie!
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Frigatehms_frigate on November 21st, 2007 04:30 pm (UTC)
Dangnabit! I should have guessed. You would think someone out there would be interested in these guys enough to make a quality film about them. Their real stories are far better than most of the fictional war stuff on the market anyway.