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Canadian allied forces museum Netherlands
#1360240 Thu May 14 2020 10:57 AM
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Looking for steering gear for my '58 Viking, I stumbled accros this place.

http://www.canadianalliedforces.com/

It's a ww2 museum in the Netherlands (where I live) so whenever you come over for Tulips and Cloggs, don't forget this place.
oh..and they have stuff for sale smile

Re: Canadian allied forces museum Netherlands
Steve-W #1362811 Sat May 30 2020 09:12 PM
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My good friend Russ passed away 7 years ago. He was at Nijmegen Bridge with the 82nd AB. He loved visiting the Netherlands and spoke kindly of the citizens.

On the other hand, he was also in Belgium and said Bastogne is a tourist trap.


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Re: Canadian allied forces museum Netherlands
Jim Bow #1363309 Wed Jun 03 2020 10:18 AM
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Originally Posted by Jim Bow
My good friend Russ passed away 7 years ago. He was at Nijmegen Bridge with the 82nd AB. He loved visiting the Netherlands and spoke kindly of the citizens.

On the other hand, he was also in Belgium and said Bastogne is a tourist trap.

Hi Jim, unfortunatly as tourism rises, the vultures do as well. This small place I spoke of is so far of the grid, you'll have to look for it specificly to find it, so no mass torism there..heck, there's nothing out there..I guess you could call it the Dutch Montana, and I say that with utter respect for Montana.


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