Focke Wulf Ta 152 H NASM

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  1. Ta 152

    Ta 152 New Member

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    Hello,

    look for cockpit pictures of the Focke Wulf Ta 152 H from the museum NASM, and give it to Neugikeiten the new building of the Ta 152 H in NASM is as far?

    Greeting Frank
     
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    I didn't quite get what he said
     
  4. Ta 152

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    Hello together,

    thanks for that left, the side already knew I, unfortunately the pictures are which I search from the cockpit area not thereby, search pictures those show like the disk rinsing **** and the cold weather starting **** on were fire wall-rotted fastened, in addition there is new of the Ta 152, makes it progressed?

    greeting Frank
     
  5. Erich

    Erich the old Sage
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    Frank you posted something about the Sturmgruppen web-site being off line on 12 o'clock high, what are your questions, you can send me a private if you wish. I was also the other member of that site when it was dealing just with the 3 Sturm-Fw units.

    sorry to take the thread off-topic gents
     
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    He just asked "Is that enough, or do you need more"? In German! Funny language. You manage without the long sentenses.
     
  7. seesul

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    Oh oh, not always...
    They use a lot of words which are composed from 2, 3, 4 and even more words...so one German word is often even longer than a whole sentence in English...
    Perhaps Notartzthubschrauberlandplatz...just one word...guess what does it mean?
     
  8. DerAdlerIstGelandet

    DerAdlerIstGelandet Der Crew Chief
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    Very true...:lol:
     
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    Paramedic helipad. Not that i have to guess, but i know.
     
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    Compound nouns in German or Swedish are a nightmare to English speakers...not only do you have to say it, you might have to spell it too. :D
     
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    You´re the winner!:lol:
     
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    Very true:)
     
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