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How do you feel about Vraelomon?

  • Long live The King.

    Votes: 41 31.3%
  • I didn't vote for him.

    Votes: 90 68.7%

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Also, Omikron means little O, and the symbol is originally an eye. They are watching! ಠ

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Now this is genuinely interesting.

When you place your knapsack on your back, your rifle on your shoulder but instead of killing that Italian soldier you spend the war polishing balls.The question is what are the soldiers in this image doing.
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Here is the answer:
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So what is the rotating thingy with ball bearings? I see railway tracks in front, so it must be about some stupid railway gun or impractical mega artillery piece screaming small penis.
 
It's a housing for Škoda 42 cm Haubitze M. 14/16 super heavy siege howitzer. It is basically a howitzer for soldiers who got assigned to artillery units but secretly wanted to serve on a battleship. Straight out of Jules Verne's playbook :grin:

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Now this is genuinely interesting.

When you place your knapsack on your back, your rifle on your shoulder but instead of killing that Italian soldier you spend the war polishing balls.The question is what are the soldiers in this image doing.
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Here is the answer:
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It's a housing for Škoda 42 cm Haubitze M. 14/16 super heavy siege howitzer. It is basically a howitzer for soldiers who got assigned to artillery units but secretly wanted to serve on a battleship. Straight out of Jules Verne's playbook :grin:

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That is pretty interesting.
 

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Members of the American “Original Dixieland Jazz Band” testing the effects of syncopation on a polar bear in the zoo, 1920s.
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1924, Police and child directing traffic in Washington, DC.
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Washington D.C., November 8, 1921, When Republicans Wanted a Tax on the Rich.
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Someone file a copyright infringment immediately! :grin:

The first one is an Austro-Hungarian army postcard saying: [this is] how our soldiers are happy when through the mail from home comes: a postcard, a package, money.
The latter is a Czechoslovak army interwar postcard that says literally the same thing.

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