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Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: A Turk in command set


We were selected by the greatest judges in England ... no, in fact the proportion of convicts (except very early on when there was nothing but convict colonies) was low. All the colonies were British citizens - whether born at hom or overseas, and saw themselves as such. The Army and Navy were British ... There was also a reticence to train colonial formations - in fact, the Royal Navy mounted a case for years after federation (1901) that Australia should rely on the Royal Navy rather than have it's own ships. Australians wishing a naval career could join the Royal Navy.

Don't forget Canada, Aus and New Zealand are still constitutional monarchies, with Queen Elizabeth as their head of state.

Have a great day, Frank

Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: A Turk in command set

Interesting concept or to put it in your langauge ..fair dinkum.I gues that every country then 1854 was overpopulated industrial rebellions and crime running as a paralell industry in every country still briggands/bandit on teh highways/trails etc.
New territories in colonials being forceably populated .Even teh tartars in Ukraine got shifted.
I think ww1 must have been a european cull.

i try and explode teh picture of the generals sTILL NOT CLEAR.Strlets dont want to talk anbout it as they reply to the dude earlier. Strelets he say Just look at box....? which we cannot see.