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Posted by WilliamSoff (guest) on Fri 20 May 2016 12:37:01 PM PDT
Gary, old Oregon hops crop up quite a bit in brewing logs from aunrod the end of WW I. Could be they were dumping a crop that, after Prohibition, had no value in the USA. Though a large proportion of the US hop crop was already exported to Britain in the late 19th century.I wonder how "American" tasting those hops were by modern standards? If I recall correctly, the variety was mostly Cluster.I don't think there was much fighting in Alsace. The French invaded it in 1914 and took a small area but not much happened for the rest of the war. Isn't Poperinge in the small corner of Belgium that the Germans never captured?
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Posted by Keisha (guest) on Tue 01 Sep 2015 10:46:24 AM PDT
Eyes, you may have hit on the truth. At Main and Central, when I do a search for "Jo Fish" the psetor named Lurch comes up multiple times. Odd. And though Jo Fish introduces other bloggers at "Main and Central," he never introduces Jeff Huber. Indeed, Jeff Huber starts blogging there from the first week.Whenever Jo Fish has posted to newsgroups, he always uses a name with the initials JH, for example, "James Hall" or "Jesse Holden." Now isn't that a coincidence?Jo Fish and Jeff Huber often refer their readers to each other's posts and refer to each other as "my close friend" or "my close buddy." Well why not, they're both "gold wing" USN flyers, retired. Another remarkable coincidence.
Posted by Jeremy (guest) on Sat 27 Oct 2012 05:28:48 PM PDT
only one italian ship?
in september 1943 when italian fleet go to Malta to give the fleet
more english seeing the fleet thinks which was very good, if italian fleet continue the war could be a great problem for english and allies.......
and if you want to give a true service you must put a lot of images of italian ships
in Mediterranean sea was the more strong fleet in absolute. . . . .
if italian governement orders in other way the war, may be we see an other 2nd war........
if you can see italian fleet in 1940 and after... you can understand italian can make an other war.....
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