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Christopher Fasulo
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Grognard Simulations is proud to announce that Death Ride – Halfaya Pass is to be released on 21 September 2011. Pre-orders from the GSI web store are being accepted and will ship starting 21 September. This game is a small Death Ride series game that is stand alone and can be played in an afternoon or weekend very easily. It focuses on the effort by the British 4th Indian Division to capture Halfaya Pass during Operation Battleaxe in June 1941. Even though the British brought Matilda’s against the Germans, the Germans were ready for them and had fortified the pass considerably. This game includes (2) 11 x 17 map sheets, (3) unit counter and marker sheets, bound rulebook, charts and tables, (1) d10, and lots of fast paced nail biting action to capture what the British could not. Price is $45.
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Mike Kreuzer
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Was that Indian tricolor in use before the end of WW2?
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Oh no, not the Maple Leaf controversy again!
 
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mikekreuzer wrote:
Was that Indian tricolor in use before the end of WW2?


Is google broken?
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Michael Dorosh wrote:
mikekreuzer wrote:
Was that Indian tricolor in use before the end of WW2?


Is google broken?


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Michael Dorosh wrote:
mikekreuzer wrote:
Was that Indian tricolor in use before the end of WW2?


Is google broken?


Is it?




 
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Robert Wesley
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According to this Wiki India then YES, although with a differing 'centerpiece' depiction. That is from 1931 as well.



cool There is this ONE also.



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Mike Kreuzer
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Which was my point - that first one's a party flag.


 
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While I shall 'surmise' most assuredly, that 'aesthetically' overall, then it is more easily or readily distinguishable for theirs, without appearing too greatly "P.C." in this instance. I'm not "making excuses" on their behalf, since I'd used that too, albeit minus the center emblem of theirs, for these also. In the same 'vein', it was even the reason I'd "gone with" the likes for them others then, including the French tri-color over the "Cross of Lorraine" sort of the "Free French"!
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Flag be gone.



The pic used on consimworld.

 
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