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PostSubject: British Volunteers (Merc's)   24/10/2015, 05:43

Every now and then, One tends to hear about the Brit's fighting in far away places from 'ome! I honestly believe the Brit's are a warrior race of peoples as there martial past tends to prove this!

Couple of links on this subject for anyone who's interested?

http://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-34568857

British "Dogs of War".

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3343x_ywy_M  (This mob is definitely a 'bad lads army'  Wink
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PostSubject: Re: British Volunteers (Merc's)   27/10/2015, 01:28

Interestingly, the amount of "odds & sods" fighting for various distant wars of others, The Brit's have a long tradition of this. No offence meant, it's just I can base this with historic facts, in case any one who's interested? Canadians are known for this too, just as a matter of course!


http://flashbak.com/watch-inside-story-a-look-at-british-mercenaries-in-the-balkans-war-20905/

http://www.mercenary-wars.net/history-of-merc.html

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PostSubject: Re: British Volunteers (Merc's)   27/10/2015, 01:54

British Mercenaries in the Balkans, during the 1990's.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BmW8Wa_26d0

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