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Mens Multi Pocket Action Cargo Work Trousers Sizes 28 to 52 Black or Navy 50 Waist / 31" Regular Leg Black
Mens Multi Pocket Action Cargo Work Trousers Sizes 28 to 52 Black or Navy 50 Waist / 31" Regular Leg Black
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Price: £12.95

4.0 out of 5 stars Four Stars, 27 Mar. 2016
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Comfortable, fit as you'd expect. Very large pockets.


High Quality New Orthotic Arch Support Massaging Silicone Gel Insoles Men
High Quality New Orthotic Arch Support Massaging Silicone Gel Insoles Men
Offered by Central Supplies Ltd
Price: £3.49

4.0 out of 5 stars Four Stars, 27 Mar. 2016
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Do what they're designed to do. Made my work boots slightly less uncomfortable...


Basic [DVD] [2003]
Basic [DVD] [2003]
Dvd ~ John Travolta
Offered by A ENTERTAINMENT
Price: £1.99

1 of 7 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Poor, poor, poor, poor., 9 Sept. 2007
This review is from: Basic [DVD] [2003] (DVD)
An unbelievably poor film. The storyline is far too complicated to follow without a notebook and pen to keep up with what's supposed to be happening and by the time I actually found out what happened at the end, I just didn't care.

There's hundreds of better war films and hundreds of better court room drama/police investigation films out there. This is an attempt to weld the two together, and it's a failure.


Reach For The Sky [DVD]
Reach For The Sky [DVD]
Dvd ~ Kenneth More
Price: £4.00

10 of 11 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Thrilling inspirational courage, 15 Jun. 2007
This review is from: Reach For The Sky [DVD] (DVD)
The story of Wing Commander Douglas Bader. After joining the RAF in the late 1920s, Bader badly injured himself in an air crash, losing both legs. He left the air force and seemed condemned to a life of boring 'civviedom' trapped in an office. The outbreak of World War 2 however gave him another opportunity to fly and he rejoined the RAF as a fighter pilot. He flew throughout the Battle of Britain before eventually being shotdown during the 'Rhubarb' flights over occupied France. Even in captivity he continued to campaign against the Germans, attempting to escape numerous times before being transferred to the infamous Colditz prison camp for serial escapers.

This film, like all war films of the immediate post war period, gains greatly by being able to use actual footage from the war interspersed with the actors. A stunning film portraying a true British hero.


Blitzfreeze (Cassell Military Paperbacks)
Blitzfreeze (Cassell Military Paperbacks)
by Sven Hassel
Edition: Paperback

9 of 11 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars With the 27th to Moscow!, 9 May 2007
The latest installment in the series of novels by Sven Hassel following the 27th Special Duties Panzer Regiment through World War 2. Their regiment is a penal unit, made up of convicted criminals and political undesirables and used for every dirty job on the front by their heartless commanders.

The book opens with the 27th taking part in Hitler's fateful Operation Barbarossa, the invasion of the Soviet Union. All seems to be going well for the Germans until 'General Winter', the snows and bitter cold of the Russian winter slow and finally stops their advance within sight of Moscow. In the midst of the killer cold and desperate Russian counter attacks, Sven, Porta, Old Un, Tiny, The Legionnaire and the rest are sent on a desperate behind enemy lines mission to destroy a tank factory in the Soviet capital.

Readers of the other Sven books will know what to expect already - Nazis, Communists, whores, panzers and gratuitously described violence are the hallmarks of Sven's books and this one is no different.

Highly recommended to anyone who wants to read an enjoyable and very easy to read war story.


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