Posts Tagged ‘Siberia’
Someplace I read the reaction of a German soldier coming home to his land after the new bridges started to go up. He couldn’t see the supports, and it seemed the train was floating. I just added spirits.
It’s been over 30 years since he’s been in a suit. So he doesn’t know how to move.
I have no idea how these girls organize their smuggling. All I know is, they’re fearless and versatile, as were many of the German and Jewish women who survived.
If you thought Udo was dirty BEFORE….
If you’ve ever been around militaria or antiques fans, you’ve heard conversations like this.
If you’ve read books or seen movies that center in nothing but the camps, or the American Navy, or the Afrika Korps, you’ll realize NOBODY is an expert on World War Two, not even those who were there. They were expert on their own corner of it, mostly because anybody who knew what was going on strategically weren’t going to share with the peasants.
Keep your head down, take your paycheck, and don’t ask if barbed wire can be used for anything but cattle.
Somehow I managed to make this lively and sketchy and look like a woodcut.
More proof how much fun I was having.
Got some momentum going here!
But he can’t just leave them with that tag!
Ah, the charging-at-the-camera pose. Always fun to draw.
Soldiers really think more about booze and what they can snitch and sell than anything else, when they’re not actually ducking or watching their feet or confusing the local tribal chieftains with warlords.
Oh, and sex. Major interest of soldiers. Why do you think it has been so proscribed over the years for female soldiers? “No touchy!”
I figure most of my regular readers had already guessed who this was, anyway.