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Victor
Posted: February 17, 2004 08:07 pm
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I thought that if some members wish to give more details about them (like Gunter did), they should have a proper place to do it. So here it is, at your disposal.

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Alexandru H.
Posted: February 17, 2004 10:21 pm
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I'm a little teapot
Short and stout
Here is my handle
Here is my spout

When I get all steamed up
Hear me shout
"Tip me over
and pour me out!"

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Indrid
Posted: February 18, 2004 06:51 am
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23years old, from Galati, Romania, can't wait to leave it, i like history and good books, plans for the future - i have not decided yet, religion - yes, currently living in Bucharest and i am Ist year Master Student (learning politics......)

bla bla bla....
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Dr_V
Posted: February 18, 2004 02:27 pm
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I'm 26 years old and I'm living in Bucharest.

I've finished the Carl Davilla Medical Colledge last year and now I'm an intern at the Sf. Pantelimon Emergency Clinical Hospital, cardiology department. Fot the future I plan to specialise in medical imaging (a branch of radiology).

I was baptised as a christian, but I'm not a religious man. I belive in God, but not in religious rithuals.

I have no political simpathys and I avoid political disputes.

I'm single for now, but I'm staying with my girlfriend and we'll probably get married next year if we'll get to the conclusion that we both want that and that we can build a true family.

I'm here because of my passion for history of warfare in general and for WW2 in particular.
Of course the pleasant conversation on this forum is another good reason as well.
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dead-cat
Posted: February 18, 2004 05:43 pm
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32, living in Mainz on the Rhine, Germany.

born in Timisoara and lived there until the age of 28 when i decided to pack my bags and move abroad. graduted the Polytechnical University Timisoara, civil engineering but never worked a second in that field.
working since 7 years as sysadmin, currently being assigned to a very stupid and useless project which is slowly sucking the life out of me.

generally interested in ww1, 30 years war, railroads and ice hockey.
not married, no pets, although i'd be intrested in a cat able to operate a can opener.
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C-2
Posted: February 18, 2004 08:23 pm
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I'm 37 ,I'm a dentist like my wife.
Merried for 3.5 years .
I have a son Eric,who today has 4 months.
We live in Bucharest and personaly I don't like it.
I love ww1 and ww2 especialy aviation,but won't refuse any war story.
I like meeting vets and visiting war museums and all sorts of castels and fortifications.
I'm a pacifist.I like weapons only for target practising.
I love cars and when I was young I raced .
I hate extremism intolerance and fundamentalism.
Hate politics.
Love good beer!
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Chandernagore
Posted: February 19, 2004 06:47 pm
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I'm 41 years old and, naturally, I'm currently living in... Europe. I have a wife but er , I'm not married. I've got a child , it's not truly mine but who cares ? We are a good trio :lol:
Have a degree in biochemistry. Sometimes I show the dusty diploma to friends who wonder why I never used it. I'm currently in finance & accounting as data analyst. It's not too boring, there are worst jobs around.

I'm a political beast, not because I love politics but because politics is the way to change your world. I love history and Consim gaming. The two most wonderfull creatures on earth are women and cats, in no particular order, ha ha.

On the dark side of my moon you will find nationalism and neo liberalism (you know, the brainwashing sect whose God is the infallible "Market").

Miscalleanous:

Religion : Christian

Prefered color : yellow

Prefered digit : 14

Most admired army in the world : the IDF (I'm sincere, it's not just to make some readers jump to the ceiling)

I'm peacefull, pacifist but don't step on my shoes too heavily or you get one across the jaw :laugh:
Just kidding, I would warn before :keep:
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dragos
Posted: February 19, 2004 08:23 pm
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Only presentations here, not comments on others. All other posts will be deleted.
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Bernard Miclescu
Posted: February 20, 2004 01:39 am
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I am 26 yo, i'm living in France in Paris. I'm originally from Bacau (center of the Romanian Moldavia)

I have a dental prothesist formation, and i worked as receptionist/accounts in a hotel.

EDIT: since 24 sept 04 i'm a student again. After one year of "spiritual research", 2 years of philosophy, i'm in the first year of theology at the seminary of the archdiocess of Paris (still 3 years to go...).

Since I was young i loved history,espeacilly ww2 history. I start with the books of Sven Hassel (In Romania i have two "ciobanesti germani" (berger-allemand) dogs, one of them is called Sven) in 94 i started to build my first plastic kit (1/72) a Spitfire. Since then i build 150 kits almost all from the WW2 era at the 1/72 scale (unfortunatlly the collection is in Romania) and I have about 60+ non assembled. In France i built only some kits 1/48 scale.

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Québec
Posted: February 20, 2004 05:15 am
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I'm 29, living in Montréal, Québec, Canada. I hate the city, but I'm here for work. I come from a region called Saguenay, a 6 hours drive from Montréal. In my free time, I build models, mainly tanks in 1/35, and reenacting. I also collect old military rifles (I have a Romanian VZ24!!!!).I'm single, with no girl in sights :cry: and, as you probably guessed, I'm interested in WW2, mainly Eastern Front.

Not a very exiting guy!!!!!!!!!
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zeugeniu
Posted: March 29, 2004 02:11 pm
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Hi,
My name is Eugen.
Im from Tulcea, currently in Bucharest.
Im a programmer (working hard untill the romanian GDP overcomes the one of Hungary, after that i plan to retire :)).
23 years old.
I plan to move to Timisoara or Chisinau after i retire :P
I love wine.
I am very interested in history and a bit in politics .
Watched you guys arguing for a few months :P
I am very found on the ethnicity issues/conflicts (romanian-hungarian, romanian-russians etc).
Special thank to Najroda for opening those threads with nationalistic content :) (btw as others told you (Denes) there was no pogrom in Targu Mures o.o).
This is a nice Forum, but im too lazy to post, just like to read from work hehe
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boonicootza
Posted: April 14, 2004 06:22 pm
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Hi!
I'm Adrian, I'm 26.
I live in Iasi. I'm a student at Psychology.
I collect orders and medals of Romania and WW2 militaria for about 8 months.
I hate the endless discussions on Romanian-Hungarian issue.
I love this forum. I'm here everyday. :cheers:

Peace!
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Posted: April 16, 2004 10:18 am
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PanzerKing
Posted: April 27, 2004 03:52 pm
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My name is Nathan and I'm from the state of Texas in the USA. I'm 19 and currently a student going for a history BA. I'm very politically and socially minded; I like to find out how and why things happen and the consequences of them in this very confusing world of ours.

There's really two sides of me: the quiet student who loves to read and learn military history, and then there's the wild sex, drugs, & rock n' roll attitude of me as well. One hell of a combination really, my friends have a hard time figuring me out. :loool: But I have a band and we just found a new singer...I'll post some mp3s one day when our demo is finished.

So I guess you could say music and history drive me!

Also, I love this forum. There's just something about escaping from this country of mine and being able to speak with brothers all over the world. It's interesting to see how life is outside of mine, and I enjoy coming to this forum to see you all here, Romanians are unique people!
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mabadesc
Posted: April 28, 2004 11:41 pm
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Hello all,

My name is Mihai and I am 31 years old. I lived in Bucuresti, Romania, until the age of 14, and since then, I've been living in Chicago, Illinois.
I graduated from Northwestern University with a Bachelor's degrees in Chemistry and French studies.
Afterwards, I attended graduate school at Princeton University, in their Ph.D. program in French Literature and Language (the department of Romance Languages and Literatures) focusing on Renaissance history and literature. During this time, I was also appointed as instructor of french and taught various french/literature classes to Princeton undergraduate students.
After a couple of years, I decided to postpone writing my Ph.D. dissertation, and left with a Master's degree.
I used my chemistry license to transition into the IT field, and has since worked as a IT/Management Consultant and Project Manager for various large corporations, such as Ernst & Young (now Cap Gemini), Hewitt Associates, as well as some independent projects.
As you may infer, I am very interested in history, particularly european late medieval/Renaissance and World War II.
My interest in WWII partly stems from the fact that it directly affected my family to a large extent. Without going into all the grim details, I'll just say that, for example, my mom was held as a hostage/prisoner for a few months by the NKVD in Slovakia in 1945. She was 6 years old at the time...
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