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Bismarck_survivors.jpg&key=86f2f46c2e725

 

Na fotografiji je scena izvlacenja preostalih clanova posade Bismarck-a na palubu britanske krstarice HMS Dorsetshire cini mi se.

Krstarica prve linije, dakle ozbiljan brod, ali i jedan vazan i karakteristican detalj?

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radisa

Nema pertli kod ovih na brodu?

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bradilko
2 minutes ago, namenski said:

Bismarck_survivors.jpg&key=86f2f46c2e725

 

Na fotografiji je scena izvlacenja preostalih clanova posade Bismarck-a na palubu britanske krstarice HMS Dorsetshire cini mi se.

Krstarica prve linije, dakle ozbiljan brod, ali i jedan vazan i karakteristican detalj?

ovi gore nemaju pertle

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namenski
Just now, bradilko said:

ovi gore nemaju pertle

Jebote, svaka cast, !!! :)

 

Stari obicaj, i na ratnim, kada je frka, i na teretnim, oluja...

Cipele se razvezuju, pertle skidaju, da bi se u slucaju potrebe da se pliva sto lakse i brze oslobodilo cipela.

 

 

Svaka ti cast, izistinski, znao si za obicaj ili si zapazaotm?

 

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namenski
5 minutes ago, radisa said:

Nema pertli kod ovih na brodu?

Izvini, nisam video tvoj post, cestitam i svaka cast :)

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radisa
1 minute ago, namenski said:

Izvini, nisam video tvoj post, cestitam i svaka cast :)

Nisam zano za običaj, ali opažam...

 

Zanimljivo...

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bradilko
6 minutes ago, namenski said:

Jebote, svaka cast, !!! :)

 

Stari obicaj, i na ratnim, kada je frka, i na teretnim, oluja...

Cipele se razvezuju, pertle skidaju, da bi se u slucaju potrebe da se pliva sto lakse i brze oslobodilo cipela.

 

 

Svaka ti cast, izistinski, znao si za obicaj ili si zapazaotm?

 

nisam znao. oči mi iskopale cipele bez pertli.. još pomislio za jednog dole da je žemsko :wacko:

interesantan običaj.hvala. nešto naučio danas

 

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namenski

Onda 10 za opazanje :)

 

Kada sam postavio pitanje, racunao sam da ce da preovlada zamisljanje/slika o kraljevskoj i ne samo kraljevskoj mornarici sa pocetka ovog klipa:

 

 

 

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bradilko

eh da su bili ovako smešni čitave godine ne bi vladali svetskim morima toliko dugo

sve što  su preuzeli sve su unapredili unapredili, mnogo zajebani bili englezi

ti to znaš, koliko su "krali" od drugih mornarica, od holanđana, španaca, turaka?

ima li konkretnih primera?

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namenski

O tome na drugim mestima :)

 

Sustinu je ubo matori Cercil opisujuci ukratko tradiciju i kraljevsku mornaricu, a ne treba zaboraviti da je on o mornarici znao poprilicno:

 

The traditions of the Royal Navy are rum, sodomy and the lash...

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bradilko
3 minutes ago, namenski said:

O tome na drugim mestima :)

 

Sustinu je ubo matori Cercil opisujuci ukratko tradiciju i kraljevsku mornaricu, a ne treba zaboraviti da je on o mornarici znao poprilicno:

 

The traditions of the Royal Navy are rum, sodomy and the lash...

brutalan vinston 

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vathra

Jedno drugo pitanje za čizme, ovog puta vezano za avijaciju:

Posade američkih bombardera koje su letele u Drugom svetskom ratu nad Evropom, su na misije polazile uglavnom sa dva para čizama.

Zašto su nosili dva para čizama?

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maharaja

Mito seljaku ako ga ovaj uhvati sa vilama?

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peralozac
3 hours ago, vathra said:

Jedno drugo pitanje za čizme, ovog puta vezano za avijaciju:

Posade američkih bombardera koje su letele u Drugom svetskom ratu nad Evropom, su na misije polazile uglavnom sa dva para čizama.

Zašto su nosili dva para čizama?

 

Pokušavajući da izguglam odgovor, saznadoh o RAF-ovim "Escape" čizmama. Zanimljivo.

 

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BOOTS, 1943 ‘ESCAPE’ PATTERN FLYING BOOTS: RAF

 
 
 
 
 
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Physical description

boots (pair) black leather and suede sheepskin-lined boots - in the form of black leather Oxford style lace-up 'shoes' and black suede with a sheepskin lining uppers, which are fastened by metal zippers, fitted off-centre, and secured by single leather strap/steel buckle arrangements at the tops. Inside the right boot is a concealed pocket cut into the sheepskin lining, designed to contain a small knife. Soles are of leather.

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Second World War period Royal Air Force flying boots. Following on from the pre-war 1930 and 1936 Pattern boots that were used in the earlier period of the Second World War, a further four patterns were developed during the conflict. The 1939 pattern (22/C 225-233) was a one-piece boot with a black leather shoe and brown/khaki canvas calf section with sheepskin lining. This was the pattern worn by the majority of Royal Air Force aircrew, until the introduction of the 1940 Pattern boot (22/C 435-442). This comprised a one-piece rubber soled, brown suede sheepskin-lined boot with a zip-fastener. However the 1940 Pattern proved to be unpopular with fighter pilots: boot was so loose when worn that 'downed' pilots often found that their footwear would fall off whilst descending by parachute. As a remedy, leather ankle straps were fitted to the boots and they were redesignated the 1941 Pattern (22C/748-755). In spite of this modification the boots still remained unpopular for the same reason. The 1943 Pattern 'Escape' boots were the version produced and were based on the designs of Major Clayton Hutton at MI9, being field-tested as early as 1942. Consisting of a black leather laced walking shoe and a black zip-up suede legging, the basic principle was simple: in the event of landing in enemy territory, the wearer would separate the leggings from the shoe by using the folded pocket knife that was held in the pocket in the right boot. It was believed that the walking shoe would be less conspicuous and more comfortable than a conventional flying boot for an attempted evasion. The design remained in service with the RAF until the mid-1950s.

 

 

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vathra

Ne, za mito su zapravo imali poseban koverat, sa 20 dolara, a kasnije i priznanicama.

 

Ima veze sa ovim što je Pera napisao, ali i sa osobinama čizmi za bombardere.

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