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From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Denise Thorpe)
Reply-to: email@example.com (Denise Thorpe)
Date: 96-01-05 21:33:59 EST
> >Who's Grace? There will be no concession from the "Ministry of War Oxford
> >Group" group even if I'm it. After reading "The Rise and Fall of the
> >Reich" I now know that Hitler made his first aggressive moves towards
> >Austria in 1936. It's entirely possible that the British started moving
> >towards a war economy in that year and that TA's were only made with the
> >permission of the Ministry of War.
> Denise do you imply that Nuffield was making parts (MOWOGS) in secret?
Au contraire! MOWOG was the Ministry of War's seal of approval. It was the
parts _without_ MOWOG on them (like those tiny instrument light bulbs) that
were made without the government's permission. But what would you expect
from a guy who used an alias? His real name was Kimber, not Nuffield.
> Was England's defence policy in 1936 the TA?
Only if they gave them to the Nazi's [ed. note to the MG gods--I'm kidding].
> Maybe so, what else could the dashing
> RAF pilots drive to the airfields.
> Maybe I should concede.
You can do that with Grace, too. ;-)
the obviously very bored Denise Thorpe