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My New Side Project
Posted by: Dale Franks on Monday, October 02, 2006

Just a little something I'm working on, in whatever spare time I have...which isn't much.
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Did the Finnish army really use Swastikas as some of your insignias show?
Written By: Harun
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Look at the insignia on the WW II airplanes here.
Written By: Billy Beck
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Did the Finnish army really use Swastikas as some of your insignias show?
Of course, they did. The swastika was a common and traditional Finnish emblem. In fact, it was used in a lot of cultures. It was the Nazis who destroyed the casual use of the swastika as a general good luck symbol.

Oh, and be advised, I am trying to render the insignia as historically accurate as I can make them. I’m certainly not making this stuff up.
Written By: Dale Franks
The entry for the French shouldn’t cut too far into your free time. Are you going to include non-state armed forces, such as the mercenary pilots in China? Even without them this is a vast undertaking Dale. I’ve a huge book on WWII and we tend to forget (some of us anyway) how many nations had a hand in the fight and how involved some became. For instance, if you wish to do justice to the Aussies and Canadians you will indeed have a long project on your hands.

DALE RESPONDS: This will only cover state actors, and only the rank insignia. Anything else would simply be too much.
Written By: Joab
Interesting. I didn’t think you were making it up, I was just surprised and assumed they were only used after the Finns became German allies.

Thanks for the link Billy Beck.
Written By: Harun
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Have you checked out these people ?
yours is good, BTW, although I liked the modern one you had up a couple years ago better.
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