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RE: Australian Beauties - 12/21/2012 3:30:32 AM   
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ORIGINAL: warspite1


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ORIGINAL: MAurelius

dunno - but maybe you can even change the thread-title - so that more "war"-interested people take a look even without any link to it....

then on the other hand... I wish I knew about the thread back then as well :D

I just usually never leave the WITP AE forum ...
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Don't worry - the next competition will feature ladies of the opposite sex


"Ladies of the opposite sex"? Is that like a double negative? You gonna show us blokes, mate?

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RE: Australian Beauties - 12/21/2012 3:30:59 AM   
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.... in the meantime here is an Austrian battleship







Ugh. What a monstrosity.

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RE: Australian Beauties - 12/21/2012 9:27:11 AM   
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ORIGINAL: Chickenboy


quote:

ORIGINAL: warspite1


quote:

ORIGINAL: MAurelius

dunno - but maybe you can even change the thread-title - so that more "war"-interested people take a look even without any link to it....

then on the other hand... I wish I knew about the thread back then as well :D

I just usually never leave the WITP AE forum ...
warspite1

Don't worry - the next competition will feature ladies of the opposite sex


"Ladies of the opposite sex"? Is that like a double negative? You gonna show us blokes, mate?
warspite1

No, no, no fear not - that phrase is from an episode of 'Allo, 'Allo.

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RE: Australian Beauties - 12/21/2012 9:28:12 AM   
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ORIGINAL: Chickenboy


quote:

ORIGINAL: warspite1

.... in the meantime here is an Austrian battleship







Ugh. What a monstrosity.
warspite1

Ssssh...you'll upset MAurelius

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RE: Australian Beauties - 12/21/2012 12:26:06 PM   
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ORIGINAL: Chickenboy


quote:

ORIGINAL: warspite1

.... in the meantime here is an Austrian battleship







Ugh. What a monstrosity.



A monster indeed ( puts on 'The Witch King Of Angmar's' Helmet )



.....she is very beautiful!!!

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RE: Australian Beauties - 12/21/2012 12:31:46 PM   
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Next exciting competition is er not the most exciting to be frank. Its the:

Least Hideous Beautiful Battlecruiser-turned-Ugly Duckling Aircraft Carrier of WWII

This is another one group of three contest, bottom of three is eliminated.

Akagi (ex-Amagi)
USS Lexington (ex-err Lexington)
HMS Glorious (ex-err Glorious)











.












Another one I had to think about for awhile.
I'll go with the Akagi.

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RE: Australian Beauties - 12/21/2012 12:50:44 PM   
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Most Beautiful Fast Battleship of WWII

Voting closed - in due course the final to be contested by:

Bismarck (Germany) vs Yamato (Japan)

Most Beautiful Battlecruiser of WWII

Voting closed - in due course the final will be contested by:

USS Alaska (United States) vs HMS Hood (United Kingdom)

Most Beautiful Inter-War Heavy Cruiser

Voting closed - in due course the final will be contested by:

Admiral Hipper (Germany) vs Zara (Italy)

Most Beautiful Pre-War Light Cruiser

Voting closed - in due course the final will be contested by:

HMS Leander (United Kingdom) vs HMS Southampton (United Kingdom)

Most Beautiful Old Girls Tarted Up For War

Warspite (5) - warspite1, redcoat, Orm, Empire 101, MAurelius
Kongo (4) - fodder, Chickenboy, british exil, Zorch
Cesare (1) - bradfordkay

Most Beautiful Aircraft Carriers of WWII

USS Essex (5) - bradfordkay, redcoat, Zorch, fodder, british exil
vs
Taiho (5) - warspite1, Chickenboy, Orm, Empire101, MAurelius

USS Yorktown (2) - bradfordkay, fodder
vs
HMS Illustrious (8) - warspite1, redcoat, Chickenboy, Zorch, Orm, british exil, Empire101, MAurelius

The Least Hideous and thus Most Beautiful-Battlecruiser-turned-Ugly-Duckling Aircraft Carrier of WWII

Akagi (3) - warspite1, british exil, fodder
Glorious (2) - Orm, Empire101
Lexington (2) - Chickenboy, MAurelius

Where are all the voters? Clearly you were far too grand to vote on a lowly, common, best looking females competition (and why, as a bloke you would think that, I have no idea) but, well, we've moved on okay?

This is supposed to be a ****ing Wargaming Forum populated in the main by people who know and care about matters military for ****'s sake??!?!? So stop pretending you are too important or superior for this thread and get your votes out for the girls. I think some people don't realise they can be seen viewing the thread

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RE: Australian Beauties - 12/22/2012 12:26:46 AM   
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quote:

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Next exciting competition is er not the most exciting to be frank. Its the:

Least Hideous Beautiful Battlecruiser-turned-Ugly Duckling Aircraft Carrier of WWII

This is another one group of three contest, bottom of three is eliminated.

Akagi (ex-Amagi)
USS Lexington (ex-err Lexington)
HMS Glorious (ex-err Glorious)


In the battle of the mingers I'll go for HIJMS Akagi




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RE: Australian Beauties - 12/22/2012 7:55:46 PM   
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I'll have to stick with the Lexington.

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RE: Australian Beauties - 12/23/2012 7:13:54 AM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: warspite1

Most Beautiful Fast Battleship of WWII

Voting closed - in due course the final to be contested by:

Bismarck (Germany) vs Yamato (Japan)

Most Beautiful Battlecruiser of WWII

Voting closed - in due course the final will be contested by:

USS Alaska (United States) vs HMS Hood (United Kingdom)

Most Beautiful Inter-War Heavy Cruiser

Voting closed - in due course the final will be contested by:

Admiral Hipper (Germany) vs Zara (Italy)

Most Beautiful Pre-War Light Cruiser

Voting closed - in due course the final will be contested by:

HMS Leander (United Kingdom) vs HMS Southampton (United Kingdom)

Most Beautiful Old Girls Tarted Up For War

Warspite (5) - warspite1, redcoat, Orm, Empire 101, MAurelius
Kongo (4) - fodder, Chickenboy, british exil, Zorch
Cesare (1) - bradfordkay

Most Beautiful Aircraft Carriers of WWII

USS Essex (5) - bradfordkay, redcoat, Zorch, fodder, british exil
vs
Taiho (5) - warspite1, Chickenboy, Orm, Empire101, MAurelius

USS Yorktown (2) - bradfordkay, fodder
vs
HMS Illustrious (8) - warspite1, redcoat, Chickenboy, Zorch, Orm, british exil, Empire101, MAurelius

The Least Hideous and thus Most Beautiful-Battlecruiser-turned-Ugly-Duckling Aircraft Carrier of WWII

Akagi (4) - warspite1, british exil, fodder, Akagi
Lexington (3) - Chickenboy, MAurelius, bradfordkay
Glorious (2) - Orm, Empire101

Where are all the voters? Clearly you were far too grand to vote on a lowly, common, best looking females competition (and why, as a bloke you would think that, I have no idea) but, well, we've moved on okay?

This is supposed to be a ****ing Wargaming Forum populated in the main by people who know and care about matters military for ****'s sake??!?!? So stop pretending you are too important or superior for this thread and get your votes out for the girls. I think some people don't realise they can be seen viewing the thread


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RE: Australian Beauties - 12/25/2012 3:53:51 PM   
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All quiet on the ship voting thread. Therefore I post a picture of an Australian Beauty.



HMAS Protector.

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RE: Australian Beauties - 12/25/2012 4:57:16 PM   
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ORIGINAL: Orm

All quiet on the ship voting thread. Therefore I post a picture of an Australian Beauty.



HMAS Protector.
warspite1

I'm sure she's beautiful in her own way...er I bet she's got an interesting personality

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RE: Australian Beauties - 12/25/2012 8:38:39 PM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: Chickenboy


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.... in the meantime here is an Austrian battleship







Ugh. What a monstrosity.



what a beautiful ship - wish it had seen a little more action than it did ;)

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RE: Australian Beauties - 12/25/2012 8:40:01 PM   
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ORIGINAL: Chickenboy


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ORIGINAL: warspite1


Ssssh...you'll upset MAurelius



LOL


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RE: Australian Beauties - 12/26/2012 2:56:02 PM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: warspite1

Most Beautiful Fast Battleship of WWII

Voting closed - in due course the final to be contested by:

Bismarck (Germany) vs Yamato (Japan)

Most Beautiful Battlecruiser of WWII

Voting closed - in due course the final will be contested by:

USS Alaska (United States) vs HMS Hood (United Kingdom)

Most Beautiful Inter-War Heavy Cruiser

Voting closed - in due course the final will be contested by:

Admiral Hipper (Germany) vs Zara (Italy)

Most Beautiful Pre-War Light Cruiser

Voting closed - in due course the final will be contested by:

HMS Leander (United Kingdom) vs HMS Southampton (United Kingdom)

Most Beautiful Old Girls Tarted Up For War

Voting closed - in due course the final will be contested by:

HMS Warspite (United Kingdom) vs Kongo (Japan)

Most Beautiful Aircraft Carriers of WWII

USS Essex (5) - bradfordkay, redcoat, Zorch, fodder, british exil
vs
Taiho (5) - warspite1, Chickenboy, Orm, Empire101, MAurelius

USS Yorktown (2) - bradfordkay, fodder
vs
HMS Illustrious (8) - warspite1, redcoat, Chickenboy, Zorch, Orm, british exil, Empire101, MAurelius

The Least Hideous and thus Most Beautiful-Battlecruiser-turned-Ugly-Duckling Aircraft Carrier of WWII

Akagi (4) - warspite1, british exil, fodder, Akagi
Lexington (3) - Chickenboy, MAurelius, bradfordkay
Glorious (2) - Orm, Empire101

Where are all the voters? Clearly you were far too grand to vote on a lowly, common, best looking females competition (and why, as a bloke you would think that, I have no idea) but, well, we've moved on okay?

This is supposed to be a ****ing Wargaming Forum populated in the main by people who know and care about matters military for ****'s sake??!?!? So stop pretending you are too important or superior for this thread and get your votes out for the girls. I think some people don't realise they can be seen viewing the thread


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RE: Australian Beauties - 12/27/2012 12:45:33 PM   
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Japanese carrier Hôshô. She is today's featured article on wikipedia.




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RE: Australian Beauties - 12/28/2012 8:13:56 AM   
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Okay gents, next category is:

Most Beautiful Destroyers of World War II. Two groups of three, one vote for each group with the winners of each going through to the final.

Group A

Battle-Class (United Kingdom)
Grom-Class (Poland)
Akisuki-Class (Japan)












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RE: Australian Beauties - 12/28/2012 8:17:49 AM   
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Group B

Fletcher-Class (United States)
Le Fantasque (France)
1936-Class (Germany)












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RE: Australian Beauties - 12/28/2012 8:43:39 AM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: warspite1

Most Beautiful Fast Battleship of WWII

Voting closed - in due course the final to be contested by:

Bismarck (Germany) vs Yamato (Japan)

Most Beautiful Battlecruiser of WWII

Voting closed - in due course the final will be contested by:

USS Alaska (United States) vs HMS Hood (United Kingdom)

Most Beautiful Inter-War Heavy Cruiser

Voting closed - in due course the final will be contested by:

Admiral Hipper (Germany) vs Zara (Italy)

Most Beautiful Pre-War Light Cruiser

Voting closed - in due course the final will be contested by:

HMS Leander (United Kingdom) vs HMS Southampton (United Kingdom)

Most Beautiful Old Girls Tarted Up For War

Voting closed - in due course the final will be contested by:

HMS Warspite (United Kingdom) vs Kongo (Japan)

Most Beautiful Aircraft Carriers of WWII

USS Essex (5) - bradfordkay, redcoat, Zorch, fodder, british exil
vs
Taiho (5) - warspite1, Chickenboy, Orm, Empire101, MAurelius

USS Yorktown (2) - bradfordkay, fodder
vs
HMS Illustrious (8) - warspite1, redcoat, Chickenboy, Zorch, Orm, british exil, Empire101, MAurelius

The Least Hideous and thus Most Beautiful-Battlecruiser-turned-Ugly-Duckling Aircraft Carrier of WWII

Akagi (4) - warspite1, british exil, fodder, Akagi
Lexington (3) - Chickenboy, MAurelius, bradfordkay
Glorious (2) - Orm, Empire101

Most Beautiful Destroyers of World War II

Group A

Akizuki (1) - warspite1
Battle (0)
Grom (0)

Group B

Fletcher (1) - warspite1
Le Fantasque (0)
1936-class (0)

Where are all the voters? Clearly you were far too grand to vote on a lowly, common, best looking females competition (and why, as a bloke you would think that, I have no idea) but, well, we've moved on okay?

This is supposed to be a ****ing Wargaming Forum populated in the main by people who know and care about matters military for ****'s sake??!?!? So stop pretending you are too important or superior for this thread and get your votes out for the girls. I think some people don't realise they can be seen viewing the thread




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RE: Australian Beauties - 12/28/2012 9:52:09 AM   
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ORIGINAL: warspite1

Group A

Battle-Class (United Kingdom)
Grom-Class (Poland)
Akisuki-Class (Japan)

.











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RE: Australian Beauties - 12/28/2012 9:55:41 AM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: fodder

quote:

ORIGINAL: warspite1

Group A

Battle-Class (United Kingdom)
Grom-Class (Poland)
Akisuki-Class (Japan)





warspite1

This must be post-war no? Those turrets don't look right?

Edit - maybe it is? Strange, they look too modern - certainly the pennant number on the side doesn't look WWII... I'm confused.

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RE: Australian Beauties - 12/28/2012 9:56:10 AM   
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ORIGINAL: warspite1

Group B

Fletcher-Class (United States)
Le Fantasque (France)
1936-Class (Germany)


Don't know if these are any better, but here goes.












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RE: Australian Beauties - 12/28/2012 9:58:35 AM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: fodder

quote:

ORIGINAL: warspite1

Group A

Battle-Class (United Kingdom)
Grom-Class (Poland)
Akisuki-Class (Japan)





warspite1

This must be post-war no? Those turrets don't look right?

Could be I don't know the class, hold on I'll look again.

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RE: Australian Beauties - 12/28/2012 10:13:08 AM   
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ORIGINAL: fodder


quote:

ORIGINAL: warspite1


quote:

ORIGINAL: fodder

quote:

ORIGINAL: warspite1

Group A

Battle-Class (United Kingdom)
Grom-Class (Poland)
Akisuki-Class (Japan)





warspite1

This must be post-war no? Those turrets don't look right?

Could be I don't know the class, hold on I'll look again.

Yup, this pic taken in 1953. There are not a lot of pics of this class during the war. Lots of them form after the war. Lets try this one.




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RE: Australian Beauties - 12/29/2012 9:56:12 PM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: warspite1

Most Beautiful Fast Battleship of WWII

Voting closed - in due course the final to be contested by:

Bismarck (Germany) vs Yamato (Japan)

Most Beautiful Battlecruiser of WWII

Voting closed - in due course the final will be contested by:

USS Alaska (United States) vs HMS Hood (United Kingdom)

Most Beautiful Inter-War Heavy Cruiser

Voting closed - in due course the final will be contested by:

Admiral Hipper (Germany) vs Zara (Italy)

Most Beautiful Pre-War Light Cruiser

Voting closed - in due course the final will be contested by:

HMS Leander (United Kingdom) vs HMS Southampton (United Kingdom)

Most Beautiful Old Girls Tarted Up For War

Voting closed - in due course the final will be contested by:

HMS Warspite (United Kingdom) vs Kongo (Japan)

Most Beautiful Aircraft Carriers of WWII

USS Essex (5) - bradfordkay, redcoat, Zorch, fodder, british exil
vs
Taiho (5) - warspite1, Chickenboy, Orm, Empire101, MAurelius

USS Yorktown (2) - bradfordkay, fodder
vs
HMS Illustrious (8) - warspite1, redcoat, Chickenboy, Zorch, Orm, british exil, Empire101, MAurelius

The Least Hideous and thus Most Beautiful-Battlecruiser-turned-Ugly-Duckling Aircraft Carrier of WWII

Akagi (4) - warspite1, british exil, fodder, Akagi
Lexington (3) - Chickenboy, MAurelius, bradfordkay
Glorious (2) - Orm, Empire101

Most Beautiful Destroyers of World War II

Group A

Akizuki (1) - warspite1
Battle (0)
Grom (0)

Group B

Fletcher (1) - warspite1
Le Fantasque (0)
1936-class (0)

Where are all the voters? Clearly you were far too grand to vote on a lowly, common, best looking females competition (and why, as a bloke you would think that, I have no idea) but, well, we've moved on okay?

This is supposed to be a ****ing Wargaming Forum populated in the main by people who know and care about matters military for ****'s sake??!?!? So stop pretending you are too important or superior for this thread and get your votes out for the girls. I think some people don't realise they can be seen viewing the thread


warspite1

No fans of WWII destroyers out there?

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RE: Australian Beauties - 12/29/2012 9:56:50 PM   
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While I ponder on what destroyers to vote on I post a picture of a German Zerstörer 1936A operating under her new US flag.





Z39 under US flag as DD-939 in 1945

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RE: Australian Beauties - 12/29/2012 10:01:07 PM   
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No fans of WWII destroyers out there?

I am! I am!

This is the best category ever. Except all the other awesome categories of course.



Thank you Warspite1 for bringing so much naval beauty to this forum.



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RE: Australian Beauties - 12/29/2012 10:01:32 PM   
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ORIGINAL: Orm

While I ponder on what destroyers to vote on I post a picture of a German Zerstörer 1936A operating under her new US flag.





Z39 under US flag as DD-939 in 1945
warspite1

Nice!


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RE: Australian Beauties - 12/29/2012 10:29:43 PM   
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Group A

Battle-Class (United Kingdom)
Grom-Class (Poland)
Akisuki-Class (Japan)

All nice looking destroyers. In the end I decide to give the Swedish votes to United Kingdom in this category.

Could it be that the Japanese destroyer class is misspelled?




HMS Armada



ORP Grom



Akizuki


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RE: Australian Beauties - 12/29/2012 10:33:22 PM   
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ok - Akitsuki and Fletcher for me... (not choosing Battle and La Fantasque was tough...)

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