The remnants of the Folgore division put up a resistance beyond every limit of human possibility. [London Radio]
The remnants of the Folgore Division were withdrawn from El Alamein without being defeated on 3 November 1942, without water and transporting, pieces of tank destroyers in their arms. The survivors were reorganized into the 185th Folgore Parachute Battalion. At 2:35 pm of November 6, after having exhausted all its ammunition, the remainder of the Division surrendered, but without having to show a white flag and without having to raise their hands while surrendering to the British.
I think your membership of this Battalion is BS and you're a Walt ! Photo's or it didn't happen. Red (Maroon) beret is from the UK's 'Parachute Regiment.' Why Folgore uses it, I don't know ? A lack of their own Ethos perhaps ?
Of course, I'm a walt as you're a walt.
Photo of yoursefl and then photo of myself.
First act, then speak.
Why Red Beret? For the blood of WWII allied infantrymen and armoured corps soldiers lying down in the sands of El Alamein.
Sorry... Do you know what happened at El Alamein between Commonwealth troops and Italian Folgore Division (now Brigade)?
Yes, the Folgores defended valiantly before withdrawing. Then they agreed terms for their surrender (No white flags IIRC).
Now stop posting off topic comments and trying to flamebait me or you'll be reported. I've answered your questions and explained my points to allow for any confusion that exists. Try and behave !
I contacted Flyye recently about getting gear made in DPM. They are willing to do so, but you have to send the cordura to them.. Maybe if we'll all join up they are willing to invest in DPM? Any thoughts on this?