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is gone. What a huge loss. That was a tremendous archive and source of material

:mega_shok:

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What a short, uninformative note for the end of such a wonderfully made website???

What a sad end for something, that had already become an "institution" for the many

interested in WW1 aviation... I really hope it will be continued by someone who cares.

Edited by Olham

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This is the problem with digital sources of history. They can disappear just like that, in the blink of an eye.

 

A better explanation than simply "persönlichen Gründen" would be appreciated.

 

Maybe I should start saving the pages of my favourite WW1 websites!

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Yes, I guess you should. Can one save a website itself (I am very stone age at that stuff)?

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Yes, I guess I will. First day at school was - well, tiring.

They gave me a rig with some stuff on, and a training book for HTML.

Then I had to work my own way into HTML scripts - I got to page 24.

Now I don't know, if that was good - or bad.

I was the only scholar for Web Design there right now. :pardon:

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