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The GMIC Conclave meeting in Potsdam and Gunzenhausen


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On my recent trip to Berlin I had the please of meeting several forum members in Berlin and at the show in Gunzenhausen. Although it was great being in Germany and eating great German food, the best part was meeting with fellow forum members. The first picture is from Potsdam. Present from left to right are:

Dave Danner, Paul C, Andy (soon to be a forum member) Daniel Krause and Glenn J

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Our next meeting was at the show in Gunzenhausen, Germany. Present are back row, left to right:

Wild Card, Claudio, Dave Danner, Me,

Front group:

Militaria0815 and Micheal

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I just found my long, thought-to-be-lost-forever, digital camera. I thought I lost it in Gunzenhausen. I didn't have a battery recharger, so I only took a few pictures, but there are a few from the second day of the conclave, when we went to Berlin to view the Neal O'Connor collection.

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