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Hi all and seasons greetings

I have been out of the loop recently what with work, family and Hull City AFC first ever venture in the BIG time and was wondering if the Williamson book has been published yet-The Imperial Iron Cross.

I was following the thread a while ago and need to catch up on its progress. Can anyone fill me in with details if there are any?

Thanks

Rob

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Good question. I was once asked for permission for the use of one of my pictures in it

and then was never contacted agian.

And speeking of books------------

How about an update on Glenn R's book project. :rolleyes:

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Hi,

I am helping Gordon with it a bit. He is bound by contract to get together stuff done first and for my part there is a lot of information that has to be found first.

Patience is the best way :-)

Send him our Greetings Chris and tell him we wait impatient for this project to end and the Book to see the daylight..

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