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hi chris, sorry ive not been around on here i forgot my pass word when i moved my computer and stuff to this new house, just today finally remembered it and had to pay my year dues so im back...

anyway the milipass collection all started by a fluke,

i was buying ww2 soldbuchs and wherpass and one day i got a 3 pack his ww1 millipass and his 2 ww2 ids sold/wherp.

i loved the ww1 one and it had a ton more info then the ww2 ids so then and there i quit the ww2 paper chase and threw all i had into ww1 ids.

now after i think about 6 or 7 years i have a total of 545 ww1 ids in my collection. im shooting for 1,000 so i have a ways to go, but its fun and very interesting to try and read them......

thxs again for the help in the past. i hope to get more great pics and stuff posted soon

joe

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