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Traslation to spanish from french original (trench war):


Final page:

prensa histórica.pdf

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Thanks very much to both, you are vey kind.

TacHel your talent is to put yourself nicks... It is more difficult for me to write TacHel that Aguirreberrigorriberrigotaberricoechea (The First surname of a vasc friend, and this is true).

I wiil continue tomorrow.

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Thanks Laurence :)

Some more pages: The total work is too loud to put here. I'm not working more withYousendit cause it has disapear.

If you have seen the USA serie "Pacific" you have to recognize the valiant Sargent Basilone:


A page about curiosities of the 2ªWW:

The horizontal format it is like better for internet magazines.

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This is a not very good map of Wake Island:

version final.pdf

The logo:

Some sources:


Logo of the web page:

Sketches of

Logos for the editorial (It finish publishing some books, I have to leave the project for the Parkinson).


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At last the editor takes my work but don't pay... I don't know the amount of work he uses but as less the logo I'm sure. A big man. Very clever.

Some sketches made for me, I use to work for nothing many times cause i'm not a proffessional anyway, as Robert de Niro said," I know you and you know me" in spanish: "Arrieros somos y en el camino nos encontraremos" that means we are in the same work and some day i will have you in my hands, my friend. This is inevitable, life always closed this kind if things. if you have time, not with 100 years age, of course. The spanish provers are very exact some times and many of then come from the arabs times. The arab proverb in this case is "Sit down and you will see your enemy corpse passing" As less you will need 25 years to complet the cycle. But is scientific. Other question is that you have forgotten even affront or are a good person (vulgo: silly). En fín Pilarín. I was near to forgot, hehehehehe.


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