Friday photo (on Sunday) never surrender

Friday photo (on Sunday) "never surrender", um anyone know what this is about looks like wallpaper? Perhaps in a museum somewhere?

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Dan on Sunday, 04 November 2018 18:42

I believe this is on display in the Hartenstein Hotel as part of the airborne museum there from the Battle in Arnhem.

I believe this is on display in the Hartenstein Hotel as part of the airborne museum there from the Battle in Arnhem.
Rex on Sunday, 04 November 2018 18:58

Cool, is this where the rule came from or is that "never surrender" statement from a previous campaign?

Cool, is this where the rule came from or is that "never surrender" statement from a previous campaign?
Dan on Sunday, 04 November 2018 19:32

I think they've used the phrase tying it in a couple of times..i believe one of the Ltd. Ed. Models is dubbed never surrender too.

I think they've used the phrase tying it in a couple of times..i believe one of the Ltd. Ed. Models is dubbed never surrender too.
Rex on Monday, 05 November 2018 09:25

Ah yes, its a min not a rule. You can see that I don't play British parras

Ah yes, its a min not a rule. You can see that I don't play British parras
Dan on Tuesday, 06 November 2018 12:01

heheh- you mean dont YET!

heheh- you mean dont YET! ;)
Rex on Thursday, 08 November 2018 15:02

Yeah, I'm sort of expecting a new second edition British book at some point?

Yeah, I'm sort of expecting a new second edition British book at some point?
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