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PBS GIVEAWAY: POST SCRIPTUM !

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    Enter the competition below and get selected as winner!  The winner is chosen on 06/05/2018   http://www.pbsgameteam.com/giveaway/pbs-giveaway-po
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    I am trying my luck.

    The machine-gunners' dreams of point blank fire into serried masses of Emus were soon dissipated. The Emu command had evidently ordered guerrilla tactics, and its unwieldy army soon split up into innumerable small units that made use of the military equipment uneconomic. A crestfallen field force therefore withdrew from the combat area after about a month.

    - D.L. Serventy, ornithologist on the Emu War from 11–12.1932 between Royal Australian Artillery and 20,000 emus

    Emus outlasted!

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    25 people already, nice!

    #23318

    DiAge87
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    And do we have a lucky winner? 🙂

    Or am i reading the date wrong?
    Is 06/05/2018 the 6th May 2018 or is it the 5th July?

    The machine-gunners' dreams of point blank fire into serried masses of Emus were soon dissipated. The Emu command had evidently ordered guerrilla tactics, and its unwieldy army soon split up into innumerable small units that made use of the military equipment uneconomic. A crestfallen field force therefore withdrew from the combat area after about a month.

    - D.L. Serventy, ornithologist on the Emu War from 11–12.1932 between Royal Australian Artillery and 20,000 emus

    Emus outlasted!

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    We  did

     

    The server chose Japke last sunday

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    Ah, ok, then congratulations to Japke! 😀

    And then it seems like i have to buy the game on my own. 😉

    The machine-gunners' dreams of point blank fire into serried masses of Emus were soon dissipated. The Emu command had evidently ordered guerrilla tactics, and its unwieldy army soon split up into innumerable small units that made use of the military equipment uneconomic. A crestfallen field force therefore withdrew from the combat area after about a month.

    - D.L. Serventy, ornithologist on the Emu War from 11–12.1932 between Royal Australian Artillery and 20,000 emus

    Emus outlasted!

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