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Title: The Briton fighting 'other people's wars'
Post by: Carlusha on 00:35 30-Apr-2018
The Briton fighting 'other people's wars'

A number of Britons have travelled to Ukraine to join the ongoing fighting in the east of the country. One Briton who has joined the conflict told the BBC why he considers himself to be a freedom fighter.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-43899959

Title: Re: The Briton fighting 'other people's wars'
Post by: Danno99 on 02:36 03-Feb-2019
The Briton fighting 'other people's wars'

A number of Britons have travelled to Ukraine to join the ongoing fighting in the east of the country. One Briton who has joined the conflict told the BBC why he considers himself to be a freedom fighter.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-43899959

Anyone know what the law is on this? What countries can a person aid and which are a no no?
Title: Re: The Briton fighting 'other people's wars'
Post by: Tnic on 05:37 03-Feb-2019
Hats off to John!

Time was you couldn't aid a declared enemy of your country, but with today's liberal rules you'd likely get a parade if you made it home again.
Title: Re: The Briton fighting 'other people's wars'
Post by: keving41 on 22:15 14-Jul-2020
Im a Little late in the topic, I know the guy and some other brits.  We served together here in Ukraine in the same regiment. Interesting guy with some interesting story?s.