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My first crossword, on a military theme

· By Mark Hank · Published 2022-12-26T14:33:57.405Z

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  • Carolyn Kl 11:48 · 2022-12-26T17:29:14.438Z
    Impressed with how thoroughly you stuck to your theme. Sadly I'm not well-versed enough in military history or lingo to have gotten most of it, but I look forward to your next puzzles
    1A
    John Stuart was pub hero of this area of London
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    1. 1A
      John Stuart was pub hero of this area of London
    2. 10A
      A uniform colour
    3. 15A
      Virgil and Caravaggio agreed this Latin conquers
    4. 17A
      Desert ___, an armoured problem for Rommel
    5. 18A
      Iceland fought Modern Warfare over this
    6. 19A
      Code for RAF Mountfitchet now
    7. 20A
      Blackadder went here briefly in the end, surprisingly calmly
    8. 21A
      Resuscitate
    9. 23A
      Maverick writer of bad cheques
    10. 25A
      Senior service
    11. 27A
      Class of submarine, American of course
    12. 29A
      Augustine found just war theory here
    13. 31A
      Sherman promised these, plus a mule, for service
    14. 32A
      Nickname for British 25A
    15. 33A
      Norse god of many things, including war
    16. 36A
      eg 1914, 1918, 1939, 1945, abbr
    17. 37A
      _____-Tikki-Tavi, Kipling's valiant mongoose
    18. 38A
      England expects stiff
    19. 41A
      Happy in Paris
    20. 42A
      Before this was a word for before
    21. 43A
      London teaching hospital
    22. 44A
      It hurts mummy
    23. 45A
      4D deserves more respect than this term
    24. 46A
      Biblical name for beloved
    25. 47A
      Can you fill the unforgiving minute with a title?
    26. 48A
      ___ out
    27. 49A
      Place for a pistol
    28. 50A
      Self important items on the end of a pen
    29. 53A
      A sash, worn by a jedi maybe?
    30. 54A
      Bullets can be made of Pb or this
    31. 55A
      Not going anywhere
    32. 58A
      Chips and cheese, in America
    33. 61A
      Homemade, but no good
    34. 62A
      Lose a life when you reach 0
    35. 63A
      A kind of camera, which 65A might use
    36. 64A
      Departure
    37. 65A
      Those who act on behalf of, sometimes secretly
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      Napoleon was the chef of this 1800 battle
    2. 2D
      Any questions, Reddit?
    3. 3D
      The internet isn't just for people any more, abbr
    4. 4D
      PhDs or MDs
    5. 5D
      Hearing and seeing
    6. 6D
      May 1945 day
    7. 7D
      In 1918, the world vowed not
    8. 8D
      Type of display
    9. 9D
      Aer Lingus code
    10. 10D
      The best kind of blow
    11. 11D
      From Sheffield to Belfast, Endeavour to Victorious
    12. 12D
      The South before 1861
    13. 13D
      A court in Soho, a proposed conference in 1914
    14. 14D
      Amongst other things, indicating concurrence in a chat
    15. 16D
      Uppermost hat
    16. 21D
      Military boss, abbr
    17. 22D
      Batsman's average, at least to a 26D
    18. 24D
      Connecting stomachs to mouths
    19. 26D
      He came to town, Boston maybe?
    20. 28D
      Standard for military to give
    21. 30D
      Slide into these in the 90s
    22. 32D
      Genus of plants in the mint family
    23. 34D
      Art skills attract angry criticism
    24. 35D
      Teatime in the Roman Legion
    25. 39D
      Party to celebrate a war
    26. 40D
      Maker of chemicals and Tube Alloys, here in Britain not France
    27. 41D
      Entering
    28. 46D
      Fierce warriors, by ground or air
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      Wait patiently
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      σ
    31. 53D
      FDR signed orders like this
    32. 54D
      A weapon of war, ridden or held
    33. 56D
      West London landing strip
    34. 57D
      Works beautifully with HTML and JS
    35. 59D
      America's airborne reserve shortens to this
    36. 60D
      The ___ Schoolboy, a Le Carre hero, abbr
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