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As far as I know, there were only about 20 built, and they were already obsolete at the beginning of the war. Some were used in the national air defense, meaning at home, and if any were sent to combat units, I guess they would have disappeared at Stalingrad like most of the Hungarian army early equ...
In SD2, the whole of the RECON category do not affect the frontline: Puma, T-70, Greyhound, Valentine, recon Panzer IV, T-34/76 or even Panther, ... are as many units you can sneak ahead in enemy territory without the frontline to move a bit.
On the right are the symbols on the technique of the 26th Guards Tank Brigade, which was part of the 2nd Guards Corps. On the left are the symbols of the 25th Guards Tank Brigade, which was part of the 29th Tank Corps. I circled in red markings at the time of operation "Bagration". Thanks...
Greetings to you fellow wargamers, historians, military geeks, ... I come before you today seeking help. For those of you owning SD1, you know that we've reproduced each historical division's unique coat-of-arms, a cool historical feature shared by both sides in Normandy. And while the German divisi...
praslovan wrote:If anyone even just tries to suggest the inclusion of navy into SD I am going to smack that person over their head with Reichsadler or a hammer.
Don't know what a Reichsadler ("Imperial Eagle"?) is, but I'll hold it for you if it come to that ...
What book are you reading at the moment? I'm a bit (back) on Napoleonic-focused readings right now ... https://villevaudeassocs.typepad.fr/.a/6a00d834eebe2a69e201bb0823a25f970d-300wi https://www.napoleon.org/wp-content/thumbnails/uploads/2016/12/marechal-lefebvre_chr-fileaux-soteca-2016-tt-width-33...
- Mon 18 Mar 2019 17:35
- Forum: Steel Division 2
- Topic: Possible DLC for Steel Division 2 with Romanian Armed Forces of WW2
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