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Beast of War

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#1 14 years ago

Reading the upset reactions to my request reducing the Tigers armour to more realistic value's, i think they have this tank in mind :lol:

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Too bad it only fought for a very short time against the soviets when they wanted to capture it's test facility. And it was "only" equipped with the King Tigers 88 mm gun for testing, not with it's intended 128 mm L50 or 150 mm L40 gun ;)

Other vehicles :n0e: would love in FH :

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This was a mine clearing vehicle.....

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Master Minder

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#2 14 years ago

we allready have enough german stuff done or WIP - atleast the mortar karl is going to be added maybe




Artie Bucco

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#3 14 years ago

WTF is the point if most of these were only prototypes.




HeLmUt_KlAmKe

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#4 14 years ago

I would left FH if that mine clearing thing was added :uhm:




McGibs

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#5 14 years ago

lol, that mine clearing thing looks sweet!




Coolguy

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#6 14 years ago

I want Panzerkleins!!!! ;o




Beast of War

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#7 14 years ago
Artie BuccoWTF is the point if most of these were only prototypes.

The point is that players confuse a regular tiger survivability with that of the experimental tank in the picture, the Maus. :lol:

The rest is only weird stuff i never seen before, visiting the site of a russian museum. Didn't mean to ask to add them to FH. But if they model the karl that is just great ! ;)




D-Fens

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#8 14 years ago

Hehe, what about this maq3570.jpg




Archangel85

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#9 14 years ago

...uh, I don't think they were used that much...




Beast of War

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#10 14 years ago

The germans used a lot of captured equipment, and modified them.

A lot of the early german tank destroyers ( marder series) were essentially foreign captured tanks that were stripped of a turret and original gun(s) and used as a chassis for powerfull AT guns.

The Panzer 35t and 38t were captured chech tanks that were heavily used by the germans in the european battlefield in 1940.

And the T34......many of german devisions were equipped with large numbers of them. Yes, you read that correctly. Now why would the germans use whole T34 equipped devisions if the T34 sucked eh ? The FH team seems to be well ahead of these people, a beute T34 was already in Beta 0.5b.

Known users of captured T-34/76 tanks were numerous along with many unrecorded ones. For example on October 15th of 1941, 1st Panzer Division's 1st Panzer Regiment had some 6 T-34/76 Model 1940 and 1941 tanks. Along with 1st Panzer Division, T-34/76 tanks were in service with 2nd Panzer Division, 9th Panzer Division (33rd Panzer Regiment), 10th Panzer Division (7th Panzer Regiment), 11th Panzer Division, 20th Panzer Division (21st Panzer Regiment) and 23rd Panzer Division. Number of T-34/76 tanks was still in service in 1945, for example with 23rd Panzer Division in Slovakia and East Prussia. Along with Panzer Divisions, number was used by 18th Panzergrenadier Division and 98th Infantry Division. In the summer of 1943, few captured T-34/76 tanks were even operated by Italian crews

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