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GirlsHateMe

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#1 12 years ago

What I liked about BF2 is at the end of a match or round depending which side you are on, their national anthem gets to be played out so I thought wouldn't it be great if FH2 can do the exact samething.




oscar989

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#2 12 years ago

Thats a lot of national anthems.




stylie

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#3 12 years ago

NOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!! That was so annoying.




Safe-Keeper

Aw, c'mon Cyan, it's quality!

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#4 12 years ago
Thats a lot of national anthems.

Dead on:lol:!

Heh, I'd let the Germans win every time. Deutschland über Alles is so beautfiful.




Toekar

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#5 12 years ago

Here are some tunes from Rantam; http://rantam.blogspot.com/

RANTAM!! I love the British music buddy. Exellent work When will the Rule Britannia song be posted?

What do you guys think?




Greth

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#6 12 years ago

I think it would be better to hear a horn and all the player models cheer or something. Maybe some sounds of them shooting off their rifles too, lol.

although that would get annoying too.*

Oh yeah, and I like that victory song they chose (from that link).




hslan.Schwabenpfeil

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#7 12 years ago

@Safe Keeper: You`re kidding, right? Our national anthem is called "Einigkeit und Recht und Freiheit".(translation: unity and right and freedom) The verse you are talking about has been abused by a regime that assassinated millions of innocent people. You should probably know this, because Norway had to suffer from them, too.

But I agree, the 3rd verse, combined with the sound is beautiful.:D




FatJoe

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#8 12 years ago

I'm looking forward to see what Rantam has in store for us.. By the sound of that beta music clip, I know it'll be something good :)

/me hi-fives Rantam




Safe-Keeper

Aw, c'mon Cyan, it's quality!

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#9 12 years ago

Bah, just play "It's a long way to Tipperary" when the Germans win. We all know their submariners loved it;).

You`re kidding, right? Our national anthem is called "Einigkeit und Recht und Freiheit".(translation: unity and right and freedom) The verse you are talking about has been abused by a regime that assassinated millions of innocent people. You should probably know this, because Norway had to suffer from them, too.

I'm not kidding. The song's pretty and has nothing in its lyrics to do with the Nazi regime. It was the national anthem during Hitler's rule, but it was, as you probably know, penned all the way back in 1841, long before the birth of the NSDAP. The word's "über alles" is not a statement of superiority, but a call for the Germans to forget internal strife and start working towards making their homeland a better place to be (as in, "prioritize Germany above all").

My biggest gripe with the song is how the first verse refers to a Germany that's significantly larger than today's Germany. And some feminists might have a gripe with the second one;).

Info 1: http://ingeb.org/Lieder/deutschl.html Info 2: http://www.brandenburghistorica.com/page5.html It may be forbidden for Germans to vist the first one, as it contains the whole song. Be careful with it.




hslan.Schwabenpfeil

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#10 12 years ago

Lol. It's not forbidden to listen to it. I know that the history of our anthem is going back to the revolutionary days of 1848, but fact is, that the first verse had been reinterpreted by the Nazi-regime. And that Reinterpretation had been spread over the world by those scums. So I'm afraid someone who is not as literated as you obviously are, could only have heard about the nazi interpretation. Its not forbidden to sing the first verse, but germans prefer the third, because it fits better for modern Germany. The first one is quite "Olde Fashioned" with all that pathos in it. Greetings, the Pfeil.;)