It would be nice to have a map of St. Lo france, my grandfather served in it as well, and from his stories, it was hecktic. I'll get info on it soon after my 15th post.
Why 15th post?
it keeps saying I can't post URL's untill the 15th post, I'll try to post some URL's in a sec.
Update: it still says I can't post URL's, guess I'll have to wait in the mean time I'll try to keep this topic going.
Well, don't expect a map of St. Lo for a long time mate. Remember the first theatre for FH2 will be North Africa and that alone will take a long time to make. Who knows what the second theatre will be ...
I agree that battle for St Lo would be interesting since it was one of the most important battles of July 1944 in Western Europe. On the other hand St Lo means an ending of my favourite theatre: Normandy since this was first not hedgerow sorrounded city. It's just like end of fun.:p
Well now, all fun must come to an end sometime right? Just Kidding. But yes I would like to see St. Lo sometime in the future.
Cool, didn't know alot more people wanted to see St. Lo also. I wish my Grandfather had more info, he and 5 other soldiers were captured crossing the Mosel river in France, and he spent 9 months in a German POW camp nearly starving before the U.S. captured the prision.
Omegathing, you could PM me with the text you want in it and the URL's and I will post it. Or you could wait a few more posts and post it yourself.
If you want info on St. Lo there is always google and wikipedia...
Info on St. Lo (Pictures) http://www.14thcmc.org/imgs/14places.htm (scroll down some) http://kriegsende.ard.de/container/n...1123494,00.jpg http://www.saak.nl/st_lo/st_lo.html http://www.ibiblio.org/hyperwar/USA/...-StLo-p127.jpg http://www.cal-mum.com/msn/msnmar043.jpg (info) http://www.army.mil/cmh-pg/books/wwi...13/st-lo_0.htm
The above are the links provided by Omegathing.