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#71 14 years ago

Forgotten hope is one of the finest mods i hvae ever played ty Semper fi carry on:ak3: :aug: :greenflame: :aug: :daddy: :tank: :tank: :tank:




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#72 14 years ago

Ya thats pretty nice but theres no PanzerIs in Forgotten Hope. Semper fi carry on

The object of war is not to die for your country but make the other poor Bastard die for his. -George S. Patton




obliviousnation

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#73 14 years ago

Someone ban this mofo ^




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#74 14 years ago

^ ban capone (for spamming) nice update...? :D




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#75 14 years ago

Check that, taken from Juno beach center website

Desperate to replace equipment lost at Dunkirk in June 1940, the British Army looked to Canada as a potential supplier of arms. The first tank produced in Canada was the Valentine, built by the Canadian Pacific Railway's Angus Shop in Montreal from 1941 to 1943. Production continued until early 1944. Most of the 1420 Canadian-built Valentines were shipped to the USSR for use on the Eastern Front, with only 30 being retained for training purposes. The Valentine was used in quantity by British armoured formations early in the war, but its low speed, light armour, and small main gun (a 2-pounder) rendered it obsolescent by late 1942. Nonetheless, the Russians testified to the quality of the tank, stating that "after proof in battle we consider the Canadian-built Valentine Tank the best tank which we have received from any of our allies and we propose to ask . . . for more." The compliment was conspicuous because the Russians rarely made "any other mention or acknowledgement of the many types of weapon supplied to them" by the Western Allies. (Chris Ellis and Peter Chamberlain, "Ram and Sexton", Armoured Fighting Vehicle, No. 13)

Explained this way, it looks a pretty good tank.