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2 excited 4 shark week

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#1 15 years ago

haha. I think he was an elf.




Hanley

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#2 15 years ago
'LIGHTNING [NL']Fall Weiss - late 1939 (September 1th) Eastern Blitz - Late 1939 (September) Battle of Britain - late 1940 (July 10th) Tobruk - early 1941 (April 11th) Crete - early 1941 (May 20th) Atlantic - early 1941 (May 27th) Kharkov - late 1941 (October 21th) Wake - late 1941 (December 11th) Phillipines - late 1941 (Decmeber) Gazala - early 1942 (January 28th) Coral sea - mid 1942 (May 7th) Midway - mid 1942 (june 4th) Aberdeen - mid 1942 (june 5th?) Adak island - mid 1942 (june 12th?) Guadalcanal - mid 1942 (July 3rd) Desert Rose - mid 1942 (July) Makin - mid 1942 (August 17th) Operation Supercharge - Late 1942 (October 23rd) El Alamein - late 1942 (October 23rd) Stalingrad - late 1942 (September 13th) Pavlov - late 1942 (September 23rd) Kursk - mid 1943 (july 5th) Prokhorovka - mid 1943 (july 5th?) Orel - mid 1943 (july 12th) ??? Valirisk - late 1943 (December) (Total Guess)??? The storm - early 1944 (February) Pegasus Bridge - mid 1944 (June 5th/6th) Omaha Beach - mid 1944 (june 6th) Gold Beach - mid 1944 (june 6th) Ramelle-Neuville - mid 1944 (June 8th?) Karelia - mid 1944 (June 9th) Saipan - mid 1944 (june 15th) (In the Hell of) Bocage - mid 1944 (June July August) Operation Goodwood - mid 1944 (July 1944) Liberation of Caen - mid 1944 (July 1944) Breakthrough - mid 1944 (August) Arnhem - late 1944 (September 17th) Market garden - late 1944 (September 17th) Meuse River Line - late 1944 (December) Battle of the Bulge - late 1944 (December 16th) Foy - early 1945 (January) Iwo Jima - early 1945 (January 19th) Zielona Gora - Early 1945 (February) Alpenfestung - late 1945 Berlin outskirts - early 1945 (April 16th) Berlin - early 1945 (April 16th)

Added the ones I noticed you forgot.




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#3 15 years ago

You guys are walking history encyclopedias. Lightning, can I start calling you Encyclopedia Brown? haha




pvt. Allen

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#4 15 years ago

It's not that hard to remember ww2 events. Most of these can be figured out with more basic knowledge without knowing certain battles dates. Hanley, Alpenfestung-1945 is the last battle. It's a fictional scenario of what if Germans would manage to gather more equipment in their Alpen Fortress wich Hitler ordered to organize.




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#5 15 years ago

Imagine! A battle with the Werewolf in the Kehlstenhaus or the Berghof? What if that actually happened?




pvt. Allen

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#6 15 years ago

There were no battles at these places. Most of Nazis were defending bridges or making ambushes. But there was no organised defence that could realy hold the Americans. If Nazis would manage to do what Hitler ordered: gather all remaining forces and commanders in Alps most likely, as Eisenhower said, they would hold off any attack that allies could send there. They could kind of a survive with their own Nazi country with factories in mountains - impossible to destroy, so having enough of equipment.