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Sizum85

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#51 10 years ago

Did the Nieblerwerfer work well,i can imagine it being quite unreliable?:p Are there any stories of an attack of such a weapon?,cause if i hear the information,it could make the whole Red Army run like hell in no time:eek:




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#52 10 years ago

As an eyewitness I can tell you that it works fine. But you need a fresh Niebler after 5 uses. It was used in Operation Barbarossa but agent of the Micronesian camel corps stole them near Moscow. They retrieved some at Stalingrad but those got destroyed in a firefight which made them lose Stalingrad. The last where seen at Berlin but those where overrun by IS-2 tanks. On the Western front they where used at Arnhem, which made the allies lose Market Garden. And also 1 was used with the Rhine Crossing which slowed that down.




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#53 10 years ago

And without a steady supply of beer Niebler could turn against his owners... just pray it never happens!




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#54 10 years ago

Thats what happened during the Ardennes offensive! Thats why they lost! After Niebler finished the beer he wanted more..but the German landers didn't had any beer left, they drank it together with Niebler! So he turned to the Americans who still had "beer" and then drunk as hell he jumped from foxhole to foxhole rampaging on the German lines.




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#55 10 years ago

I'm surprised the Maus hasn't cropped up considering how stupid this thread has become.

(nominee for Best Thread '08 methinks? We won that last year, we can do it again!)




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#56 10 years ago

Amazing Things? *cough*

Sorry guys, I've been getting over a cold.




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#57 10 years ago

That cough must be terrible for your trumpet playing, huh?

Eyewitness reports of the nieblerwefer are always spotty at best, because people on the receiving end are almost always killed instantly, and those that survive live out the rest of their days in mental institutions babbling about "smoke" and "leveling the landscape." The German units who were allowed to operate such a formidable weapon were always rabidly loyal Nazis who died defending the weapons (which were destroyed as noted by Invictus).

Truly an enigmatic weapon.




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#58 10 years ago
Flyboy1942;4686276That cough must be terrible for your trumpet playing, huh? Eyewitness reports of the nieblerwefer are always spotty at best, because people on the receiving end are almost always killed instantly, and those that survive live out the rest of their days in mental institutions babbling about "smoke" and "leveling the landscape." The German units who were allowed to operate such a formidable weapon were always rabidly loyal Nazis who died defending the weapons (which were destroyed as noted by Invictus). Truly an enigmatic weapon.

Don't forget they also mumble "the scream..it's there...the happy scream" and then they get really insane and they are locked up.




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#59 10 years ago

i see,isnt that thing forbidden by the convention of Geneva




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#60 10 years ago

Yes, it did not violated the rules about tanks and heavy artillery. After all they tested it in a Circus, which made it a legal circus act.