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MR.X`

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#71 14 years ago

Why? Its so... tiny.

Personally, the M26 Pershing.




terminal-strike

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#72 14 years ago

i think this topic is about as controversial as a bunch of guys talking which of there wive's and kids are the ugliest.




GI_JOEjk

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#73 14 years ago
Beast of WarWhat makes you so certain of that ? According to various RUSSIAN sources i read, one Maus did saw combat.....only very short combat. When the Russians overran the test facility where several Maus superheavy tanks were being developed and tested, one unfinished test Maus wich had a ( Tiger II ausf B ) 88 mm cannon on it and no secondary armerment was used in the defence of the complex. One of the unfinished test Maus versions found on the complex is on display at the Kublinka museum in Russia, most parts on it are mock up though to make it look like what the Germans had in mind but never came to completing. As far as your "realism" claim goes, it would not be out of place in Alpenfestung, wich has even UFO's in it that really did not see combat :lol:

What!? The Germans didn't acctually use UFOs?!?! :eek:




Ohioan

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#74 14 years ago

Lies, we all know about the 18th Fallschirmajagger division that trained to jump from UFOs in flight over allied shipping lanes and capture the supply ships, then ram them into the escorting frigates and make off with the sweet, sweet American chocolate bars within.




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#75 14 years ago

mmmm chocolate. Also, don't forget about operation hershey!