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Moose12

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#51 12 years ago

mydjinny;3587517I suppose expecting a COMPLETE North African campaign would be unrealistic since everyone expcts a release in the Summer.

Also a complete NA campaign would mean closure to any additional maps from that theatre.

I would hope the FH crew added some weapons and gizmos that were in the NA campaign as they progress throughout the rest of the theatres of war so that each release, besides having a new theatre to play with, would also have an improved (new levels, fewer place-holders, new armies) NA campaign..

*I'm hoping the FH crew would include some indiginous people later in FH2....

And ofcourse, some space for mappers to include what I hope to be completely bot-compatible map additions

Indiginous people :), you just hope they think Ghana is part of the theater and put you in game :rolleyes:




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#52 12 years ago
mydjinny;3587517 ...*I'm hoping the FH crew would include some indiginous people later in FH2....

As dead civilians? Because I'm having trouble coming up with sizeable examples of North African combatants. Perhaps in some of the French units (Algerian gouma , Moroccan Rif, Sudanese troops), but I'm unsure of how broad their particpation was. South African troops from British Commonwealth?




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#53 12 years ago

The Italians has a couple of divisions with native Libyans in late 1940. In fact, I believe half their men in North African were Libyans when the war started.




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#54 12 years ago
Moose12;3587942Indiginous people :), you just hope they think Ghana is part of the theater and put you in game :rolleyes:

Well, I know we were mainly in the quartermaster corpes for the British in WW2 and part of the supply chain leading to the North. Unless the FarschirmJagers landing in West Africa and were engaged, I'm not sure any Gold-coastan fired a single No4 or sten in anger. :p

But definitely the North African indegenes.