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  • Birthday 03/15/1964


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  1. I preordered this one myself when it was released. I figured this would sell out quickly and triple in price at least. Beautiful book worth every penny. Unique titles like this are a must in my collection.
  2. Lieutenant Aleksandr P. Oskin in an T34/85 and 501st Heavy Tank Battalion | Weapons and Warfare
  3. From what I've read their CO was relieved after this action.
  4. So good I bought it twice. Also Between the Oder and the Elbe by Tieke, Wilehlm: New Hardcover (2006) 1st Edition | J.M. Brown (abebooks.com) Check out the small map section underneath. That is a supplemental map that is included. Its a 24"x36" color street map of Berlin on one side and a color battle map on the other. Beautiful and excellent book translated to English.
  5. I agree if you're gonna put a 90mm gun in there the crew should have better armor protection.
  6. They were pretty effective in Korea against the T-34/85. They had reliability issues due to the engine and transmission I believe.
  7. I am currently reading Escaping the Trap (tamupress.com). An excellent account of the X Corps in Korea in 1950. This book gives mostly the US Army side of the campaign, Task Force Faith etc. As usual Lt. Col. Appleman goes into great detail on the hell of Chosin and though outnumbered the US Army and Marines fought with everything they had in horrendous conditions. If you like detailed operational reading you will really enjoy it.
  8. I certainly wouldn't mind a module in this time period but one thing on the wish list was always CMKW. KW= Korean War. Of course CM Pacific Theater would be first!
  9. Fire And Rubble now Cold War! You guys really want my money don't you?
  10. Good game I do remember the flak tower.
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