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  1. Combat Groups of the Working Class (GDR ruling party paramilitary). Post Cold War German-TV docu. The Wehrmacht soldier with MP40 is pretty misplaced in the title picture though.
  2. NVA propaganda for 30th anniversary of GDR (1979)
  3. Thank you very much for answer.
  4. Of course it will. But mods have to be in the {userdocs}\Battlefront\Combat Mission\Shock Force 2\Data\Mods\Z folder. The question is, will the steam installation use a different location for this or the same.
  5. What I want to know is, if I can have installed TWO versions of CMSF2 (battlefront AND steam) AT THE SAME TIME on the SAME system. (So that I can mod one to H&E and use the other for 'norma' [Syrian setting] Shock Force 2)
  6. I have CMSF2 from battlefront installed. I also have it activated in steam, but not installed. Could I also install it in steam and then mod it to Heaven&Earth, while keeping my 'normal' CMSF2 at the same time without messing something up?
  7. Meanwhile it's already 3th April. Not that long anymore, and it will almost not take that much time till it is almost not long anymore to the point where the month is quite soon over!
  8. It means Staatssicherheit = "State Security". https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stasi
  9. Nice, another one for my collection. Thank you.
  10. They kinda tried to make the whole Swizz population in a kind of GLADIO stay-behind militia in the 1960's. GDR had the Kampfgruppen der Arbeiterklasse. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Combat_Groups_of_the_Working_Class They are said to be one of the the reasons why in '89 there DDR regime gave in without a fight, because there was a big part of the population practically trained in counterinsurgency street fighting. That would have become a 'counter'-counterinsurgency. I hope they get included in a GDR DLC.
  11. https://ia800207.us.archive.org/20/items/Der_Totale_Widerstand_Major_H._von_Dach_German/Der_Totale_Widerstand_Major_H._von_Dach_German.pdf It was marked as the 'most dangerous book from switzerland ' from newspapers. It is said, this one and "Der Stadtguerilla" where the books the Baader-Meinhof gang (Red Army Faction) got their practial knowledge from.
  12. Goose step: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Goose_step
  13. Officially neither the Army nor the State Council of the GDR had even the knowledge where exactly on GDR territory the soviet atom weapons where positioned. They had the MfS (stasi), of course. But they where certainly not in the position to just nuke Switzerland.
  14. Presumably to keep dirt and dust out of the pivot mechanism of the gun. Sometimes naval guns on ships have them too.
  15. Ok. But you had some bunkers. At least... https://www.swissinfo.ch/eng/prepared-for-anything_bunkers-for-all/995134
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