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Petya Wrote: Nov 09, 2012 12:18 PM
yankette, you are right. I hardly ever read Jonah's gibbrish. I come here just to laugh at him. If you recall - he said Saddam had nukes and fleet of drones. Like, for real. Jonah opened his big FAT MOUTH and lied, so that iraqies could be mass-murdered.
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Petya Wrote: Nov 09, 2012 12:03 PM
I think you got it backward. I know you are brainwashed into this silliness - that you can only complain if you voted - but it's the other way around. You voted id1ots in - you have no right to complain. I, on the other hand didn't vote them in, hence have all the right to complain.
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Petya Wrote: Nov 09, 2012 12:03 PM
kimbery, when you attack a country size of russia (or even china) - you better make long term preparation. Failure to prepare is preparing for Failure. The only time germans cut through russians like butter is June-July 1941. By August the offense was stopped. The Blitkrieg was over. Germany was done. It was only a matter of time. IN fact, it was only a matter of time for Germany ever since September 1st 1939.
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Petya Wrote: Nov 09, 2012 11:58 AM
So imagine Wehrmacht having 5-10 different artillery diameters. In the time of war - that is constant shortages and supply delays, how do you supply your artillery forces - when all guns have different sizes? That's because Germans weren't very bright or prepared for war. Btw, in WWII, the main factor wasn't even tanks or planes, it was artillery. Russians, by far, had the best artillery. No one was even close.
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Petya Wrote: Nov 09, 2012 11:53 AM
War ended with Germany in Ruins, no tanks, no planes. Russians had 20K+ tanks, 20K+ planes, awesome artillery and trucks to move it. Then Russian soldiers supplied german women with plenty of sp erm. Every german woman had a line as long as Black Friday in Wal Mart, except it wasn't just Fridays, but m, t, w, t, f, s and sunday. Btw, did I mention that German artillery was pre-WWI and worthless, and all different in size, so you couldn't supply it?
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Petya Wrote: Nov 09, 2012 11:49 AM
if you don't mind, I'll continue calling you kimberly. If you do mind, I don't care. If German tanks were not substandard, why did they adopt big gun- wide tracks - diesel engine (or gas turbine) - slope armour - after war? Why did all nations went the Russian route, and not the german tank route? I'll tell you why - because russians got them right, and germans didn't. Stuka was an outdated plane, only good for first 1-2 years of war, and final analysis argued they sounded more scary than the caused damage. French are like Italians - worthless fighters. Yes, they had better tanks than Germans. Everyone who had tanks (except Brits) had better tanks then Germans - French, Czechs, Russians. Americans had no tanks in 1941.
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Petya Wrote: Nov 09, 2012 11:44 AM
Hard Thought, when you copy and paste, do you control-C and control-V, or do you use Edit menu?
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Petya Wrote: Nov 09, 2012 11:39 AM
kimberly - your post on sherman tank was the first (and last) decent post of yours.
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Petya Wrote: Nov 09, 2012 11:38 AM
... and engine power, but because Germans didn't have the know-how, Panther weighed 10-15 tones more than T-34. And it still had gasoline engine.
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Petya Wrote: Nov 09, 2012 11:36 AM
hahahahahahaha! How would a german tank, with 45mm gun, take out russian tank with the thick slope armour? In your wildest dreams! It was german tank crews, starting with 1943 and on that got no training. All russian commander tanks had radios. True, not all tanks had radios. That was remedied. It's much easier to install a radio into a good tank, with big gun, thick slope armour, wide tracks, and powerful diesel (T34, KV1, IS, etc.), then it is to improve a crappy german tank that has radio. It still had insufficient gun, armour, crappy tracks, and undepowered flammable gasoline engine. German Panther was only introduced in mid 1943 - they tried to copy T-34, but couldn't. So they built tank with similar gun, armour, and engine
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Petya Wrote: Nov 09, 2012 11:36 AM
hahahahahahaha! How would a german tank, with 45mm gun, take out russian tank with the thick slope armour? In your wildest dreams! It was german tank crews, starting with 1943 and on that got no training. All russian commander tanks had radios. True, not all tanks had radios. That was remedied. It's much easier to install a radio into a good tank, with big gun, thick slope armour, wide tracks, and powerful diesel (T34, KV1, IS, etc.), then it is to improve a crappy german tank that has radio. It still had insufficient gun, armour, crappy tracks, and undepowered flammable gasoline engine. German Panther was only introduced in mid 1943 - they tried to copy T-34, but couldn't. So they built tank with similar gun, armour, and engine
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