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Post subject: Re: FD Scale VehiclesPosted: September 7th, 2010, 8:29 am
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And they still go like stink with the belly tanks etc. Proof of how right the design was.

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Post subject: Re: FD Scale VehiclesPosted: September 7th, 2010, 9:10 am
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Had a model of that aircraft as a boy, and allways liked the above wings AA missiles.
Beautifull drawing DP.

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Post subject: Re: FD Scale VehiclesPosted: September 7th, 2010, 6:49 pm
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We need these:
Is-7 (staling tank, the biggest version)
Is-4 (stalin tank)
Is-3
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Kv-220
Kv-3
Kv-2
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T-44
T-43
T-34

Would be awesome if somebody drew them :)

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Post subject: Re: FD Scale VehiclesPosted: September 12th, 2010, 5:48 pm
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Well I'm totally stuck with D'Entrecasteaux ( funny thing my friend who lived from his 6 to 18 in frogeaters country don't know what that name means ) and have pretty nice cold and fever ... but I try to create something to be in pixel art shape. And I think this is not a good idea to make anything in fever. :roll:

I present you 7TP a polish light tank who outclassed most of germans tanks in war of 39'. Armed with 37 mm Bofors gun and coaxial water cooled 7.92 machine gun. Or twin-turret version with two 7.92 mm Browning machine guns. 7TP have near identical suspension with russian T26 and english Vickers Mark E. That was a very good tank in his time, but small in numbers and with totally bad tactic of use.

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Post subject: Re: FD Scale VehiclesPosted: September 12th, 2010, 5:54 pm
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Nice little tank Rhade.
The point of fact is that German tactics called for a massive use of close air-support (Junkers JU-87 'Stuka', and artillery fire) to support their armour (In Poland these were PzKW I and PzKW II).
The armour was used like a fist to smash through enemy formations.
It became known as Blitzkrieg. Also bear in mind the use of terroe tactics like the bombing of Warsaw and straffing refugees columns.

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Post subject: Re: FD Scale VehiclesPosted: September 12th, 2010, 6:03 pm
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Yeah, germans have a superb tactics of mobile warfere and polish army have stuck with WWI tactic. That was a new kind of war.
Also there was only about 139 7TP in whole army and only one true "big" armored unit in our army, The Warsaw Armoured Motorized Brigade.

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Post subject: Re: FD Scale VehiclesPosted: September 12th, 2010, 7:45 pm
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Nice little tank Rhade.
The point of fact is that German tactics called for a massive use of close air-support (Junkers JU-87 'Stuka', and artillery fire) to support their armour (In Poland these were PzKW I and PzKW II).
It was main power. But it was also PzKw III and IV, and also Pz35(t)
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... and polish army have stuck with WWI tactic. That was a new kind of war.
Second it's true, first - no.
Rhade wrote:
Also there was only about 139 7TP in whole army (...)
And 38 Vickers Mark E
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(...)and only one true "big" armored unit in our army, The Warsaw Armoured Motorized Brigade.
It's not true - WBP-M (Warsaw ArmMotBrig) was second and was not ready.
First Armoured Motorized Brigade was 10 Cavalry Brigade (motorized).


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Post subject: Re: FD Scale VehiclesPosted: September 12th, 2010, 8:11 pm
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... and polish army have stuck with WWI tactic. That was a new kind of war.

Second it's true, first - no.
Both are true, our high command were sure that war of 39' will be the same as WWI, trench war. We have never expect this level of german mobility and Blitz tactics.
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And 38 Vickers Mark E
And FT17, Hotchkiss and Renault tanks ... but I say only about 7TP tanks.
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It's not true - WBP-M (Warsaw ArmMotBrig) was second and was not ready.
First Armoured Motorized Brigade was 10 Cavalry Brigade (motorized).
Yeah, you right ... I totally forget about 10 Cav' :| bloody fever. :oops:

Maybe I will draw Vickers tank also ?

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Post subject: Re: FD Scale VehiclesPosted: September 12th, 2010, 9:33 pm
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Mitoko wrote
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Nice little tank Rhade.
The point of fact is that German tactics called for a massive use of close air-support (Junkers JU-87 'Stuka', and artillery fire) to support their armour (In Poland these were PzKW I and PzKW II).

It was main power. But it was also PzKw III and IV, and also Pz35(t)
The PzKW III and PzKW IV were used in the invasion of western Europe, but the most of the tanks in the invasion of Poland were the earlier models. I agree that some Pz35(t) were used.
The numbers are 1445 PzKpfw I, 1223 PzKpfw II light tanks and 98 PzKpfw III, 211 PzKpfw IV medium tanks and 202 ex-Czech PzKpfw 35(t) and 78 PzKpfw 38(t). As you can see the bulk of the German tanks were the small light tanks, which in effect were quite out-classed by the Polish 7TP light tanks.

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Post subject: Re: FD Scale VehiclesPosted: September 15th, 2010, 7:16 pm
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A little practice work, I must say it's hard to express my admiration to Darth Panda skills. In particular with regard to his tanks and tank tracks, that bloody tank tracks. Making them is almost a masochism. :lol:
So with small modification:
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