If I recall correctly Turenkarn had a file for A Renault Otsu, but it was taken down, does anyone still have the files for it?
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I'm looking for something to use for Wargaming, doesn't need to be a particular scale
Alternate History: Keeping the Russians occupied
Do you think that the war could have been affected in any major way if the Japanese had acted on the tripartite pact and kept the Red Army occupied on the Manchurian border during Operation Barbarossa?
As it is Veterans/Armistice Day today, I decided to do a WWI question.
In your view, is there anyway that the British could have won at Gallipoli and successfully started a new front against the Ottomans?
To any veterans in the group, I would like to thank you for your service and wish you a Happy Veterans Day.
WWII is famous for its prototypes and tank projects, especially the German ones. All countries in the war worked on tank projects that were dead ends, past their prime, or not feasible.
So, what tank or tank project do you think wasted the most resources (or time) of any other during WWII?
Many people accept the premise that the Germans wasted too many resources on heavy and super heavy tanks. The Americans had many prototypes and heavy tank projects, of which the Pershing is the most famous. Many resources where spent on the design, testing, production, and last-minute transport to Europe. The numerous prototypes, T20-T26, many of which went no where, sat in motor pools and yards for years. Especially considering the resources used to get the few Pershings overseas, do you think that the expedited development and transport of Pershing was a waste of time and resources or not?
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