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Thanks for not mentioning any of the Russian tanks by name. I once again cruised the ebay store for BT-7 and T-26s. Along with a T-35 or two, I could easily spend a couple of hundred dollars there just on the early Russian armour. But I did not…yet.
I have no sheep (I will not mention the cow and enormous pigs, oops, yes I did).
I have played the first three games in the Operation Jupiter over the last week. Just have to write them up. All I have is pictures. I normally take notes but the games were too exciting to stop to write something. The report will have to rely on memory and the photos.
Do marines listen to music? I suppose if some orders them to do so, I guess they would…
Ivan – I do not lack belief in the communist horde. While, like John, I do play to the best of my ability both sides during solo play, I am silently cheering for the Russians when against the Germans in WW2. I am sure that does not cloud my judgement 🙂
My wife’s family are all of Russian descent – my father-in-law was Ukrainian teenager that working on a farm in southern Germany during the War. My mother-in-law was in Manchuria in a Russian enclave after her (White Russian) parents esacped the motherlans after being on the wrong side in the Russian Revolution. And then the Chinese revolution saw Mao kick out the Russians. So I do cheer the Russians! I am on English descent so tend to cheer the Brits as well. The poor Germans are never on my good side when playing WW2!
I was looking at the PSC 20mm tanks, but some of the pre-painted models from the Ukraine are not too bad if you buy a few at once to cut down shipping costs. Stop talking about it – I’ve looked at the pre-paints again!
Great game John (I am only just catching up on some of the threads). A lot of early War Russian tanks there. Jack and you have nearly convinced me to get some but I am still resisting.
I am getting used to Jack’s “hills”. I almost see them as wargaming hills now. Almost 🙂