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Discussion in 'Free Fire Zone' started by A-58, Jul 14, 2020.

  1. A-58

    A-58 Cool Dude

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    Came across this while perusing around in wiki, looking for info about the Battle of El Guettar, a tactically inconclusive battle that saw the first successful use of US tank destroyers in battle, and before that I was reading about the organization and employment of anti-tank battalions. Strange how you come across things that have nothing to do with what you are looking for.

    Deutsches Reichsbräu - Wikipedia
     
  2. wooley12

    wooley12 Active Member

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    I'm disappointed.

    Hoping to see WWII content on the African campaign. Curses!!! Trolled again

    Instead I get a item about a neonazi prankster. Weak tea imo. Yvmv.

    OP. So what was your point? Might be a conversation starter.
     
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    A-58 Cool Dude

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    I just thought that it was cool, but now since I've found that it is linked to neo-nazis it was sort of a let down. Kinda neat about how they incorporated the use of AH (18) and Heil Hitler (88) without bringing much attention to the average non-historically inclined millennial beer guzzler type. Just the logo would've been enough for me to try it. Maybe Amazon carries it....

    This is what led me to it.

    Tank destroyer battalion (United States) - Wikipedia

    Battle of El Guettar - Wikipedia

    And then when I went back to the wiki main page I saw this:

    Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Yeah I know, the articles are not connected, the third one anyway. I did learn a great deal about the theory and science behind the US Tank Destroyer branch, and about how Patton didn't like them, and how they were only used a few times as designed and planned out....
     
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    wooley12 Active Member

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    Clickbait on Wikipedia . Police called 6 months ago because one guy made a label as a prank. News just for you supplied by robots.

    Forum is putzy today 3 try at posting this. Anyone know why?

    Here goes. Hit "post reply" and fingers crossed.
     

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