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  1. Didn't understand .. In German language Stab = staff, HQ, command unit. But german tank company had only one command unit - so called "Kompanie Trupp". "Kompanie Trupp" consisted of only 2 tanks, and had no numbers (it was only one in company). "Platoon" in German = "Zug", as I know.. Not "Stab". Sure about Stab = platoon? I corrected my translation a bit
  2. These four, right? 1. 3-я танковая рота танково-гренадёрской (панцер-гренадёрской) дивизии "Великая Германия", бортовой номер "322". Сентябрь 1943 г. Танк подвижного резерва, приданый тяжелой танковой роте истребителей танков. 2. 6-я танковая рота, танково-гренадёрской (панцер-гренадёрской) дивизии "Великая Германия", бортовой номер "231". 10 августа 1943 г. Машина принимала участие в сдерживающих боях в районе Белгорода в период Белгородско-Харьковской операции советских войск 3-23 августа 1943 г. ("Полководец Румянцев"). 3. 9-я танковая рота, 2-й танковой дивизии СС "Дас Райх", бортовой номер "S23". Танк принимал участие в боях в районе Белгорода в период Белгородско-Харьковской операции советских войск 3-23 августа 1943 г. ("Полководец Румянцев"). Уничтожен подразделениями советской 1-й танковой армии в районе Богодухова (Харьковская область, Украина). 4. 9-я танковая рота, 2-й танковой дивизии СС "Дас Райх", бортовой номер "S24". 13 августа 1943 г. Танк принимал участие в боях южнее Белгорода в период Белгородско-Харьковской операции советских войск 3-23 августа 1943 г. ("Полководец Румянцев").
  3. Never heard or read about it. Yes, Т-34 and it's diesel V-2 (В-2) had low reliability, but never met info about some RPM's limits..
  4. Your Richtschütze was a very bad student because he did not learn well how to write word "Bolschewik" before he get in Panzerwaffe.
  5. Look at nearby points on map. Whole area's average height is ~220-230 m. +/- 20 m for several kilometers are just unnoticeable. In russian books this point doesn't name "hill" ("холм"). It's named "высота" = "height" or just "point". As I know in German languge (Deutsch) for such objects they use word "Höhe" (= "height"). But not "Hügel" (= "hill").
  6. Yes, maybe in my next missions l'll duplicate orders by appearing/disappearing text notes on map..
  7. Yeah. To balance and make the game more historically true needs to do: - worsen T-34's optics (add dimness) - worsen T-34's rate of fire (from 9 now to 4-5 rounds per minute) - worsen T-34's aiming sensetivity and add effect of inertia - add additional armor to Pz-III (with tracks parts) All is MHO
  8. I read the book "Scheibert, Horst, Nach Stalingrad — 48 Kilometer" (russian edition), there were many mentionts about how good was long-barreled Pz-III against soviet tanks. It could destroy T-34 already at 600 m + it had better optics and far superior rate of fire. Yes, T-34 could teoretically destroy Pz-III at 1500 m, but it seems russian crews almost always had problems with aiming accuracy.
  9. No. First serie (25 tanks) made in January 1944.
  10. I see we have special thread for tank missons now. Move also this topic there please. Thanks)
  11. Something like "Сome on, TAKE IT!". Vulgar nowadays parody of soviet posters
  12. Wat ekzaktli, kamrad?) Ah.. you talk about SHIT'kovo. SHIT = ЩИТ = SHIELD ) So this name means something like "Shield village" or "Schilddorf" (exists in Germany). Learn russian better ) Now I don't like it here much, mate)) On russian forum you'd be banned for this)
  13. There is trial report (made 03.1941) for T-34 with L-11 gun - https://t34inform.ru/doc/1941-02-26_NIP_LMV_BK.html First series of T-34 had very poor rate of fire - up to 2 round per minute max. After improvements of cartridge racks it was up to 4 round per minute for stopped tank, and up to 3 for moving tank (fire during short stops). Don't think that was big difference in rate of fire between T-34 with L-11 gun made in early 1941 by UVZ and T-34 with F-34 made in the mid 1942 by STZ. I guess after all inprovemets of racks etc. without changing hull and turret the rate was ~5 max for super-well-trained crews. So yes, current rate of fire of T-34-STZ is incredible high (almost 10(!!!) rounds per minute) Such rate I saw only in some trial report in 1943 - well trained crew can fire 10-12 if tank stands still. But I think this applies to T-34 with new turret (1943)
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