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    Post  nightcrawler on Fri Feb 04, 2011 2:33 pm

    It was part of their downfall. They over engineered everything... their Panthers were designed to last 30-40 years when in practise if they had designed them to last 10-15 years they could have made a lot more of them faster.

    If they had kept the Panzer IV in production with the late model gun and produced it in the numbers needed they would have been in a much better position. It was the same with aircraft... producing more FW-190s and keeping the Me-262s as fighters only and concentrating on fighters that could deal with bombers but fly at speeds where they didn't need to worry about enemy fighters would have made a difference.
    Their tanks were unbeatable in the open fields of most Europe; until the same successful tanks meet the forest/snowy landscapes of Eastern Europe then they failed & lighter but relatively underpowered Soviet tanks outperform the mighty Panzers. Because of manpower minority Nazi cannot go for numbers ideology so easily followed by Soviets.
    Accept what?
    It is used to tell what angle you should be facing now and based on a known or estimated flight speed it can be used with a clock for very basic navigation.
    you already accepted!!....see that wasn't that hard to accept the proof available in all the books & internet study
    What I mean is that no aircraft during the WWII period was capable of flying at supersonic speeds so the problems of supersonic speed were unknown at the time.
    you are asserting that Germans were unaware of any correlation b/w speed & planform??


    Swept wings had been proposed as early as 1935 by Adolf Busemann, and Messerschmitt had researched the topic from 1940. In April 1941, he proposed fitting a 35° swept wing (Pfeilflügel II, literally "arrow wing II") to the Me 262,[36] the same wing sweep angle that would later be used on both the American F-86 Sabre and Soviet MiG-15 fighter jets. Though this was not implemented, he continued with the projected HG II and HG III (Hochgeschwindigkeit, "high speed") derivatives in 1944, which were designed with a 35° and 45° wing sweep, respectively.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Messerschmitt_Me_262
    Now read about the bold scientist he had done quiet research over planforms & increasing speed/range [meant reducing drag] was a clear-cut reason for swept wings
    Obviously a straight wing could be used but it has to be small like on the X-1 and the F-104 and that the best solution to sonic and near sonic flight is a swept wing.
    Since considerable work had already been done on the P.1101 design, the RLM decided to continue reduced funding in order for Messerschmitt to carry out experimental flights testing the swept back wing at anticipated speeds up to Mach 1.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Messerschmitt_Me_P.1101

    Their negative impact on the world far outweighed their positive impact.
    All the five fingers [on one hand] ain't equal buddy!! The scientists working under Nazi may have been forced to pursue such a work or else there family be....
    Very short sighted but hardly an attempt to kill a section of the family. There would be plenty of other more direct ways of doing that if that was the goal.
    Got it~~
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    Post  GarryB on Sat Feb 05, 2011 3:28 am

    Their tanks were unbeatable in the open fields of most Europe;

    Their individual tanks on a one for one basis were adequate, it was their tactics and cooperation with the Luftwaffe that made them so effective.

    Mobility and communication were the key so when the weather (mud or snow) effected mobility they were as stuck as any other large force and therefore largely impotent.

    By 1943 however the Russians had learned the new rules of how to play the game and they played it as well as the Germans ever did.


    until the same successful tanks meet the forest/snowy landscapes of Eastern Europe then they failed & lighter but relatively underpowered Soviet tanks outperform the mighty Panzers.

    What? The main problem the Soviets had was that their T-34 was too good... excellent armour, good gun, powerful engine, wide tracks. The early models were not well layed out with the commander having to load the gun for instance and vision from the tank was not great, but much better than the equivelent german tank of the time... the Panzer 4 with a short barreled 75mm gun.

    The speed of the T-34 and its cross country ability meant a formation of T-26 light tanks, T-34 medium tanks and KV-1 heavy tanks would arrive in pieces with the T-34s often arriving first and the KVs arriving last if at all.

    In terms of performance however the KV-1 was an undergunned Tiger and resulted in quite a bit of tank terror on the Germans when it was encountered... even the 88mm guns sometimes needed a few shots to kill them... can't really say that about many tanks of the period.

    By the time the Germans had Panthers and Tigers the Soviets had T-34/85s and IS-1s which are certainly matches... the difference is of course the Soviets made about 5 times more T-34/85s than the Germans made Tigers of all types, and Panthers of all types so the actual chance of coming across a Panther or Tiger on the battlefield was not actually that high.

    Because of manpower minority Nazi cannot go for numbers ideology so easily followed by Soviets.

    The Germans didn't need the promise of a super tank in development when a cheaper simpler proven tank that could do the job and actually be produced and sent to the front to actually do the job. I am glad they were so dumb because it made the job of the Soviet forces easier.

    you already accepted!!....see that wasn't that hard to accept the proof available in all the books & internet

    No. There was no map, just a compass and gyro so it wasn't a navigation system. A human had to do the maths to work out the flight time to the target area and enter that time in the delay.
    It could just as easily have been a very long burning fuse... which isn't a navigation system either.

    you are asserting that Germans were unaware of any correlation b/w speed & planform??

    I am asserting during WWII they didn't put a swept wing on the Me-262 for aerodynamic reasons but cg reasons.

    Now read about the bold scientist he had done quiet research over planforms & increasing speed/range [meant reducing drag] was a clear-cut reason for swept wings

    ... so he copied the British?

    The first aircraft with swept wings were those designed by the British designer J.W.Dunne in the first decade of the 20th century. Dunne successfully employed severely swept wings in his tailless aircraft as a means of creating positive longitudinal static stability.[3] Historically, many low-speed aircraft have had swept wings in order to avoid problems with their center of gravity, to move the wing spar into a more convenient location, or to improve the sideways view from the pilot's position.

    wiki.

    The scientists working under Nazi may have been forced to pursue such a work or else there family be....

    How do you force someone to be brilliant if they really don't want to?

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    Post  nightcrawler on Sat Feb 05, 2011 4:09 am

    about tanks:

    Russian tanks were more suited to topography thats why they overcome the relatively mighty German tanks plus the number factor. The widely spaced tracks & smaller size aided their movement in the Soviet winters & the coming muddy landscapes!! Look at the T-34 it appears to be a baby infront of German Panzers Twisted Evil However their smaller size & greater number played the trick & not their [as you said] armament & guns [again the strategic defeat not the technology defeat]

    Soviet firing tests against a captured Tiger in April 1943 showed that the T-34's 76 mm gun could not penetrate the front of the Tiger I at all, and the side only at very close range. An existing Soviet 85 mm antiaircraft gun, the 52-K, was found to be very effective against the frontal armor of the Tiger I, and so a derivative of the 52-K 85 mm gun was developed for the T-34. The Soviets thus had already embarked on the 85 mm gun upgrade path before encountering the Panther tank at the Battle of Kursk.[91][92]

    After much development work, the first T-34-85 tanks entered combat in March 1944. The production version of the T-34's new 85 mm gun proved to be ineffective against the Panther's frontal armor, meaning the Soviet tank had to flank the Panther to destroy it, while the Panther's main gun could penetrate the T-34 at long range from any angle.[93] Although the T-34-85 tank was not quite the equal of the Panther, it was much better than the 76.2 mm-armed versions and made up for its quality shortcomings by being produced in greater quantities than the Panther.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Panther_tank#The_Allied_response


    No. There was no map, just a compass and gyro so it wasn't a navigation system. A human had to do the maths to work out the flight time to the target area and enter that time in the delay.
    It could just as easily have been a very long burning fuse... which isn't a navigation system either.

    Now you are really upsetting me look at the previous URLs & talk to any engineer their books are plastered by the fact that Germans produced first operational feedback guidance system for missile

    ... so he copied the British?
    Have listened about independent researches. London was meagre with respect to German in finding any correlation b/w speed/drag. Have you listened about Prandtl; he was way beyond British aeronautics & guess what he mathematically modelled the compressibility factor in supersonic regime just after the WW2
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ludwig_Prandtl

    His theories about boundary layer in 1930s paved a way to completely understand the drag & the lift phenomenon[ in addition to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nikolai_Zhukovsky]. Again I assert London was nowhere near him!! His theories latter were put to use by Nazis to design Swept wings to reduce drag because the ME 262 was experimented at Mach 0.82 where transonic regime occurs & compressibility starts to take place. Although this compressibility factor wasn't understood by Nazis at that time but experiments did proved of increasing drag & swept wings were tested to counter this drag[in addition to cg factor as you stated]..

    How do you force someone to be brilliant if they really don't want to?
    the factor of want wasn't listened by Hitler as well as Stalin. If you want you die; you just have to listen & obey What a Face
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    Post  GarryB on Mon Feb 14, 2011 6:53 am

    Russian tanks were more suited to topography thats why they overcome the relatively mighty German tanks plus the number factor.

    You mean the German tanks were poorly designed with narrow tracks and the stupid interlocking wheel design of the Panther.
    During wet periods or very cold periods any mud in between the wheels of a Panther froze and immobilised the tank completely... totally stupid and unnecessary design.

    The widely spaced tracks & smaller size aided their movement in the Soviet winters & the coming muddy landscapes!!

    Every tank design should be able to operate off road... the fact that the German tanks were designed for parades when it came to mobility says a lot about German tank designers.

    The internal layout however was superior as were the tactics where in a German tank the commander was the eyes of the hunter and was not distracted by being loader or gunner.
    The Soviets got it right eventually in the T-34/85 and the IS series tanks.

    Look at the T-34 it appears to be a baby infront of German Panzers Twisted Evil
    However their smaller size & greater number played the trick &
    not their [as you said] armament & guns [again the strategic defeat
    not the technology defeat]

    The fact that the German tanks didn't have better armour or better guns yet were larger than Soviet tanks was not a good design feature of German tanks. It was only their superior communications and tactics that allowed them to survive as long as they did.

    Soviet firing tests against a captured Tiger in April 1943 showed that
    the T-34's 76 mm gun could not penetrate the front of the Tiger I at
    all, and the side only at very close range. An existing Soviet 85 mm
    antiaircraft gun, the 52-K, was found to be very effective against the
    frontal armor of the Tiger I, and so a derivative of the 52-K 85 mm gun
    was developed for the T-34. The Soviets thus had already embarked on the
    85 mm gun upgrade path before encountering the Panther tank at the
    Battle of Kursk.[91][92]

    Comparing a medium mass produced tank that was in service in 1941 with a German heavy tank of which less than 1,500 were made is hardly a fair comparison. The Soviets were making more than 1,500 T-34s a month... The Germans liked the T-34 so much the Panther is a German T-34... the only difference is that the rear of the Panther has the opposite slope to the T-34. The Tiger was planned before 1940 but its design was speeded up when the T-34 was met in battle in 1941. The Panther was a scratch design created in serious urgency also after meeting KV-1 and T-34 vehicles on the battlefield.

    The Tiger was an impressive vehicle but it had its problems too. It couldn't fire while moving. Its design was frozen before the T-34 had been encountered so although it had thick armour it wasn't sloped to maximise its performance.

    After much development work, the first T-34-85 tanks entered combat in
    March 1944. The production version of the T-34's new 85 mm gun proved to
    be ineffective against the Panther's frontal armor, meaning the Soviet
    tank had to flank the Panther to destroy it, while the Panther's main
    gun could penetrate the T-34 at long range from any angle.[93] Although
    the T-34-85 tank was not quite the equal of the Panther, it was much
    better than the 76.2 mm-armed versions and made up for its quality
    shortcomings by being produced in greater quantities than the Panther.

    Again... you are comparing the T-34 of which almost 85,000 of all types were built with a Panther... less than 6,000 made?
    Panthers and Tigers were relatively rare on the battlefield in comparison.

    A much more fair comparison would be to compare the Panther with what would be hunting it. The Panther was for killing tanks and its Soviet equivelent would be the Su-100... not the T-34/85.
    Rather than describe the performance of the Su-100 I would just say the German post war publications have great respect for this vehicle and the Soviet nickname for it was "Pizdets vsemu" or "F**king end to anything" which suggests it didn't meet anything it couldn't deal with armour wise on the battlefield.

    the factor of want wasn't listened by Hitler as well as Stalin. If you want you die; you just have to listen & obey

    I disagree. You never had to show talent in the first place. Pretending to be an idiot is easier than you think and certainly pretending to not understand stuff to get out of developing technologies for those who will misuse them would be the moral thing to do.

    Just look at the vids you just posted... especially the last one... the Maus was an enormous waste of money and time and people and resources. Its basic standard armour thicknesses were probably much less than current tanks have yet its weight makes it practically immobile... It would destroy any paved surface it was driven over and without air superiority it would not last very long at all. A unit of Maus tanks could simply be cut off and encircled and would be useless on the Eastern front. Come the rainy season that they would disappear forever into the mud.

    You would be much more convincing if you talked about the TV guided anti ship missiles they were developing, or the early attempts at surface to air missiles, but the V-2 was only special because it was an example of a liquid fuelled single stage rocket. Its gyros and targeting system were basic.
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    Post  Austin on Tue Mar 29, 2011 5:12 pm

    Just a nice video of Soviets in Afghanistan

    http://rutube.ru/tracks/2007993.html?v=121802e461f99eaa78b42826f7e0711d

    Another one


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    Post  Corrosion on Mon Aug 29, 2011 10:56 am

    nightcrawler wrote:
    With respect to Churchill my claim stands.
    He didn't & never did butchered masses

    Thats bull$hit, you should stop using western sources in order to see things without bias.

    http://ipsnews.net/news.asp?idnews=53276
    http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/india/Winston-Churchill-to-blame-for-Bengal-famine-Book/articleshow/6521955.cms
    http://www.samarthbharat.com/bengalholocaust.htm
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    Post  nightcrawler on Mon Oct 17, 2011 1:08 pm

    Corrosion wrote:
    nightcrawler wrote:
    With respect to Churchill my claim stands.
    He didn't & never did butchered masses

    Thats bull$hit, you should stop using western sources in order to see things without bias.

    http://ipsnews.net/news.asp?idnews=53276
    http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/india/Winston-Churchill-to-blame-for-Bengal-famine-Book/articleshow/6521955.cms
    http://www.samarthbharat.com/bengalholocaust.htm

    Ummm...not equivalent to Stalin atrocities. Yes I knew of the famine story but blame is to be shared with Indians (including the now Pakistannis) as well. In the first place they shouldn't had helped in British war efforts
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    Post  TR1 on Wed Dec 07, 2011 1:36 am

    nightcrawler wrote:@Garry
    There wasn't anything special about Nazi scientists except for the fact that they were properly funded and supported.

    For example the Mig-8 not only had swept wings but also canard fore planes and a pusher propeller so you could hardly say the Nazi scientists were alone in exploring the features of swept wing design.

    First there was really something special about Nazis. In 1940s more than half the nobel prize winners were Germans; just look at their literature & one can estimate how intelligent they were...

    Regarding MiG-8 there is no literature available that Soviets preceded Nazis in this work; we do know that aviation in Soviet was very meagre; no jet engines Soviet had of their own & perhaps if I can recall their MiG-15 were powered by Rolls-Royce engines delivered before hand by British.
    One also can say that in rocket-launcher concept Nazis preceded in effectively deploying their 21 cm Nebelwerfer 42 relative to Soviets who only latter in the war put their Katyusha's in use

    Actually, Katysha found widespread employment well before Nebelwerfer.
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    Post  Cyberspec on Mon Nov 26, 2012 11:30 am

    Russia's Toughest Prisons
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    Post  KomissarBojanchev on Mon Nov 26, 2012 3:58 pm

    I personally think russia should return the death penalty.
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    Post  collegeboy16 on Tue Nov 27, 2012 1:45 pm

    KomissarBojanchev wrote:I personally think russia should return the death penalty.
    nah, make em work their ass in Siberia, like they used to
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    Post  Viktor on Fri May 10, 2013 6:26 pm

    Epic Russian army in Chechny video with excellent music.

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    Post  Austin on Tue Apr 01, 2014 1:14 pm

    A Documentary video hosted by Haydn Gwynne, published by BBC in 2013 about Cold War NATO submarines struggle to counter the advancing of Soviet submarines

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    Post  Austin on Tue Apr 01, 2014 1:18 pm

    A Documentary video hosted by Haydn Gwynne, published by BBC in 2013 about Cold War NATO submarines struggle to counter the advancing of Soviet submarines

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    Post  Morpheus Eberhardt on Tue Apr 01, 2014 1:49 pm

    Austin wrote:A Documentary video hosted by Haydn Gwynne, published by BBC in 2013 about Cold War NATO submarines struggle to counter the advancing of Soviet submarines
    I think there is a forum rule that disallows posting of material from Wikipedia. BBC is, of course, no better.
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    Post  Werewolf on Tue Apr 01, 2014 1:55 pm

    Morpheus Eberhardt wrote:
    Austin wrote:A Documentary video hosted by Haydn Gwynne, published by BBC in 2013 about Cold War NATO submarines struggle to counter the advancing of Soviet submarines
    I think there is a forum rule that disallows posting of material from Wikipedia. BBC is, of course, no better.

    Specially when you take into account that such "News" broadcasting Networks like BBC,CNN,FOX,MSNBC are hiring actors for Syrian atrocities to fake footage of Chemical weapons, injured syrian civilians, reporters who getting "shot".

    Who ever gives a single credit to those networks must be a lunatic, as soon as you pay actors you lost all credibility.
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    Post  Morpheus Eberhardt on Tue Apr 01, 2014 2:02 pm

    Austin wrote:A Documentary video hosted by Haydn Gwynne, published by BBC in 2013 about Cold War NATO submarines struggle to counter the advancing of Soviet submarines
    Is there anything in this BBC gibberish related to proekt 20380?
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    Post  Austin on Sun Apr 06, 2014 7:57 pm

    "Hubris" (Full Film) Iraq War Documentary - Rachel Maddow

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    Post  Austin on Tue Apr 08, 2014 10:40 am

    Military Aspect of Iraq Invasion

    Invasion of Iraq Documentary

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    Post  NationalRus on Mon Oct 13, 2014 10:15 pm

    Look in to the Documentary, its the most awesome breath taking documenary i watched maybe in my life, google for a stream i wont post a link, buy it, whatever its worth it.




    to shortly discribe the documentary/movie its about the indonisian military coup 1965 and the purge off all communists after it (1 million people), i hate to always take the nazis for any kind of example in savagnes so here is a paradigm with another situation:

    "imagine pol pots khmer rouge regime didnt fell, imagine pol pot was still in power and the perpetrators who tortured and executed for years any enemy of the regime, or intelectuals or close to that position (about 2 million cambodians) had never the need to flee and escape, to die in the war with the new goverment, to be breught to jutice in a court.

    imagine they were all still ther living happy and the khmer rouge was standing strong!
    the executuners were like national heroes with own inspired paramilitary wing and in all positions of the goverment themself.

    imagine to hang around this guys, who act normal, are funny and actaull very likeable, who have now familys, son, deughters, grandchildren, and how they proud (since they are heroes who did nothing wrong, officialy) at a cup off coffe tell and show you how and were they killed hundreds of people, how they tortued them and were they have thrown away ther bodies, and then they will even reenact ther killings together with you for memorys.



    and it is all real, its not a fiction film, thats the breath taking amazing part, its the real situation in indonesia and all of this peple in the film are the real executeners, death squad members wo proudly tell you ther story, the main and very cool and likeable hero of the film "anwar congo" is one of them he personal killed close to 1.000 people






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    Post  partizan on Mon Oct 13, 2014 11:06 pm

    One of the most disturbing thing I ever saw. And someone has the nerve to say something about the comunists... Those people should be executed the same way they executed their victims... The guy who is tAlKing about raping litlle girls in that village... But hey, nothing gonna happend to them. They were only killing communists and chinese...they were and they still are "freedom figthers" and national heroes... Fucking scumbags. Simple human trash. But there is one thing that botters me the most. According to some reports they killed almost 2,5 million people and it is strange that no one of their families havent even try to revenge...
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    Post  Werewolf on Mon Oct 13, 2014 11:14 pm

    We need a new den hague that is potent and not some coward shit court that only acts when US allows them too, we need a new court that has assassination teams for all terror organisations and countries that refuse to bring war criminals and genociders to court.
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    Post  NationalRus on Mon Oct 13, 2014 11:25 pm

    watch the whole movie its 2 hours


    and now you have fallen from one extrem to another, barbarism of one side doesnt make the other barberians saints, if i would meet in the 70's a NKVD officer who killed hundreds of people "becouse whatever" i woulent automaticaly wish death to him and spit him in the face. they like this guys were brainwashed victims of ther time,and they like this guys never needed to feel guilty for ther crimes if they dont wanted to, becouse they are heroes after all wo officialy will get a pat on the bck and applause

    its more of a learning expirience what extrimality and propaganda can do out of people and make them do, and how they can cope with it if the right heroic story is made up withthe help of the goverment to make an excuse for you

    so its more of a learning movie i would say who targets for reconciliation, not new hate and old wounds but reconciliation this are also brainwashed victims of ther time used for the regime, i dont despise them like i would give the nkvd officer or even pol pots thugs a pass if i would meet them saw that they are maybe not evil person by design but tool's to use in ther time

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