Stuff that doesn't fit anywhere else.
After some dicussion on another forum (see my previous blog post) about how people like to game I thought I woud try somthing new to help a gaming session become more immersive. I fired up CMBB and ended up with this. This is my first attempt at historical fiction so I hope you enjoy.
A breeze blows in the open door of a damaged Russian farm house before it can be shut sending a few sheets of paper floating to the floor. Cursing under his breath Lt. Vetter of 2nd Platoon walks over and picks up the runaway papers. Setting them on the old wooden desk he lets out a sigh as
Being an editor of a web site can be a lonely job at times, as I work from home and occasionally miss the general chit-chat of the workplace. That said, I'm not totally alone during the day.
My constant companion and loyal friend is a 2-year old Bulldog named Tater. He usually sleeps at my feet while I'm typing, that is when he's not taking a nap or chasing the cat. And speaking of sleeping, Tater requires about 26 hours of undisturbed rest per day (he needs his beauty sleep, you see).
When strangers come to the house they are often scared of him at first and some mistake
Sometimes you see things that are so strange, you just have to stop and say, "What the ****?"
Here are some foreign signs that will surely point you in the right direction, or something.
My God, Nintendo has fallen on hard times . . .
Want some candy?
Tighten up .
10. MY SHARE OF TRUTH ON CAUSE OF THE DEFEAT
My very dear readers, I do not have the whole truth, but I do try to acquire a part of it. Here are, in my opinion, the structural causes of the French defeat.
10.1. Lack of Communication
Based on their experience in WWI, the French HQ of 1940 relied heavily on phones rather than radio; this was known as the Brun network. The French HQ believed the radio would offer information to the German Abwehr. While this may be true on strategic level, it was a dramatic error on the tactical level.
Updated 21 Jun 11 at 14:39 by jlbetin
MAY-JUNE 40 CAMPAIGN
ITS MYTHS, HEROES & LEGENDS.
Thanks to AlanP for his help in translating my Frenglish to pure English
Just over 65 years ago, on June 18 1940 , an almost unknown General, the future hero of a ravaged France , made a call to French resistance on the BBC. This was in stark contrast to Marshal Pétain, hero of Verdun , who had the day before announced on French Radio to an incredulous and stunned France that the combat had to cease. Pétain, who five years
Updated 21 Jun 11 at 14:40 by jlbetin