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ChuckDyke

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Unlucky Sniper.
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ChuckDyke

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All the maneuvering and suddenly the TacAI takes over. Here is how you do it! and I thought the support half-track was out of range.
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Yes, the Firefly in the previous turn took out a Panther.
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I always think it's funny when the name is "Teske", since it means "teaspoon" in Danish.

(I don't get out much)
 

ChuckDyke

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I am conversational in German but in this game, I picked up that Zug is also a platoon. But in my mind, I still read train, in that case, it must be written with a capital because it is a noun.
 

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I am conversational in German but in this game, I picked up that Zug is also a platoon. But in my mind, I still read train, in that case, it must be written with a capital because it is a noun.
I think the reason it's called a Zug is that when troops are marching in column, it's a bit like a train. Also in English, we have the word "baggage train".
 

ChuckDyke

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Also in English, we have the word "baggage train".
In Australia, we have a road train. It is a long combination vehicle consisting of two or more trailers. Zug is related to the English tug, Dutch tuig like voertuig,vliegtuig respectively, vehicle and airplane. I am after all Dutch-born and Germanic languages are all related. Don't use the Dutch 'tuig' by itself it means a rabble.
 
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