Angelus1753
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Re: Beta Feedback - Referee's Manual Chapter 1 The World at War

Fri 30 Apr 2021, 10:31

It should actually be "1 (German/Netherlands) Corps HQ" or "1 (GE/NL) Corps"
Whatever is consistant. But it should NOT be 1. Netherlands Corps :)
The KSK was only raised from various other forces in 1996, yes, starting with very few troops. So it's not even clear it would have been available in a WW3 setting. The first missions did not come before KFOR (which started in 1998, but the missions probably did not start before 1999) and ISAF (2001 and beyond).
I was thinking more that these semi-elite units would've been created on an accelerated schedule considering the tensions (and they're cool to play with). Maybe they just rebranded the 25th. But that's up to the writers I guess.
 
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Re: Beta Feedback - Referee's Manual Chapter 1 The World at War

Fri 30 Apr 2021, 14:51

Since Corps are numbered with Roman numerals, I GE/NL Corps. (Or whatever.) :)
 
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Re: Beta Feedback - Referee's Manual Chapter 1 The World at War

Sat 01 May 2021, 04:58

The ORBATs and maps use current, post SEP2004 icon standards. This isn't a problem but it is anachronistic.
 
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Re: Beta Feedback - Referee's Manual Chapter 1 The World at War

Tue 04 May 2021, 10:05

Since Corps are numbered with Roman numerals, I GE/NL Corps. (Or whatever.) :)
Sorry, but that is not the case for 1 (GE/NL) Corps, probably to avoid confusion by reading "I" ans capital "i" and not Roman numeral for "1". The Durch-German corps has always been named and written "1 (GE/NL) Corps" Yes, that was even as it replaced a German Corps in located in Münster named "I German Corps". Reading an "I" for a capital "i" was certainly not an issue before the 1990s though. No one would have thought of an Italian-German Corps before the 1990s, multinational corps were not really a thing back then. The exception being LANDJUT. That all changed with the peace dividend, of course.
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