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RE: aircraft factories - 8/25/2012 8:38:31 AM   
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So... was the goal to put planes production into historical places, or just consolidation of model production into one place?
In late war I would like to have important models produce in several places, so when B-29 will come knocking, I would not lose entire production in that attack (but 3 days later, in another )
Anyway, I have not checked all you links, but it is written, that HARBIN had some large engines production.


Just spotted this - why does Okayama research the same BETTY model twice?

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RE: aircraft factories - 8/25/2012 10:44:40 AM   
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ORIGINAL: inqistor

So... was the goal to put planes production into historical places, or just consolidation of model production into one place?
In late war I would like to have important models produce in several places, so when B-29 will come knocking, I would not lose entire production in that attack (but 3 days later, in another )
Anyway, I have not checked all you links, but it is written, that HARBIN had some large engines production.


Just spotted this - why does Okayama research the same BETTY model twice?



Hi there Inqistor, i couldnt find another other links on details if i miss anything. There so much going on and cant always believe what been posted on Wikipedia. I remember awhile back i was trying to update the Mogami Class Cruiser, those morons from Europe kept putting them back the way it was. So i had to explain myself and details, etcs. But still no use to get around that so i got tired of placing my infos back in there again lol.

So had to use best judgements as i can on wiki posts. And the Betty model you mention, it was twice in old scenario and i had no idea why it is twice either, i didnt put it there. The new sections is what i change in order by date.

Also if you take a look at Osaka, you will noticed there is Ki-102b "Randy" 11/44 and Ki-102a "Randy" 3/45 so i had no idea wtf that was either. Anyway i change the date in that mod by switching them around so "a" model will come first.

Also saw you post on your mod, did a good job there and alot of work on it!

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RE: aircraft factories - 9/1/2012 7:55:02 AM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: RisingSun

Hi there Inqistor, i couldnt find another other links on details if i miss anything. There so much going on and cant always believe what been posted on Wikipedia. I remember awhile back i was trying to update the Mogami Class Cruiser, those morons from Europe kept putting them back the way it was. So i had to explain myself and details, etcs. But still no use to get around that so i got tired of placing my infos back in there again lol.

I have found, that The Pacific War Online Encyclopedia have frequently quite detailed info, unavailable on other sites. For example, here is link for ZERO page, which shows detailed number for production, and places it was produced (together with links)

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RE: aircraft factories - 9/1/2012 10:06:59 AM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: inqistor

quote:

ORIGINAL: RisingSun

Hi there Inqistor, i couldnt find another other links on details if i miss anything. There so much going on and cant always believe what been posted on Wikipedia. I remember awhile back i was trying to update the Mogami Class Cruiser, those morons from Europe kept putting them back the way it was. So i had to explain myself and details, etcs. But still no use to get around that so i got tired of placing my infos back in there again lol.

I have found, that The Pacific War Online Encyclopedia have frequently quite detailed info, unavailable on other sites. For example, here is link for ZERO page, which shows detailed number for production, and places it was produced (together with links)



Thank you inqistor, also noticed that when first production at Sumitomo Metal Industries (A6M wikipedia) stated that back in 1936. So there no telling if they move the plant OPs or expanded more productions in more than one areas. IMO if i wanted to get massive production and knew these aircrafts are superior for sometime, i would simply build them in more than one places.

Thank for the infos :)

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