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Congratulations, good work!
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Nice [&o]
Keep up the good work, mate!
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I don't know how much of this helps, but it won't hurt so...

I collected a few documents relating to the Battle of Berlin for a Close Combat 5-mod a few years ago. Tank strengths, unit deployment maps and other tidbits of information. I've made them available here:

http://files.elisson.eu/index.php?dir=doc%2Fbob%2F

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Those are lovely. Thanks muchly![&o]
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12th army will be included. I just have to make up my mind about whether it should be locked in place until it moved towards Berlin, or enter as reinforcements.
my suggestion, enter as reinforcement by event if the Soviets come within a certain distance from Berlin
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Still working (slowly) on this. The first map-sheet is done. I need to add some names for the Berlin area, and it is not big enough to fit Konev's armies on, so I'll need to extend it a bit further south. At the moment I've just overcome the distortion issue when fitting two map-sheets together. I am extending the map north to include the coast line for estethical reasons. Once that's done it will get extended south to include Konev's front, and east as far as the eastern bank of the Elbe. That, incidentally solves the 12th army dilemma. I'll go with having them locked in place with the OOB they had at the time they were committed to the eastern front. They will be released according to Silvanski's idea, when the Soviets get to a certain point. If i'm unlucky, the map will need extending east as well, to fit in all of the Red Army, but i think it will fit.

The OOB needs to be partially redone. I'm not happy with what i did last summer. I've gathered more information, and have very detailed OOB and set-up for the Ninth army. I even have strength reports from the 15th of April! Not sure it will help make a good scenario, but it makes me feel good[;)] I don't as much details for the rest of the Germans, but close enough. The Russians i haven't started yet. Might have to invest in some books to find the missing data there. That, however is for the future!

I've changed my mind about the start date. New plan is to start the scenario on the 16th, when the Berlin operation started in Zhukov's sector. Koniev and Rokossovsky will be on the map, locked in place until their historical start date.

Finally, i'm debating whether or not to use a custom database. I'm quite partial to one of the WWII ones that has Volkssturm squads, etc.

I've uploaded a map image here. It's 15MB. Have a look if you're interested. Any comments are welcome! Here's the link.

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Beautiful map, Fred! Good luck with this, eh?
 
 
 
 
 
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Looks great!
I would go for the custom database, extra work but things like Volkssturm squads, etc. can help doing fine adjustments by changing their values & replacement rates.
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ORIGINAL: polarenper

Still working (slowly) on this. The first map-sheet is done.
Awesome map *drooling*
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Thanks for the flattering reactions to the map.

Now here's a question i came up with while i was supposedly dealing with piles of work i brought home with me;
My source states that the Berlin garrison included up to 200 battalions of Volksturm. That's all good. I'll figure out a way to group them logically and reduce the ant-count. However, the men in these units displayed a certain lack of fighting will. In fact, most sources have most of them melting away at the first opportunity. If i set them in a different color scheme from the rest of the German troops, is it possible to set a plague percentage that will just affect them?
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If i set them in a different color scheme from the rest of the German troops, is it possible to set a plague percentage that will just affect them?


Good idea, but no, it can't be done. Suggest maybe giving them a very low unit proficiency, and tick them to not reconstitute and not get any replacements.
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Thanks for the flattering reactions to the map.

Now here's a question i came up with while i was supposedly dealing with piles of work i brought home with me;
My source states that the Berlin garrison included up to 200 battalions of Volksturm. That's all good. I'll figure out a way to group them logically and reduce the ant-count. However, the men in these units displayed a certain lack of fighting will. In fact, most sources have most of them melting away at the first opportunity. If i set them in a different color scheme from the rest of the German troops, is it possible to set a plague percentage that will just affect them?

You might want to consider the possibility that they fell below the military horizon, so to speak.

That is to say, they shouldn't be represented as units at all. If a Soviet unit advancing into their location wouldn't be significantly impeded, then they shouldn't be on the map.
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Or simply put some crap in them so they are no match except maybe for the weakest Russian units.
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Or simply put some crap in them so they are no match except maybe for the weakest Russian units.
e.g. 19th century rifled-musket squads, lancers but panzerfausts, too. :) I'd use them as emergency garrison troops who pop up when the russkies are too close; after all; they still control a ZOC and can't be ignored.

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Ok, I'm back working on this. If any of my PBEM opponents are reading this, sorry.[8D]

About the Volkssturm, new sources seem to reduce the number to about 40-80 battalions. They also say that the eastern front volkssturm fought about as well as many of the wehrmacht units.

I think i might set a plague on all the German units, starting 2-3 days after the Soviet attack. It seems most units just melted away more or less quickly.

I don't think any of the German units will reconstitute. If they were beaten up enough to evaporate, I don't see how they would be able to re-form in the chaos of refugees and Soviet advances. I would assume most of the survivors would drift off towards home or the Western Allies on the Elbe.

I've got my hands on "The Oder front 1945" by Hamilton, which includes a very detailed OOB, so that's one thing less to do. The map, however, is progressing slowly.





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Working on the OOB again. New sources mean i am much happier with this version.

Hitler Bunker Hitler
OKH Zossen Krebs
Security Company
Panzer-Abteilung Potsdam 2. coy w.KstN 1159
OKW Berlin-Dahlem Jodl
Verteidigungs Bereich Berlin Reymann
Territorial Batallion
SS Police Territorial Batallion
Panzer-Kompanie(bo) Berlin 10 pz v 12 pz iv immobile dug in tanks
Anti-tank coy. Pz. I mounted with panzerfaust
Engineer Batallion 2 coy. Construction troops
Luftwaffe Officer Training School Kadets for defense of airfield Gatow Locked in place!
3/1Volkssturm Batallion
3/2Volkssturm Batallion
3/3Volkssturm Batallion
3/4Volkssturm Batallion
3/5Volkssturm Batallion
3/6Volkssturm Batallion
3/7Volkssturm Batallion
3/8Volkssturm Batallion
3/9Volkssturm Batallion
3/10Volkssturm Batallion
3/11Volkssturm Batallion
3/12Volkssturm Batallion
3/13Volkssturm Batallion
3/14Volkssturm Batallion
3/15Volkssturm Batallion
3/16Volkssturm Batallion
3/17Volkssturm Batallion
3/18Volkssturm Batallion
3/19Volkssturm Batallion
3/20Volkssturm Batallion
3/21Volkssturm Batallion
3/22Volkssturm Batallion
3/23Volkssturm Batallion
3/24Volkssturm Batallion
3/25Volkssturm Batallion
3/26Volkssturm Batallion
3/27Volkssturm Batallion
3/28Volkssturm Batallion
3/29Volkssturm Batallion
3/30Volkssturm Batallion
3/31Volkssturm Batallion
3/32Volkssturm Batallion
3/33Volkssturm Batallion
3/34Volkssturm Batallion
3/35Volkssturm Batallion
3/36Volkssturm Batallion
3/37Volkssturm Batallion
3/38Volkssturm Batallion
3/39Volkssturm Batallion
3/40Volkssturm Batallion
Berlin Alarm art.1 3 light btl 3 heavy btl Very low proficiency and supplies
Berlin Alarm art.2 3 light btl 3 heavy btl Very low proficiency and supplies
Berlin Alarm art.3 3 light btl 3 heavy btl Very low proficiency and supplies Captured Yugoslav guns
Berlin Alarm art.4 3 light btl 3 heavy btl Very low proficiency and supplies Captured Russian guns
Flak Tower 8 128mm AA Guns, 12 20mm flak vierling, 12 37mm AA Guns Friedrichshain
Flak Tower 8 128mm AA Guns, 12 20mm flak vierling, 12 37mm AA Guns Humboldthain
Flak Tower 8 128mm AA Guns, 12 20mm flak vierling, 12 37mm AA Guns Zoo
Engineer Batallion 2 Coy. Stragglers
1st Berlin Flak Division Sydow
GD Guard Rgt
1st Batallion 5 coy.
2nd Batallion 4 coy.
3rd Pz.Armee von Manteuffel
Pz.Armee.Stu.BtlKolberg
3./Feldg.Abt.635 Mot!
Wehrmacht Str.Gr.Pz.AOK.3 Penal Unit!
G.F.P.703 What is this!?!
Front.Aufkl.Tr.(Pz.) 210
Front.Aufkl.Tr.(Pz.) 316
Panzer Jagd Division Weichsel Hitler Jugend troops!
II./Pz.Jgd.Brig.D
III./Pz.Jgd.Brig.D
II./Pz.Jgd.Brig.F
III./Pz.Jgd.Brig.R
I./Pz.Jgd.Brig.P
II./Pz.Jgd.Brig.P
III./Pz.Jgd.Brig.P
I./Pz.Jgd.Brig.D
28.SS Freiw.Gren.Div.Wallonien +Nachrichten Kp.
I./SS.Frw.Gr.Btl.69
II.SS.Frw.Gr.Btl.69/
SS-Pi.Kp.1./28
33.SS-Grenadier Division Charlemagne +Nachrichten Kp.
I./SS.Frw.G.R.57
II./SS.Frw.G.R.58
s.Btl. 1 Pak.Kp, Jgd.Pz.Kp., Flak-Kp.
Sperr-Linien
Sperr-Verb.Gaitsch Need TO&E!
Pz.A.A.115 With VW!?!
Pz.Pi.Btl.630 Mot!
I./E.Rgt.Pz.AOK.3
II./E.Rgt.Pz.AOK.3
Pi.Btl.18 From 18.Pz.Gren.Div
15.SS-Gren.Division (Lett.Nr.1)
I./SS-Frw.G.R.32
II./SS-Frw.G.R.32
I./SS-Frw.G.R.33
II./SS-Frw.G.R.33
I./SS-Frw.G.R.34
II./SS-Frw.G.R.34
SS-Fus.Btl 2 Coy
SS-Art.Abt.
SS Pz.Jg.Abt.
SS-Pi.Kp.
Ausb.-Verbande H.G.
I./Fs.Jg.E. und Ausb.Rgt.1
II./Fs.Jg.E. und Ausb.Rgt.1
III./Fs.Jg.E. und Ausb.Rgt.3
I./Fs.Jg.E. und Ausb.Rgt.4
II./Fs.Jg.E. und Ausb.Rgt.4
III./Fs.Jg.E. und Ausb.Rgt.4
Panzer -Auffrischungs-Verband Krampnitz Arrives 28 April +Nachrichten Kp. &Versorgungs truppen
I./Pz.Gren.Reg. Krampnitz 1
II./Pz.Gren.Reg. Krampnitz 1
I./ Pz.Gren.Reg. Krampnitz 2
II./Pz.Gren.Reg. Krampnitz 2
gem.Pz.Abt.Krampnitz
Pz.Spah.Kp.Krampnitz
Pi.Kp.Krampnitz
Pz.Jg.Abt.Krampnitz
Infanterie Division Schlageter (1.RAD) +Nachrichten Abt.
I./G.R.Schlageter 1
II./G.R.Schlageter 1
I./G.R.Schlageter 2
II./G.R.Schlageter 2
I./G.R.Schlageter 3
II./G.R.Schlageter 3
Fus.Btl. Schlageter 4 coy.
Pz.Jg.Abt. Schlageter 2 coy panzerschreck, 1 coy flak, 1 coy StuG
Art.Reg. Schlageter GUESS! 3 light battalions, each with:
12 leFH
6 75mm Infantry Guns OR 75mm AT Guns
9 Light Rifle-AT Squads
1 heavy battalion with:
18 15 cm sFH
9 Light Rifle-AT Squads
Pi.Btl. Schlageter 3 Coy
Verteidigungs Bereich Swinemunde Ansat
402. Ersatz Division Bauer
Fusiler Ausbildungs Batallion 27/172 Low proficiency!
Grenadier Ausbildungs Batallion 94 Low proficiency!
Grenadier Ausbildungs Batallion 4/222 Low proficiency!
Grenadier Ausbildungs Batallion 48/374 Low proficiency!
Grenadier Ausbildungs Batallion 89/368 Low proficiency!
Ungerishe Infanterie Schule Low proficiency!
Flak Ausbildings Batallion 22 Low proficiency!
Artillerie Ausbildungs Batallion 257 Low proficiency!
Artillerie Ausbildungs Batallion 12/32 Low proficiency!
Artillerie Ausbildungs Batallion 38/2 Low proficiency!
Kavallerie Ausbildungs Batallion 100 Low proficiency!
3. Marine Division Witzleben
I./Marine Regiment 8
II./Marine Regiment 8
I./Marine Regiment 9
II./Marine Regiment 9
I./Marine Regiment 10
II./Marine Regiment 10
Artillerie Regiment 234 2 light abt and 1 hvy abt. Not a Marine unit. Was supposed to be assigned to the division, but ended up with 402 ausb.div.
Marine Fusilier Batallion 3
Marine Panzer-Jagt Batallion 3
Marine Pioneer Batallion 3
Marine Feldt Erzats Batallion 3
Marine Schutzen Batallion 126
Marine Schutzen Batallion 128
XXXII Armee Korps Schack
Pz.Jgd.Abt.1 2 Coy.
S.H.Art.Abt.929 Mot.
Voigt Infanterie Division Voigt
KG Wentrup 1 Abt. (Btl. Von der Marwitz)
KG Paul 6 Alarm Einheiten
Feld-Ersatz Btl. 1549 (from 549 VGD)
549. VGD Jank +Nachrichten Abt.
I./G.R.1097
II./G.R.1097
I./G.R.1098
II./G.R.1098
I./G.R.1099
II./G.R.1099
Fus.Btl. 549
Art.R.1549
Pi.Btl.1549
s.Flak-Abt.374
s.Flak-Abt.474
s.Flak-Abt.437
s.Flak-Abt.605
Festung Stettin Bruhl
Btl.1453./Fest.Inf.Rgt.Stettin 1
Btl.1454./Fest.Inf.Rgt.Stettin 1
Btl.1455./Fest.Inf.Rgt.Stettin 2
Btl.1457./Fest.Inf.Rgt.Stettin 2
Btl.Over./Fest.Inf.Rgt.Stettin 3
Btl.Roy./Fest.Inf.Rgt.Stettin 3
Btl.Laase./Fest.Inf.Rgt.Stettin 4
Btl.Benner./Fest.Inf.Rgt.Stettin 4
1.Mar.Btl./Fest.Inf.Rgt.Stettin 5
Pol.Kp./Fest.Inf.Rgt.Stettin 5
Feld-Ersatz Btl./Fest.Inf.Rgt.Stettin 5
Fest.M.G.Btl.85
Fest.M.G.BtlStettin 1
II./Fest.Art.Rgt.3132
III./Fest.Art.Rgt. 3132
3156./Fest.Art.Rgt.3132
3158./Fest.Art.Rgt.3132
Fest.Pak-Verb. VIII 4 coy.
Fest.Pak-Verb. XXIV 11 Coy.
Pol.Btl. I
Pol.Btl.II
s.Flak-Abt.150
s.Flak-Abt.676
281.Infanterie Division Ortner +Nachrichten Abt.
I./G.R.322
II./G.R.322
I./G.R.368
II./G.R.368
I./G.R.418
II./G.R.418
Fus.Btl.281
Feld-Ersatz Btl.281
I./Art.R.281
II./Art.R.281
III./Art.R.281
IV./Art.R.281
Pz.Jg.Abt.281
Pi.Btl.281
Oder Korps von dem Bach Zelewski
gem.Flak.Abt.661
s.Flak.Abt.691
gem.Flak.Abt.1104
s.Flak.Abt.1103
I./Flak.Abt.34 Coy. Strength! Mot.
I./Flak.Abt.411 Coy. Strength! Mot.
Divisionsgruppe Muller Muller
K.G.27.SS Freiw.Gren.Div Langemarck
K.G.28.SS Freiw.Gren.Div Wallonien
Pz.Jagd.Abt.6
SS Pz.A.A.4
Division 610 z.b.v Summer
SS Pz.Gren. Ersatz und Ausbildung G
I./SS Polizei-Rgt.8
II./SS Polizei-Rgt.8
III./SS Polizei-Rgt.8
I./SS Polizei-Rgt.50
II./SS Polizei-Rgt.50
III./SS Polizei-Rgt.50
II./Feld Ausb.Rgt.Oder
Klossek Infanterie Division Klossek
Volkssturm Batallion Hamburg
Volkssturm Batallion Brandenburg
II./G.R.1091 From 547 VGD!
Einst.Btl.Pz.Ausb.Btl.5 From Pz.Ausb.Verb.Ostsee!
I./Feld.Ausb.Rgt.Oder
Panzer-Ausbildungs-Verband Ostseee/Stab 227 ID Prenzlau Arrinves 28 April +Nachrichten Abt. & Kraftfahr.Erst.Abt.4
5.Btl Pz.Gren.Ausb.Reg.Ostsee (A)
73.Btl. Pz.Gren.Ausb.Reg.Ostsee (A)
76.Btl. Pz.Gren.Ausb.Reg.Ostsee (B)
90.Btl. Pz.Gren.Ausb.Reg.Ostsee (B)
Pz.Ausb.Reg.Ostsee (C) 2 Pz. V 2 Jgd.Pz.38(t)
Scharf.Schtz.-Lehrg. Probably Coy strength!
4./Fla.Ausb.Kp Coy Strength!
Pz.Pi.Ausb.Btl.218
XXXXVI.Panzer Korps Gareis +Nachrichten Abt.
Pz.Armee Sturm-Btl.3 (Kolberg)
Feld.Gend.Trupp.466
V./SS-Art. E. und A. Rgt
Fs-Pz.E.und A.Brig.2.H.G.
Feld-Ersatz Btl. Langemark
Feld-Ersatz Btl.Walloon
H.StuG.Brig.210
H.StuG.Brig.184
s.SS Pz.Abt.503 Sent to III (germanische) SS Panzer Korps on 17th, assigned to 9 Armee on the 18th. Should appear in Nordland colours!
Volks-Art.Korps.406
II./Art.Abt.41
II./Art.Abt.37
I./SS Pz.A.R.11
II./SS Pz.A.R.11
?./Abt.935
547.VGD Fronhofer +Nachrichten Abt.
I./G.R.1091
I./G.R.1092
II./G.R.1092
Volkssturm Btl.XXV/82
Feld-Ersatz Btl. 1547 1 Coy
Pi.Btl.1547
II./Fs.Jg. E. und A. Rgt. 3
III./Fs.Jg. E. und A. Rgt.1
I./SS-A.R.23 From Nederland!
II./ SS-A.R.23 From Nederland!
III./ SS-A.R.23 From Nederland!
II./SS.Pz.Gren.Rgt.49 de Ruiter From Nederland!
SS Pz.Jg.Abt.23 From Nederland!
Flak Rgt.138
s.Flak-Abt.1202
s.Flak-Abt.1102
s.Flak-Abt.229
I./Flak.Abt.611 Mot!
1.Marine Infanterie Division +Nachrichten Abt.
I./Mar.Inf.Reg.1
II./Mar.Inf.Reg.1
I./Mar.Inf.Reg.2
II./Mar.Inf.Reg.2
I./ Mar.Inf.Reg.4
II./Mar.Inf.Reg.4
Mar.Fus.Btl.1 4 coy.
Mar.Feld-Ersatz Btl.1 6 coy
Mar.Art.Reg.1 1 light abtl. 4 batteries
Mar.Pi.Btl.1 1 Coy Nafziger says 4
Mar.Pz.Jg.Abt.1 2 Coy ,Nafziger says 5
SS-Jgd.Verb.Solar
SS.JgdVerb.Mitte
SS.Fs.Jg.Brigade 600
I./A.R.18
III./A.R.18
Flak.Rgt.145
Flak.Abt.1209
le.Flak.Abt.83
gem.Flak.Abt.244
s.Flak-Abt.1101
I/Flak.Abt.23 Mot!
5./IV Flak.Abt. Mot!
11.SS Pz.Gren.Div. Nordland Ziegler Sent to III (germanische) SS Panzer Korps on 17th, assigned to 9 Armee on the 18th. Should appear in 9 Armee colours.
II./SS-Frw.Pz.G.R.23 Norge
III./SS-Frw.Pz.G.R.23 Norge
II./SS-Frw.Pz.G.R.24 Danmark
III./SS-Frw.Pz.G.R.24 Danmark
11.SS Pz.Abt. Hermann von Salza
SS-Flak.Abt.11
SS Pz.Pi.Btl.11
III (germanische) SS Panzer Korps Withdrawn 23 April Steiner
Armeegruppe Steiner Arrives 23 April Steiner
SS-Feld.Gend.Trupp.103
SS Korps.Sich.Kp.103
Kpf.Schule III (germ.) SS.Pz.Korps
23.SS Pz.Gren.Div. Nederland Wagner +Nachrichten Abt.
I./SS-Frw.Pz.G.R.48 Gen.Seyffarth
II./SS-Frw.Pz.G.R.48 Gen.Seyffarth
I./SS-Frw.Pz.G.R.49 de Ruiter
27.SS Freiw.Gren.Div. Langemarck Muller
I./SS-Frw.G.R.66
II./SS-Frw.G.R.66
I./SS-Frw.G.R.67
II./SS-Frw.G.R.67
SS Pz.Jg.Abt.27 3 Coy
9.Armee Busse
CI.Armee Korps Berlin
Volks.Art.Korps 406 Full strength:18 x 7,5-cm Feldkanonen 40
18 x 10,5-cm leichte Feldhaubitze 18/40
12 x 10-cm Kanone 18
12 x 12,2-cm schwere feldhaubitze 396 (r)
12 x 15,2-cm Feldhaubitze 433 (r)
StuG.Lehr Brig 111
5.Jager-Division Sixt
I./Jager Rgt.56
II./Jager Rgt.56
III./Jager Rgt.56
I./Jager Rgt.75
II./Jager Rgt.75
III./Jager Rgt.75
I./Artillerie Rgt.5
II./Artillerie Rgt.5
III./Artillerie Rgt.5
I./Artillerie Rgt.41
Radfahr Abt.5
Panzerjager Kompanie.1005 10 panzer iv(L) 1 stug III
Pionier Btl.5
Feldersatz Btl.5
Div.Stb.z.b.V.606 Rosskopf
Btl.Balkhow./Rgt.Sator
Btl.Garny./Rgt.Sator
Btl.Spandau./Rgt.Sator
Btl.Potsdam./Rgt.Rohde
Btl.67./Rgt.Rohde
Pol.Btl.Bremen
309.Berlin Infanterie Division Voigtsberger
Pz.Jg.Kp.1129 10 stug iii
Volkssturm Batallion I./365.G.R?
Volkssturm Batallion II./365.G.R?
Volkssturm Batallion I./652.G.R?
Volkssturm Batallion II./652G.R?
I./Rgt.1234(Potsdam)
II./Rgt.1234(Potsdam)
I./309.Art.Rgt
4.Luftwaffe Trg.Rgt Confirmation & TO&E!
5.Luftwaffe Trg.Rgt Confirmation & TO&E!
25.Panzergrenadier Division Burmeister Confirm units. Not listed in Oder Front 1945!
I./35.Pz.Gr.R
II./35.Pz.Gr.R
III./35.Pz.Gr.R
I./119.Pz.Gr.R
II./119.Pz.Gr.R
III./119.Pz.Gr.R
Pz.Abt.5 1 pz iv, 30 pz v, 7panzer iv (L), 2 pz iv (flak)
Pz.Jg.Abt.25 12 pz iv (L), 31 stug iii, 1 jgdpz iv
Kampfgruppe 1001 Nacht KG "1001 nights"

Regt HQ company
Escort company (SS parachute company from SSFJ Abt 500/600)
HQ Co. inc armd recovery vehicles inc. one turretless T34 armed with Drilling triple MG mount

SS Panzerjager Abt.560 (possible codename; "Suleika")
HQ Co. - Hetzer
Co.1 - Hetzer
Co.2 - Hetzer
Co.3 - Hetzer
Co.4 - Stug III
(total strength 44x JadgPanzer 38t and 8x Stug III)

Escort Abt.Speer
HQ Co.
Co.1 - almost exclusivly mounted on Kettenkrad
Co.2 - Armoured Car company (listing mentions half tracks with short 75mm guns and half-tracks with quad flak)
This unit was the Escort Abt of Armaments Minister Albert Speer - Men drawn from RAD

and a supply company
LVI.Panzer Korps Weidling
402VAK Full strength:18 x 7,5-cm Feldkanone
18 x 10,5-cm leichte Feldhaubitze
12 x schwere 10-cm Kanonen 18
12 x 12,2-cm schwere Feldhaubitze 396 (r)
12 x 15,2-cm Feldhaubitze 433 (r)
9.Fallschirmjager Division Brauer
I./25.Fallschirmjager Rgt. Regiment Consisted of only 200 men!
II./25.Fallschirmjager Rgt.
III./25.Fallschirmjager Rgt.
I./26.Fallschirmjager Rgt.
II./26.Fallschirmjager Rgt.
III./26.Fallschirmjager Rgt.
I./27.Fallschirmjager Rgt.
II./27.Fallschirmjager Rgt.
III./27.Fallschirmjager Rgt.
9.Fallschirmjager Artillerie Abt.
9.Fallschirmjager Panzerjager Abt. 8 hetzer
20.Panzergrenadier Division Scholze
I./76.Panzergrenadier Rgt.
II./76.Panzergrenadier Rgt.
III./76.Panzergrenadier Rgt.
I./90.Panzergrenadier Rgt.
II./90.Panzergrenadier Rgt.
III./90.Panzergrenadier Rgt.
8.Panzer Abt. 15 pz iv, 16 pz iv(L), 3 flak iv
20.Artillerie Rgt. 3 abteilungen
Muncheberg Panzer Division Mummert
I./Muncheberg Pz.Gren.Rgt 1
II./Muncheberg Pz.Gren.Rgt 1
I./Muncheberg Pz.Gren.Rgt 2
II./Muncheberg Pz.Gren.Rgt 2
I/29.Pz.Abt
Pz.Art.Muncheberg
Pz.Jg.Kp.Muncheberg
Pz.Spah.Kp.Muncheberg
Pz.Pi.Kp.Muncheberg
920.Doberitz Panzejager Brigade
XI.SS Panzer Korps Kleinheisterkamp
s.SS.Pz.Abt.502 Hatrampf
303.Doberitz Infanterie Division Scheunemann +Nachrichten Abt.
I./300.G.R
II./300.G.R
I./301.G.R
II./301.G.R
I./302.G.R
II./302.G.R
303.Fus.Btl
303.Art.Rgt
169.Infanterie Division Radziej
I./378.G.R
II./378.G.R
III./378.G.R
I./379.G.R
II./379.G.R
I./392.G.R
II./392.G.R
III./392.G.R
Fus.Btl.230
Art.Rgt.230
712.Infanterie Division von Siegroth
I./732.G.R
II./732.G.R
I./745.G.R
II./745.G.R
I./764.G.R
II./764.G.R
1712.Art.Rgt
Pz.Jg.Abt.712
I./Fhj.Rgt.1239
II./Fhj.Rgt.1239
I./Fhj.Rgt.1241
II./Fhj.Rgt.1241
Alarm Btl Hauck
Volkssturm Btl 3/108
Schatten Rgt.B
Alarm Btl.63
Kurmark Panzergrenadier Division Langkeit +Nachrichten Abt. +Versorgung
Pz.Fus.Rgt Kurmark
I./Pz.Rgt.Kurmark 16 jagdpz.38
I./Pz.Rgt.Brandenburg 3 pz iv
I./Pz.Gren.Rgt.1 Kurmark
II./Pz.Gren.Rgt.1 Kurmark
I./Pz.Gren.Rgt.2 Kurmark
II./Pz.Gren.Rgt.2 Kurmark
Pi.Btl
Heeres Flak-Bttr.
Festung Frankfurt Biehler
I./Fest.Gr.Rgt.2
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RE: Work in progress

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Will it stay a mix of German & English designations?
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No, and I'm planning to standardize the abbreviations as well.
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RE: Work in progress

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I have finished the coastline. Now working on extending the map as far as the Elbe.

German OOB is more or less finished, as soon as i can force myself to stop combing through the sources for units like Wach-Btl.Siemensstadt, LW.Wach.Btl.Berlin or Versuchs-Abt. Berlin Spandau. On the other hand i was very excited this evening to learn from a reliable source that Lds.Schtz.Btl.320
did indeed take part in the struggle against the Red Army, starting on 20 April.

Yes, yes, I'm nuts, and I'll never finish this thing. I know.[:'(] [8|]

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RE: Work in progress

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Speaking of coastline, any plan to incorporate an amphibious invasion?
Question is did the Russians have the capability to conduct such an operation, I don't know fact is it wasn't necessary but it could be a nice what if in case the Russian player is really not getting ahead at all.
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