HidekiTojo
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Joined: Wed Apr 10, 2013 1:14 am
Location: Baltimore

Greetings from the frozen tundra!

Mon Feb 24, 2014 5:47 am

Not Green Bay for you (American) football fans out there. I greet you as a newcomer to the forum. It was back in ancient times, perhaps two years ago, that I originally created my forum account. Even though it was Birth of America that holds the distinction of being my first Ageod title I played, AACW was the one that grabbed me and refused to let go.

Then I stumbled on this game and as soon as I saw what it was about I had to get it :D

Utterly fascinating topic that I have always been interested in learning as much as I can. Incredibly not long after I picked RUS up I found a book about the allied intervention, which I [I]really[I] wanted to learn more about. I probably would have gotten it anyway but still very cool coincidence.


I've introduced myself over on the Civil War II forum and I wanted to do the same here because the Ageod forums have a great community.

Cheers!
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Pat "Stonewall" Cleburne
General of the Army
Posts: 639
Joined: Sun Mar 22, 2009 7:46 pm
Location: Kentucky

Mon Feb 24, 2014 8:50 am

Welcome. AACW drew me in as well. RUS is the more complicated version. I just wish more sources were translated to English. Have fun!

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andatiep
Posts: 1427
Joined: Thu May 01, 2008 10:56 am
Location: Grenoble, France.

Tue Feb 25, 2014 11:54 am

Welcome :thumbsup: .

For US AACW veterans, you could look at this interesting US military point of view and report written in your language and called :
The_Red_Army_1918-1941:_from_vanguard_of_world_revolution_to_US_ally.pdf

Can't give you officially a link here since i'm not sure about its diffusion licence, but i'm sure you will find it somewhere in a library or in the WWW ;) .
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