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Yet again, the system attaches my reply to the wrong post. This is in reply to your response to the guest on page 2.
The Argonians are led by a political group known as the An-Xileel, who themselves are commanded by the Hist. While they are in opposition to the Empire, they have yet to do more than declare independence from them. Their invasion of Morrowind in the aftermath of Red Mountain's eruption was commanded to them by the Hist, and an unknown percentage of southern Morrowind has now been settled by Argonians, with only the northern portions of the region, and the entirety of Vvardenfell, remaining independently in Dunmer hands. The Dunmer themselves have also split from the Empire, being ruled by a council of five Great Houses with House Redoran taking a primary role in running things due to their success in holding back the Argonian hordes, as well as their organisation of relief efforts during the red year. While the Thalmor benefit from these regions no longer supporting the Empire, it would be wrong to say that they run things over there.
If you're curious, my sources for this information are The Imperial Library' articles on The infernal City and the fourth era timeline, UESP's entry on the Accession War, and comments from the NPC Lleril Morvayn in Skyrim's Dragonborn DLC.
Ugh, ignore this. I was replying to a different post.
no headgear in winter? ouch!
I hate to be pedantic, but it would probably be better to call this a Jagdpanzer IV/70(V), as Jagdpanzer IV brings to mind its shorter-gunned cousin.