Gen Ost: The Fall of Berlin, is a modification for Battlefield 2 The topic is an alternative outcome of the events surrounding the 9 November 1989. The mod itself is based on the free documentation "The Third World War" the ZDF in 1998 which describes a possible chain of events that would take place in 1989 to the peaceful end of socialism could lead to nuclear annihilation. Geno followed the same procedure described in the document with the invasion of Schleswig-Holstein Osttruppen at the beginning of February until the liberation of West Berlin by NATO in late March 1990th As content both the battles of the cited documents and own bathing scenarios be included, which received more detail on the attack of the Eastern troops and re-conquest NATO. Receive will all be in this conflict parties as on the part of the Nato West Germany (BRD), USA, UK and other allies as well as Russia and East Germany (DDR) on the part of the Warsaw Pact.
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