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3 things:German SS infantry hat, German WWI gun MP18,and the "Tommy": Thompson1928A2;

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The past 3 days I've made these and sth I think it's too early to show,so I list

these 3 ones at first;

the Kriegsmarine was under the umbrella of the Wehrmacht. The navy played a key role in the battles of the Atantic ocean. Another lesser known role was that of defending the coastal areas against enemy aircraft attacks.

The deign of the cap consisted of a wool and cotton blend. Gray/Blue in color. The National colors are shown in the front along with a yellow eagle patch. The body has multiple moth holes. The inside is lined in white cotton.dfdhfthftg

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The MP 18.1 manufactured by Theodor Bergmann Abteilung Waffenbau was the first practical submachine gun used in combat. It was introduced into service in 1918 by the German Army during World War I as the primary weapon of theSturmtruppen, assault groups specialized in trench combat. Although MP18 production ended in the 1920s, its design formed the basis of most submachine guns manufactured between 1920 and 1960.

I only make the V_mdl for this model now.

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The Thompson 1928, commonly known as the "Tommy Gun", is an American sub-machine gun, designed by John T. Thompson in 1919, that became the most infamous weapon during the Prohibition era. It was a common sight of the time, being used by law enforcement officers, criminals, and in World war 2, the British and Australian armies. The Thompson was also known informally as: the "Tommy Gun", the "Chicago Piano", the "Chicago Style", the "Chicago Organ Grinder", the "Chicago Typewriter," the "Chopper," and the "Chicago Violin."

British Commando WWII Thompson 1

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So the next step and what I do now is finish the 1940's war maps and mdl,then I would give you the download of the SWWII Beta.

good night!

2015/9/2 23:22

In BeiJing

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