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otacon237 #241 Posted Jun 17 2016 - 04:08


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I skimmed the thread and am inclined to think you have WAY too much spare time


that said didn't Hitler really trust Morell​? maybe he can be your mystery person

Edited by otacon237, Jun 17 2016 - 04:10.

Daigensui #242 Posted Jan 02 2017 - 08:08


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Seversky Aircraft Company Jeon-1 Noeun
Length:    8.2 m
Wingspan:    11.0 m
Height:    3.0 m
Powerplant:    1 x Tonghwa Seong-4 radial engine, 1,050 hp
Speed:    470 km/h
Range:    1,500 km
Service Ceiling:    9,600 m
Max Weight:    3,050 kg
Armament: 2 x 6.5mm machine guns, 2 x 12.7mm machine guns, up to 160 kg of bombs


The first fully domesticly designed and produced fighter of Korea, named "Noeun" ("Thunder Cloud", 뇌운/雷雲). Featuring all-metal construction, retractable landing gear and an enclosed cockpit, it was the breakthrough aircraft for the Seversky Aircraft Company of Harbin, allowing it to enter the miltiary aviation industry. Alexander de Seversky co-designed the Noeun with his chief designer Alexander Kartvelishvili, and entered the competition announced by the KJUH (Imperial Korean Air Corps) for a new single-seat fighter in 1931. While more expensive than the Messerschmitt and Daihan designs, the Seversky was a clear winner of the Air Corps' competition, with an order for 80 fighters being placed in 1932. Despite rapid obsolescence as a fighter design due to technological advances, persistent fuel leaks from the wet wing, and lack of armor and self-sealing fuel tanks, it was nevertheless appreciated by KJUH aviators for its ruggedness, and fought with distinction in the beginning days of the Sino-Korean War. Further development would lead to its successor, Jeon-2 Noeu.

Daigensui #243 Posted Jun 01 2017 - 01:27


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King George V-Class Battleship


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Displacement: 38,500 tons standard / 44,200 tons full load
Length: 758 ft (231.0 m)
Beam: 103 ft (31.4 m)
Draught: 29.5 ft (9.0 m) 
Propulsion: 110,000 shp on four shafts
Speed: 28.5 kt
Range: 14,000 nmi at 14 knots
Complement: 1,520
- 9 x 16"/45 Mk II naval guns (3x3)
- 20 x 4.5"/45 Mk III dual purpose guns (10x2)
- 40 × 2-pdr AA guns (10x4)
- Belt: 15 in (381 mm)
- Barbettes: 15 in (381 mm)
- Turret: 14.7 in (373 mm)
- Deck: 6 in (152 mm)
- Conning Tower: 4 in (102 mm)
Aircraft carried: 4



The most modern British battleships used during the World War, the King George V-class battleships formed the main battle line of the Royal Navy. While originally designed under the limitations of the naval treaties, the eruption of the Sino-Korean War on August 1, 1936, unleashed the full potential of British industrial prowess and Anglo-Korean cooperation.


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A total of 6 ships were built and commissioned, all serving distinctively from the Arctic to the Antarctic. 


1. King George V

2. Prince of Wales

3. Duke of York

4. Anson

5. Howe

6. Beatty

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