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Generalstab Updates, 20.6.2001

So I got at least a bit done today, although its mainly corrections, additions and some more turns of David Stokes “FWTBT”-Report which is taking definitly an interesting turn. Moons CV (europa-CV of course) is online now as well, so you can take a look at all the Generalstab-Members in the Zentralabteilung.

Generalstab Updates, 18.6.2001

Sorry, but today there’s not more to report as more updates from different game reports, the most notable peeing the end of Fred Helferichs “War of Resistcane”. I returned from vacation just yesterday and have to catch up a bit.

Generalstab Updates, 16.5.2001

Okay, so it didn’t quite work out with weekly updates yet, but I had a lot of new things online last week without announcing them, so its gonna be okay I guess. Three main points: We’ve got the CVs of most of the Generalstab-members in the Zentralabteiluung now, so you can see a little bit of who’s-doing-what in here.
Second we’re continuing the game reports of course, alas for those of you subscribed to Lysator this may merely be an archive here.
Last we got two Europa-Howtos in the Kriegsschule, the first by A.E. Goodwin discussing the invasion of Denmark , the Second one on how to connect WitD and SF. Have fun.

Generalstab Updates, 5.5.2001

Today we’ve got some news coming from Spain, David Stokes “For Whom the Bell Tolls” continues into 1938, and with the current balance between Republicans and Falangists its gonna be an exiting 1938 I assume.

Additionally we’ve got News from the Gread Headquarters, where we’ll coment on the ongoing campaigns from now on. I found it nicer to have all new reports collected in one place instead of looking at the Kriegsarchiv.

Generalstab Updates, 2.5.2001

More game reports pouring in, Fred continues his solitary play of WoR into January 1938, while we’ve put an experimental WitD into the pipeline.

Generalstab Updates, 25.4.2001

Hello folks! Well, a new essay is up in the Kriegsarsenal, Glen Davis has contributed his history of the “Nisei” – US-born Japanese Soldiers in the US Army”. A topic I especially enjoyed as I rarely have the opportunity to read much about the war in the Pacific, and even more fascinating was the opportunity for me look at it from such an (from the german perspective) foreign point of view.

Generalstab Updates, 22.4.2001

Well, for all the mailing I did for the Generalstab, I failed to write something into the News Section until today. The most important News is that the Generalstab is no longer a one-man-show. Fron now on, Kurt Schletter will take over the game reports (the running games are to move into the HQ), Glen Davis will provide some more Essays and game reports, and Moon will keep you informed about progress on the Europasee-project.

Even more stuff comming up, and I hope we’ll be able to put some life into the rather dead parts of the Generalstab like the Welcome page, the Kriegsschule and the HQ. Stay tuned.

Generalstab Updates, 4.3.2001

Here we go again, with four new articles on the Italian Army in World War II in the “Kriegsschule” as well as two new game reports in the Archive. I’m pretty pleased with the amount of material coming in I can say. Unfortunatly my knowledge in PHP is still not good enough to present any new developments of the military History Database, but I’ll keep working on it.

Generalstab Updates, 16.1.2001

Happy New Year to whoever may read this :-) Haven’t been able to care for the Generalstab for quite a while, and any improvements in navigation are still only a couple of scribbled notes on my table here. However, we’ve got a new game up and running in the Kriegsarchiv, Brian O’Connell returns to Spain in an attempt to overthrow the Loyalist government… have a look.

Generalstab Update, 3.8.2000

More stuff pouring into the Generalstab, I sincerely am looking someon to help prepare the material! Another full-fledged Second-Front-report kiwi style by Phil Mason has arrived, as well as additional chapters from the ongoing “Fight against Fascism” by Robert Williams. In preperation due to demand: The first Europa-Howto, written by Phil Mason and Derek Cassidy.

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