celticmarine10 wrote:Geez thats almost scary. As Fieldmarschall Rommel said "I have found again and again that in encounter actions, the day goes to the side that is the first to plaster its opponent with fire. The man who lies low and awaits developments usually comes off second best.
Guess this is only true for the Panzers!
Agincourt and Crecy. The English were 'plastering' their enemies long before Germany was even a concept. Many other nations can claim the same no doubt