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GolF ก็ว่า... 7 ปีของ MG จากบริษัทที่มีแต่คนดูแคลน กลายเป็นผู้นำด้านเทคโนโลยียานยนต์

และสร้างสีสันให้กับตลาดรถยนต์เมืองไทยมากที่สุด แน่นอนว่าคงไม่มีใครปฏิเสธว่า คำตอบนั้นก็น่าจะเป็นน้องใหม่ลูกครึ่งอังกฤษ-จีนอย่าง MG

2019 New MG Extender กระบะพันธุ์ยักษ์ ทางเลือกใหม่สำหรับคนต้องการความครบครัน

Extender) รถกระบะจากแบรนด์เอ็มจี เปิดตัวไปเมื่อกลางปี 2019 ด้วยรูปร่างบึกบึนใหญ่โต ดูแข็งแกร่ง มีเอกลักษณ์เฉพาะตัว

เทียบสเปกรถกระบะ 4 ประตู ขุมพลัง 2.0 ลิตร 2019 MG Extender วัดมวย 2019 Ford Ranger

2019 MG Extender (เอ็มจี เอ็กซ์เทนเดอร์) เปิดตัวพร้อมแนวคิดรถกระบะพันธุ์ยักษ์ ด้วยสัดส่วนตัวถังที่มีขนาดใหญ่โตที่สุดรุ่นหนึ่งในระดับเดียวกัน

2021 MG Extender ไมเนอร์เชนจ์ ประกาศราคาสุดเย้ายวน เริ่มต้น 559,000 บาท

2021 MG Extender2021 MG Extender (2021 เอ็มจี เอกซ์เทนเดอร์) รถกระบะโฉมใหม่ได้รับการประกาศราคาจำหน่ายอย่างเป็นทางการแล้ว

2021 Great Wall Motor Cannon (Pao) ควรมาไทยหรือเปล่า?

อ่านต่อ: คุณกัสคาดการณ์ : Haval H4 อาจมาไทยปีนี้ จะมีราคา 689,000 บาทเท่า MG ZS ชมภาพจริงที่นี่ตลาดรถยนต์กระบะในประเทศไทยมีขนาดใหญ่พอที่จะรองรับผู้เล่นหน้าใหม่อีกหรือ

5 รุ่นกระบะแต่ง เอาใจคนสายโม ในงาน Motor Expo 2020

และการตกแต่งที่หลายคนทำก็มีแรงบันดาลใจจากรถแข่งเช่นกัน และรถแข่ง Ford Ranger คันนี้ ก็วิ่งและเลี้ยวได้ดีกว่าที่หลายคนจะคาดเดาแน่นอนครับMG

แบงค์บอกต่อ Nissan Almera และ MG HS กับ Extender พร้อมแคมเปญดี ๆ ก่อนสิ้นปีนี้

แบงค์บอกต่อ นำเสนอโปรโมชั่นดี ๆ สำหรับซิตี้คาร์ Nissan Almera (นิสสัน อัลเมร่า) MG HS (เอ็มจี เอชเอส)

2021 MG5 ความหวังใหม่ MG ไทย คาดเปิดตัวปลายปีนี้ ด้วยราคาไม่เกิน 7 แสน

ว่า MG5 (เอ็มจี5) ใหม่อาจจะเข้ามาในไทย หรือที่ฮือฮากันใน Facebook ที่มีการปล่อยภาพโทรศัพท์พร้อมตรา MG

ชมจุดเด่นและจุดด้อย 2019 MG Extender รถกระบะพันธุ์ยักษ์ ทำไมยอดขายรั้งท้าย?

2019 MG Extender (เอ็มจี เอ็กซ์เทนเดอร์) เปิดตัวอย่างเป็นทางการในช่วงเดือนสิงหาคม 2562 กลายเป็นผู้เล่นหน้าใหม่ล่าสุดในตลาดรถกระบะเมืองไทยExtender

Rendered : 2021 MG Extender Gundam Inspired Edition ถ้ากระบะแต่งเป็นหุ่นยนต์ จะเข้ากันมั้ย?

2021 MG Extender (2021 เอ็มจี เอกซ์เทนเดอร์) เปิดตัวอย่างเป็นทางการเมื่อเกือบ 2 ปีที่แล้ว แต่ทำยอดขายไม่ดีสมใจอยาก

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ชมคันจริง 2021 MG Extender ไมเนอร์เชนจ์ครั้งใหญ่ ขายแน่สิ้นเดือนนี้ คาดราคาทะลุล้าน

2021 MG Extender (เอ็มจี เอกซ์เทนเดอร์) มีการปรับโฉมไมเนอร์เชนจ์แล้ว โดยทาง MG ประเทศไทยได้จัดพรีวิวรอบพิเศษ

ส่องยอดขายกระบะ 4 ประตูมีนาคม 64 Isuzu D-Max ครองแชมป์ต่อยาวยาว Toyota Hilux ตามมาติด ๆ

MG Extender 437 คันMG Extender (เอ็มจี เอกซ์เทนเดอร์) กระบะยักษ์ ได้รับการปรับเปลี่ยนหน้าตามาใหม่ ด้วยราคาเริ่มต้น

เสียงวิจารณ์โลกโซเชียลไม่ระคาย ทำไม MG ทำยอดขายผงาดผู้นำ

ความสำเร็จของรถอเนกประสงค์ค่าย MG ทั้ง MG ZS (เอ็มจี แซดเอส) และ MG HS (เอ็มจี เอชเอส) แสดงให้เห็นว่าค่ายรถยนต์น้องใหม่สามารถโค่นแบรนด์ยักษ์อันเก่าแก่ลงได้หากเดินถูกทางยอดขายสะสมของรถอเนกประสงค์ขนาดซับคอมแพ็กต์อย่าง

2019 New MG Extender  DC 4WD 6AT กับ 4 เหตุผลที่คุณควรซื้อ 

2019 New MG Extender (เอ็มจี เอ็กซ์เทนเดอร์ )DC 4WD 6AT คือรถกระบะน้องใหม่ในตลาดรถกระบะเมืองไทย ที่เปิดตัวด้วยความใหญ่โตของตัวถัง

อย่าทำตลาดเมืองไทยนะ! Great Wall Steed กระบะราคาถูกได้ 0 ดาวทดสอบการชน

0 ดาวในการทดสอบการชนโดย Global NCAPการทดสอบการชนดังกล่าวเกิดขึ้นภายใต้โครงการริเริ่ม Safer Cars for Africa

Review: MG Extender กระบะยักษ์พันธุ์แกร่ง

Extender 2020 มีรุ่นให้เลือกรวมกว่า 9 รุ่น ได้แก่- MG Extender 2.0 Giant Cab C 6MT ราคา 549,000 บาท-

ทายกันไม่ถูกแน่ รถยี่ห้ออะไรถูกส่งออกจากประเทศสหรัฐฯมากที่สุด?

Fool Dayเพียงแต่ว่า นี่เราอยู่ในเดือนกุมภาพันธ์ และนี่ไม่ใช่เรื่องตลก...BMW Spartanburg Plant ในมลรัฐ South

ครั้งแรกในรอบ 2 ปี Isuzu D-Max ยอดขายแซง Toyota Hilux Revo

ใน 4 อันดับสุดท้าย มีรถกระบะค่ายรอง 4 รุ่นด้วยกัน ตั้งแต่ MG Extender (เอ็มจี เอกซ์เทนเดอร์) ซึ่งเป็นรถกระบะค่ายน้องใหม่ที่ชูความใหญ่โตโอ่อ่า

2021 MG Extender เตรียมตกรุ่นแล้ว Maxus T90 เปิดโฉมไมเนอร์เชนจ์ใหม่ มาไทยเดือนนี้

2021 MG Extender อาจจะมีหน้าตาแบบนี้MG Extender (เอ็มจี เอกซ์เทนเดอร์) รถกระบะรุ่นนี้เปิดตัวในประเทศไทยได้เพียง

MG คว้ารางวัลแบรนด์รถยนต์คุ้มค่ายอดเยี่ยม – MG ZS EV รับรางวัลรถใหม่คุ้มค่าสูงสุด

MG (เอ็มจี) ได้รับรางวัลแบรนด์รถยนต์ที่ความคุ้มค่ายอดเยี่ยม (Best Value Brand 2020) จากการประกาศผลรางวัล

เผยสเปก 2020 MG Gloster รถพีพีวีบนพื้นฐาน Extender โอกาสทำตลาดเมืองไทยมากน้อยแค่ไหน?

หลังจาก 2020 MG Gloster (เอ็มจี กลอสเตอร์) ได้รับการเผยโฉมรุ่นต้นแบบโปรโตไทพ์ในอินเดียไปตั้งแต่เดือนกุมภาพันธ์ที่ผ่านมา

คิดดีแล้วหรือ? รวม 5 รถกระบะ EV ที่แปลกจนเราต้องแอบพูดว่า เอ๊ะ?

รถไฟฟ้าในปัจจุบัน ส่วนมากจะมีอยู่ 2 ชนิด ถ้าหากไม่ใช่รถยนต์ทั่วไปสำหรับการเดินทางบนถนนดำ เช่น MG EP (

แบงค์บอกต่อ กระบะราคาดีทั้ง Ford และ Mg ส่วนลดเริ่มต้นที่ 200,000 บาท

มีโปรดี ๆ มาบอกต่อกันกับ Ford Ranger กับ Everest และ MG Extender ที่นำรถมาลดราคากันกระหน่ำFord Everest

MG เผยคอนเซปท์สปอร์ตไฟฟ้าคันใหม่ MG Cyberster วิ่งไกล 800 กม.

MG (เอ็มจี) ลอนดอน ได้ทำการเปิดคอนเซปท์รถสปอร์ตคันใหม่ในนาม MG Cyberster แบบเปิดประทุน ก่อนที่จะมีรายละเอียดออกมาในงาน

รู้ข้อดีข้อเสีย MG V80 ก่อนเป็นเจ้าของ

แต่ก่อนจะไปเป็นเจ้าของ MG V80 2019 นี้ AutoFun เลยอยากจะบอกเล่าข้อดีข้อเสียของ MG V80 2019 นี้ก่อนตัดสินใจข้อดีของ

MG สร้างจุดขายใหม่ให้ Extender หวังเจาะเอสเอ็มอีหนุนตลาดโต

MG (เอ็มจี) ผู้นำตลาดเอสยูวีในประเทศไทยในช่วงครึ่งปีแรก เริ่มแผนการสำหรับการผลักดันตลาดอื่น ๆ โดยเล็งไปที่ตลาดรถปิกอัพขนาด

ชมงาน BIMS 2021 ดู GWM มาแรง MG Extender หน้าใหม่ หรือ Audi e-tron GT และอื่น ๆ เรารวมไว้ให้คุณแล้วที่นี่

รวมถึงกระบะไฟฟ้า GWM Poer EV (โปเออร์ อีวี) มาเรียกน้ำจิ้มกันMGMG (เอ็มจี) เปิดหน้ากระบะที่ได้รับการปรับโฉมใหม่ MG

อ่านก่อนซื้อ! MG EXTENDER มีข้อดีกับข้อเสียอย่างไร

และต้องบอกเลยว่า MG กล้าหาญชาญชัยมากที่นำรถกระบะ MG EXTENDER (เอ็มจี เอกซ์เทนเดอร์) เข้ามาขายในประเทศไทย

แบงค์บอกต่อ แคมเปญรถใหม่ Ford Ranger FX4 Max มาพร้อมของแถมฟรีหลายรายการ

2021 Ford ranger FX4 Max (ฟอร์ด เรนเจอร์ เอฟเอกซ์4 แมกซ์) ตัวแต่งใหม่ของ Ford (ฟอร์ด) ประเทศไทย รวมถึง MG

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American Election: like TamilNadu Freebies, can I offer freebies to win election?

A2A. This is a joke question, but thought I'd anyway have a go at it as I had a good laugh reading the options that have been suggested by OP. Some context first. For people from outside India who happen to have chanced upon this question and have no idea why the question was asked, read this : Tamil Nadu election: Will the best freebie win? - BBC News . One little change though. The practice of freebies started a lot earlier than the 2006 state elections. If I am not wrong, MG Ramachandran as Chief Minister of the South Indian state started giving away free sewing machines to women. This was on a small scale. However, the idea has been in place ever since and in 2006, the DMK headed by arch rival M.Karunanidhi promised a small color television to the voters of this movie-crazy state. And actually delivered over 15 million sets through government owned "ration shops". Oh, and his extended family also happened to own a huge network of south Indian channels among which there were news channels which were obviously lopsided. In the subsequent elections, everything from grinders (given Tamils have to grind rice to make the batter for their favorite foods) to ceiling fans, to mixers have been offered. Check out the image. One can see a table fan, grinder and mixer - all with the current Chief Minister's photo on it (she incidentally happens to be MGR's protege and current party leader). With the context for the question set, I'll try and work my way through the options listed by the OP: Wine & Spirit run by govt and offering heavy discount A tiny minority of poor alcoholics may rejoice. Alcoholics anonymous would be up in arms. Conservatives would go berserk (remember, in comparison to Europe, America is a very conservative place). And good luck dragging those drunk folks to the voting place on election day. Free Horse for every family This is the funniest one. Was that supposed to be a "house" or a "horse"? Seriously - and what about the buggy to go along with the horse to chug the family along?. This "election sop" wouldn't do good unless we ran out of fossil fuels the day before the elections. Oh, and given that the average size of the US family is 3.13 and the population being at 318.9 million, this would mean sourcing 101 million horses at the minimum. And transporting them from wherever to every county. Free Washer and Dryer for every family A hundred million of them. It would have to be a World War II style ramp up of production - only this time for washers and dryers and not for ships and tanks. Discounted restaurants like Amma unavagam Food is plentiful in the US. Not always nutritious, but available in plenty. American "poor" isn't exactly poor by the standards of Asia / Africa. Most people in the US are well-fed (again, nutrition is a different matter). Free bullet for every gun to honor 2nd amendment This isn't the silver bullet (pun intended) to win the elections. Bike for every high schooler Remember - they don't walk to school like in rural India. They go in school buses or get dropped by their parents. Burger for noon meals at schools I thought there is already a federally funded program for free or reduced-price lunches. No luck here.

What are 20 random facts about WW2?

Q. What are some facts about WW2? A. Much of the information previously posted. Better pictures and links. 44 Amazing facts of WW2 (knowledgeglue.com) #1. Canada produced more trucks than Germany, Italy and Japan COMBINED . The Ford F15 was a mainstay of Canadian truck production 5 Canadian-made military vehicles of the Second World War (legionmagazine.com) #2. Germany had total military casualties of 4,429,875 men during WW2. Nearly 80% of these casualties were lost to Russia. The Battle of Prokhorovka was the largest tank engagement in history. Over 1,100 tanks, AFVs, and SPGs were destroyed in just a few hours. #3. For every aircraft shot down in battle, another aircraft was lost due to accident. US B-25 Mitchell bomber bent in half from rough landing approach near Australian desert. Military Aircraft Crashes in Australia during WW2 #4. The British were able to create artificial moonlight during night-time battles. To do this, the British would fire air-bursting artillery shells as well as searchlights which would create dense clouds of smoke over a target. As a follow up, they would then fire tracer ammunition (primarily from 40mm bofors cannons) of varying colors. This created bright spots of light on the ground which helped direct troops. Additionally, they would use various colors of tracers (Red, Blue, Yellow) to indicate where armor, infantry and other groups would need to attack. #5. The Polish Army had broken the German Enigma code prior to being overrun. They were able to send a pre-war cipher (Stolen from the Germans) before being completely taken over. Enigma Machine (historum.com) #6. More Russians died in the siege of one city (Leningrad) than the entire armies of the US and Britain COMBINED. Burying victims of the Leningrad siege, 1yr into siege. Newly-Uncovered Diaries Reveal Horrors Of Cannibalism During Nazi Siege Of Leningrad (allthatsinteresting.com) #7. Stalin killed more people than Hitler during purges of undesirables. Stalin killed a estimated total of 25 million people versus Hitlers 12 million during ww2 (6 Million of which were Jews, during the Holocaust). During the Holomodor, Stalin killed an estimated 4 million Ukranians through starvation and famine. Why Stalin Starved Ukraine #8. Up until 1940, there was a well established Nazi party operating in the United States. Among the supporters, Henry Ford, was one of the most notable members. He financially backed the party and Hitler himself with several million dollars. This of course ceased when the US become more involved in the war, especially after Pearl Harbor. Henry Ford receiving the Grand Cross of the German Eagle from Nazi officials, 1938 Was Henry Ford a Nazi sympathizer? #9. When the US declared war on Japan in 1941, there were a total of 1,000 nurses in the Army Corps. By the end of the war there were a total of 60,000 – less than 1% of these nurses were black. Group of Army Nurses of the 10th Field Hospital (400-bed capacity) posing in front of a 1/4-Ton Truck. The 10th Fld Hosp arrived in the MTO March 19, 1943, spending more than a year in Tunisia, Sicily, and Italy, finally being transferred to the ETO on November 1, 1944, where it saw action at the French Riviera and in the Moselle area . World War II Photos #10. In 1939, Finland was attacked by the USSR, a nation with 41 times the population of Finland. During the war the USSR suffered well over half a million casualties (Kruchev stated at one point his estimate was nearly 1 million casualties) compared to Finland’s 70,000 casualties. This represents the most lop-sided casualties of any large scale conflict in history. Simo Hayha was credited with 542 kills during the war, and was referred to by Russians “White Deatlh”. http://warfarenews.com/2017/03/page/15/ #11. There is only one known recording of Adolph Hitler talking personally to someone using a conversational tone (In a non-prepared speech). It is the Mannerheim Tapes, secretly recorded by the Finnish army during 1942. These tapes were kept secret until the 1950s when the threat of destruction had passed. Many historians refuse to accept the existence of the recordings as some believe it paints an alternative view of the war and Hitler. #12. Germany nearly won the war against the USSR. In late 1941, the USSR sent a feeler committee (Beria) to Germany. Stalin was willing to hand over Ukraine along with much of the won territory the German army was occupying in late 1941. The feeler committee stated that the Germans believed that the USSR was near collapse and did not want to negotiate terms of peace. With no men able to build defenses, women worked around the clock in Moscow to prepare for the German onslaught. The Germans only made it 10 miles from the edge of the capital city. Armed with heavy shovels, a hastily assembled work force of Moscow women and elderly men gouge a huge tank trap out of the earth to halt German Panzers advancing on the Russian capital. In the feverish effort to save the city, more than 100,000 citizens labored from mid-October until late November digging ditches and building other obstructions. When completed, the ditches extended more than 100 miles. December 1941 Turning point of World War II (globalresearch.ca) #13. In 1941, the military of the United States was smaller than the Romanian military. Romania fielded nearly 700,000 men by the summer of 1941 compared to about 500,000 in the US. However, the Romanians lacked much the supplies needed to field a modern army. Many of their soldiers died in southern theaters towards the push to Stalingrad. Armistice Day war animals: Tributes to the forgotten heroes #14. When Germany invaded Russia in 1941 during Operation Barbarossa, they invaded across a 1,500 mile (2,400km) front. This is longer than the entire US Eastern Seaboard. #15. The United States is estimated to have fed no less than 6 million Soviet citizens during WW2. In addition, the US military fed up to 11 million American military personnel during the war along with additional citizens of Hawaii and the Philippines. “Spam” was a common food in aid packages during the war. It became so ingrained in many societies that it is still a common and beloved dish in places such as Hawaii. World War 2 #16. In 1941 , the German military lost more soldiers to frostbite than they did the Soviet Army. Hitler meeting a severely frostbitten soldier. This photo was originally not released by Goebbels’ German Ministry of Propaganda due to the graphic nature. #17. There was one incident of chemical warfare being used during WW2. The US military had brought canisters of Mustard Gas into the Italian port of Bari “Just in case” of chemical warfare against Germany. The German Luftwaffe bombed these ships, letting loose the chemical cargo stores. A total of 27 cargo ships were lost and over 2,000 military & civilian casualties resulted. It is unknown just how many people died from the release of chemicals versus how many died from explosions. With concerns that the Nazis had used chemical weapons on Bari, Italy, the US Army’s Deputy Surgeon General, Fred Blesse, ordered a physician and chemical warfare expert, Lt. Col. Dr. Stewart Francis Alexander, MD, to the town to take samples and record evidence. Expecting to document a Nazi atrocity, what he found was entirely unexpected. It would shock the leadership of the US Military — the weapons were American. Even today, the story of how American chemical weapons poisoned the town and people of Bari remains one of the least told and darkest chapters in the history of World War II. The aftermath of the Bari bombing raid. Soldiers attempting to put out fires, some which were laced with chemical agents.Deadly Mystery at Bari ‹ HistoricWings.com #18. The famous photo of a defiant Winston Churchill was taken very shortly after he had had a heart attack. Thus why he had such a crabby look. The Day Winston Churchill Lost His Cigar #19. More V2 rockets fell on Belgium than did the United Kingdom. The V2 Rocket was part of Hitler’s “Wunderwaffe” program of super-weapons. Its proclaimed devastating capabilities were never realized during the war. Death from above without warning: 70 years after the first one fell, interactive map reveals just where Hitler's V2 rockets killed thousands of British civilians in final months of WW2 #20. One of the more popular and interesting myths about Amelia Earhart revolves around her potential capture by Japanese forces prior to WW2. In fact, prior to the surrender of the Empire of Japan, it was requested by the US government that they hand a list of POWs over. On one record roll that was submitted to the US government, an Amelia Earhart is listed as a POW in a prisoner camp transferred from the Philippines. The US government tried to track down this person’s records at the end of the war without any luck, this Amelia Earhart has disappeared into history as well. #21. The German military was able to establish a secret base of operation on the coast of Labrador. The Germans hid the weather station so well that it was only discovered in the 1970s – 30 years after the war. Photo of weather station ‘kurt’ located in Labrador Canada. Nazi weather station Labrador (canadiangeographic.ca) #22 – The German military employed over 3 MILLION pack animals, most of which were horses during their invasion of the USSR. Horses were used for almost everything – From towing artillery to supply trains. Many also ended up as food during the harsh winter months. A Brief History of the German 10.5 cm Howitzerwww (gf9.com) #23. The United States employed a ‘Special Weapons Unit’ that was entirely made up of foreign weapons. They had to be very careful when in use as most American soldiers knew what the enemy weapons sounded like and would often target the friendly unit. A rare color photograph of an American GI with a German STG-44 rifle. Battle of the Bulge. Battle Of The Bulge Captured german weapons. Three MP 40 and two MG 42. #24. During WW2, there were TWO carriers stationed on the great lakes near Michigan . They were used exclusively to train naval pilots on how to land on moving carriers. These carriers were hidden in such secrecy that most people did not know their existence till after the war was over. The USS Wolverine at anchor in Lake Michigan in 1943. It was one of the two freshwater aircraft carriers used in this secret service. "USS Wolverine (IX-64)" on Revolvy.com #25. The germans had an aircraft carrier called “graf zeppelin” that never left port due to lack of finishing. After the war, the USSR used it to learn ways to sink Western carriers. The USSR had limited experience in naval combat and was learning about carrier combat. The Graf Zeppelin under construction at Kiel. The sunk ship was finally re-discovered in 2006 off of the coast of Poland. Graf Zeppelin-class aircraft carrier | Wikiwand #26. The youngest American serviceman was only 12 years old. His name was Calvin Graham, he had lied about his age. When discovered, he was issued a dishonorable discharge. By then, he had already seen intense fighting aboard the USS South Dakota in the battle of Santa Cruz and was even injured during the Navy’s campaign in Guadalcanal. He had already been issued a Bronze Star and a Purple Heart. Seaman First Class Calvin Graham in 1942 #27. The invasion of Okinawa was larger than that of D-Day Approximately 40,000 American troops from the Army and Navy landed on Okinawa during the first day of invasion. Comparatively, only 24,000 US, British and Canadian troops landed in Normandy on D-Day, June 6th, 1944. Battle of Okinawa #28. The US & UK actively worked on ways to assist their own POWs to escape prison camps . The United Kingdom had a very interesting method – Send care packages via the Red Cross that contained maps. The maps were made out of cloth Monopoly boards and contained secret codes. A World War 2 era copy of Monopoly. How an Intelligence Officer Used Monopoly to Free POWs #29. Thousands of American servicemen were killed off the coast of the United States by the German submarines . In fact, this is the reason the saying “Loose Lips Sink Ships” became so popular. The US government’s intention wasn’t to avoid ship route information being leaked to the Germans (Granted, that certainly could have been a side benefit). The primary reason was to prevent American morale from faltering if Americans knew that German submarines were operating in as little as a few hundred yards off the coast. Sinking ships and killing American sailors who had very little defense. An etimated 609 American ships were lost during the ‘Second happy time’ for a total loss of 22 German U-boats. The tanker “Dixie Arrow” torpedoed within a short distance of Cape Hatteras, North Carolina. One of many US ships sunk by German U-boats operating within eyesight of the US coast. Archive footage from the Second World War. Writer, broadcaster and film-maker Jonathan Dimbleby narrates the video telling us about the importance of The Battle of the Atlantic. #30. The first Tiger tanks could actually act as submarines. Each tank was fitted with a snorkel that would allow the tank to operate underwater as long as it could reach fresh air. This was intended to allow tanks to drive through deep rivers in Russia. Eventually the parts were dropped in favor of making the tanks easier to produce. Tiger tank during testing with snorkel deployed. Tiger Tanks #31. Between December 7th 1941 and September 22nd 1945 it was illegal to sell a new car in the United States. In fact, new cars simply wouldn’t be produced during the entire war period. Any individual caught storing or selling new cars risked imprisonment. Although the ban was enforced, the auto industry still designed some cars for military and strategic civilian use. The civilian car market took 4 years to return to pre-war levels of sales. Old car brochures.com #32. Nickel was so valuable in the United States that the metal was actually removed from the 5-cent piece during the war. It was substituted with silver, which was considered less valuable for war. If you happen to find a nickel minted between 1942 and 1945, it most likely contains 35% silver content, which is worth anywhere between $1 and $2 depending on market prices. Pennies in Canada and the United States were also stripped of their copper content and replaced with galvanized steel. A large mintmark over the Monticello denotes that the coin contains no nickel but silver instead. The Jefferson War Nickel: Treasure in Pocket Change #33. Today (2015), we are farther away from the outbreak of WW2 than the outbreak of WW2 was from the American Civil War. Despite the animosity of the Civil War, many US tanks such as the M3 were named after Civil War Generals on both sides of the conflict, such as Grant, Sherman and Lee. #34. For our British friends – The last survivor of Rourke’s Drift died on V-E day. Rorke’s Drift took place on January 22-23, 1879 during the Anglo-Zulu War. 150 British Army and colonial troops successfully defended the mission station against 3,000 – 4,000 Zulu Warriors. Battle of Rorke’s Drift #35. Although making up around 2% of total naval tonnage, the United States submarine force accounted for more than 50% of enemy ships destroyed. Japanese freighter Nittsu Maru sinks after being torpedoed by USS Wahoo on 21 March 1943. American submarines played a huge part in crippling Japanese supply lines to their Asian holdings. "USS Wahoo (SS-238)" on Revolvy.com Periscope View as U.S. Submarine Sinks Japanese Merchant Ship #36. A battalion of Japanese Americans liberated the Dachau prisoner camp. Initially American soldiers in the camp feared that soldiers from the Empire of Japan were there to kill them. The soldiers quickly realized they were mistaken when the soldiers spoke English and started passing out cigarettes. 442nd Infantry Regiment (United States) Color Guards of the 442nd RCT: November 12, 1944, the presentation of citations after the famous “Rescue of the Lost Battalion” in Bruyeres, France. Most decorated unit. The 522nd Field Artillery Battalion was only one of three battalions comprised mostly of Japanese Americans. The 522nd was the group responsible for the liberation of Dachau. 442nd Regimental Combat Team - Hawaii Reporter #37. General Sir Frank Messervy , commanding the 7th Armoured Division in North Africa, was bagged by the Afrika Korps during their advance at Gazala. Just before the Germans arrived, he threw on a private’s greatcoat. A German officer saw Messervy and yelled, “Aren’t you a bit old to be a private?” The quick-witted Messervy yelled back, “Yes, it’s a bloody disgrace they called me up at my age.” He took advantage of the battle’s confusion that evening to escape and return to British lines. After the African campaign, General Messervy was appointed to the Indian 7th Infantry Division. He eventually commanded the IV Corps when it re-captured Burma from the Japanese. #38. On November 11, 1940, Molotov met with Ribbentrop in Berlin, where the German Foreign Minister insisted that Britain was “finished.” Then an air raid alarm blared, and everybody went to the shelter, and waited out the bombing. Molotov asked acidly, “If the British are finished, why are we sitting here, and whose bombs are falling on us?” Ribbentrop had no answer. The Arvo Manchester bomber was introduced into service in November 1940. Only 202 were built before the successor, the Arvo Lancaster bomber was developed which was much more successful as a strategic bomber. Avro Manchester - Wikipedia #39. Pearl Harbor was bombed a total of three times during ww2. Twice on December the 7th, 1941, and again on March 4th 1942 . The first two attacks devastated the US navy. The third attack resulted in no American casualties, however did damage private property. An H6K “Mavis” going down in flames. This is the type of aircraft used on the 3rd Pearl Harbor raid. Kawanishi H6K - wikipedia #40 -The French government recruited SS and former Whermacht prisoners to fight against the Vietnamese in the French-Indochina war. A suspected former-SS FFL recruit. Note the soldier on the left is holding a MP40 SMG. Indochina weapons MP40 #41. A total of 236 submarines were used by the United States. 52 were destroyed, resulting in a 22% casualty rate, the highest of any branch. Torpedoed Japanese destroyer Yamakaze photographed through the periscope of American submarine USS Nautilus on 25 June 1942. 434,000 tons of Japanese vessels were sunk by American subs. By 1944, the total increased ten-fold to 4,115,100 tons, depriving the Japanese of their naval capabilities. USS Nautilus (SS-168) - Wikipedia Submarine Periscopes and Approach Techniques - Fleet Submarine - History of WW2 Submarines #42. WW2 was the last war to register official use of the English Longbow as a weapon of war. Jack Churchill used one to kill several German sentries while leading the way for British Special forces to attack targets in Norway. He also carried a Scottish claymore which had been in his family for several generations. However it is not known if he used it in battle. Jack Churchill shooting his bow The amazing story of Mad Jack, the hero who took on the Nazis with a bow and arrow (and later became a professional bagpipe player) #43. Nicknamed the “White Mouse”, a Australian citizen by the name of Nancy Wake led a one-woman warpath through occupied France and parts of Germany. She managed to kill (by some estimates) dozens of German soldiers while blowing up no less than one munitions factory. Nancy was awarded the George Medal, the US Medal of Freedom, and the French Medaille de la Resistance. Nancy Grace Augusta 'The White Mouse' Wake #44. While there was only one chemical weapons incident recorded, there were multiple cases of biological weapons being used in WW2 . The recorded instances were primarily Japan using them on China. To this day, people are still dying from their usage as the viruses were so efficiently weaponized that fully vaccinating against them is nearly impossible. Located in Manchuria, Unit 731 was the most notorious biological weapons complex during the war. Over 3,000 people died within its walls from experiments performed during the complex’s tenure. Unit 731 - Wikipedia #45. A German submarine torpedoed the HMS Nelson (28) - with a total of 4 torpedoes. Battleship of the Nelson class . The British battleship HMS NELSON off Spithead for the 1937 Fleet Review . Anchored in the background are two Queen Elizabeth Class battleships and two cruisers of the London Class . Out of those 4, not a single one detonated. After this incident in his rage, the sub commander went all the way up his chain of command telling officials about the failures of the German equipment. As a result of his information, he was promptly fired, rather than fixing the potential underlying problem. #46. The entire pretense for World War 2 was over a ‘false flag’ incident. In this case, the Gleiwitz Incident, the German military dressed up as Polish military forces and invaded a German radio station in Upper Silesia Germany. This ‘legitimized’ the German invasion of Poland, at least in their eyes. German troops removing the border between Germany and Poland. Signifying the invasion of Poland and the beginning of ww2. Operation Himmler - Wikipedia From left to right in 1939 photo: Franz Josef Huber , Arthur Nebe , and three men responsible for planning of Operation Himmler: Heinrich Himmler , Reinhard Heydrich and Heinrich Müller . #47. A French Marquis freedom fighter, who was assisting British SAS operatives died because he ate plastic explosives. He mistook the explosives for cheese. #48. Owen J. Baggett is credited for shooting down a Japanese airplane. While parachuting. With a pistol. That One Time a Parachuting Soldier Took Down a Zero Fighter Plane With Nothing But a Handgun Never Yet Melted The M1911 Gets a Zero #49. HMS Venturer sank U-864 on February 9, 1945 while underwater–the only instance of a sub successfully torpedoing another sub while both were submerged. Action of 9 February 1945 - Wikipedia HMS Venturer U-Boat U-864 #50. 60,000 Spaniards, who were supposed to be neutral at the time, fought for the French Resistance and liberated a sizeable part of Southern France from the Germans. What the Spanish Republicans did next: WWII . “Blue Division” fought on the Eastern front for the Axis. #51. 9 German E-boats managed to attack American troops during their practicing for the D-Day landings in Northern France. This incident was covered up and considered classified for an extraordinary amount of time. Dubbed the Battle of Lyme Bay The German Schnellboot ("E-boat") S 204 flying a white flag of surrender at the coastal forces base HMS Beehive, Felixstowe, Suffolk (UK), on 13 May 1945. Two German E-Boats S 204 and S 205 from the 4th Schnellboot-Flotilla were escorted in by ten British MTBs. On board S 205 was Rear Admiral Erich Breuning, in charge of E-Boat operations signed the instrument of surrender. Black panther on side of S 204 had on board KKpt Kurt Fimmen (CO 4th Schnellboot-Flotilla) and KptLt Bernd Rebensburg (Ia Op/Operations-Officer of the Staff of Führer der Schnellboote/FdS). #52. After Pearl harbor was bombed, one of the Japanese planes was damaged severely enough it was forced to crash land on a small island. Local Japanese civilians helped to hide him and gave him food. A battle resulted between the Hawaiian civilians and the Japanese pilot, resulting in the pilot’s death. For a full story see the battle of Niihau . #53. The Special Operations Executive of Britain (Special forces) regularly requested British Zoos supply them with various animal droppings. The droppings then were utilized to hide explosive devices to mine roads with in Europe. Operation Anthropoid - Wikipedia Wreckage of the car in which Reinhard Heydrich was assassinated in, by members of the SOE. #54. The British SOE also regularly employed workers from the insurance industry to calculate the most costly sabotage the could be performed on German factories and other key parts of industry. #55. Some 5,000 officers and men deserted from the Irish Defence Forces to join the British Army in order to see fighting during the war. Additionally some 150,000 to 250,000 Irish fought in the Second World War. Primarily for Britain. Several thousand fought for the United States, Canada, New Zealand, Australia, and South Africa. The Irish Legation (Embassy) in Germany had retreated to the Hotel Adlon in the final weeks of the war, and watched the Battle of Berlin being waged from the bar.

Can people who lived in the 70s and 80s tell us what everyday life was like compared to now?

There is no easy way to answer this. I literally could talk for hours. The easiest thing to do is to talk about music, movies and television. I was born in 61, and so while I remember the 60s, I wasn’t exposed to the larger culture. But I can basically tell you this, America was on fire. Literally there were cities burning down. People don’t seem to realize how serious the counterculture was. These people wanted a Marxist revolution. A lot of what young people listen to with regard to those days was about how the FBI was infiltrating and setting up people like MLK, but they don’t know how deeply held were the anti-Vietnam War sentiments. Today Iran calls America the Great Satan. In the 60s Americans were saying the same thing. People hated their parents, and those people grew up hating the middle-class and the upper-class. The closest we come to that are actual Antifa riots. So it is that context that shows a growing split in America that most people were tired of. So in the late 60s we had the moon landing, and in the early 70s we had Nixon. Now Nixon said his constituency was the ‘Silent Majority’, people who didn’t participate in radical politics, who didn’t protest in the streets, who wanted to live simple quiet lives. And I think it’s fair to call those ‘white bread Americans’ because for the most part they couldn’t handle the kind of raw emotions and fierce vulgarity and provocative cultural transgressions that we are all used to now. So the 70s began a cultural transformation of the white bread Americans into those more accustomed to what I call the ‘zombie scenario’. And this was reflected in the arts. So beyond the constant threat of losing in Vietnam and the Cold War, most white bread Americans (WBA=70%) wanted normal and safe and the counterculture (CC=30%) wanted revolution. So every time something went wrong the CC would say ‘I told you the whole thing was corrupt’ and the WBA would say, ‘stop making so much noise, you’re part of the problem.’ That’s the same namecalling that is going Left and Right today. Except in the 70s, environmentalism was brand new. Black Consciousness was brand new. The Sexual Revolution was brand new. Gay Pride was brand new. And everything that was brand new tried to hop on board this idea of a revolution and very few people were actually thinking about reform. So the zombie scenario manifest itself in the disaster movies of the 70s. So you had all of these films that predicted one kind of doom or another and some with the idea that if we didn’t all hang together and overcome barriers and reinvent some kind of cooperative ethic, we would all perish. So look up Irwin Allen who produced (The Poseidon Adventure, The Towering Inferno). Other disaster movies, gritty crime movies and what I call feral motorcycle movies dominated. You had Jaws, Airport, The Godfather, The Exorcist, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Taxi Driver, Planet of the Apes, The French Connection, Mean Streets, The Deer Hunter, Deliverance, Dirty Harry, The Omen. America was in its own mini-post-apocalyptic mood. I say it was all about the CC trying to achieve revolution and the WBA trying to put on the breaks. What resulted was not much of any political change or reform so much as the WBA being slapped around into a new reality defined by a loud minority having lost all faith in America. So what you saw in movies of the 60s was understated and thoughtful where in the early 70s it was a gritty and often hopeless. I can’t think of any romantic comedies in the 70s other than Woody Allen’s. A perfect example would be to compare the silent protest of the raised fists in the 1968 Mexico games, compared with 1972 at the Olympic Games in Munich, a terrorist group calling itself Black September murdered 12 people[1]. The feel of life in America was of fear and confusion and wondering how bad it could get. But also there was a sense of, damn it got real bad real quick and now the public isn’t safe. For me this is best realized in the difference between the film West Side Story (60s) and Mean Streets[2] (70s). In that short period of time, things went from tense to degenerate. Everybody was losing faith but trying to keep their souls. I think nothing exemplified that as much as Marvin Gaye’s album ‘What’s Goin’ On?’. Before the 70s there were no movie ratings because there was no need to warn anyone about explicit language or sex or violence. That kind of thing wasn’t shown on the big screen. By 1976 we had the Bicentennial and most of the radicals had left the streets, as had most of the cops. So you could take it for granted that places were not safe to go at night and Times Square and Central Park in NYC represented that. If you watch the new Joker movie, you will have a truthful artistic rendition of that feeling of the bad old 70s. But there was also a new generation who wanted to be free of all of that madness and despair. And a simple message of hope and love was all they needed. So this classic commercial from Coke[3] became a new subtext. That was the ‘Me Generation’ and they were nourished by a new margin of social freedom created by radical revolutionaries and shocked but wiser institutions. Yet even though the same subjects were handled more formally in 60s arts a new generation of youth had its influences. At first it was mostly nostalgia - so we had TV like Happy Days and movies like Grease and American Grafitti. But some of it was all new with only the barest tip of the hat to tradition. That was Disco and Electric Funk and of course Saturday Night Fever and Star Wars. The 70s also had massive inflation. The economy went to shit. There was the Energy Crisis, and the election of Jimmy Carter was a kind of compromise between the Me Generation who wanted something new and the WBA who wanted nostalgia. So lets say the balance now was WBA=50% CC=20% MG=30%. The MG avoided all the controversy by being self-centered and fixing their psyches. So a lot of mysticism and hiking and extreme sports and designer clothes and cocaine and parties and orgies until you drop. But also an understanding that all of the movements were inconsistent, so you might as well party. A lot of that was Los Angeles and New York. Studio 54, and I guess everybody is saying Tarantino’s new ‘Once Upon a Time in Hollywood’ catches that spirit of the 70s. The 80s saw the birth of the New Wave. That was my generation. The New Wave had a lot of rejection and a lot of innovation. We didn’t see the future as desperate and lost. We saw energy and excitement mixed with a radical emotional rawness. We didn’t take politics so seriously as we took our own ability to deal with all this culture that we grew up through and make something new out of it. So our music was Punk, and Wild Style Hiphop and New Wave and Ska and more world music. I think where the CC was all about America and trying to radicalize it, we were really more about sampling and mixing what else the world had to offer. It was all about being Fresh. The 80s kicked off with The Empire Strikes Back and then Raiders of the Lost Ark, and suddenly the combination of nostalgia and futurism found a home in the hearts of my generation. With Ronald Reagan’s Morning in America, people found a reason to have a new kind of hope even though it wasn’t particularly visionary. In the early 80s the Cold War was still going on. The race riots had all but disappeared. Integration and crossover was real, and believe it or not, everybody agreed that Affirmative Action was a good solution. Nobody knew that hiphop would continue. Nobody knew that computers would get so big. And the feel of disaster was more abstracted. We all still talked about nuclear winter, but we expected to survive among the zombies - and really it was Mad Max that carried the weight of dystopia, not revolutions or us killing ourselves in street riots, a new kind of wild west with zombies. And we stopped to realize that places like South Africa had it way worse than us. That made a lot of my generation think about how to make the establishment work for us and thus was born the Yuppie. We were not so dissolute in the 80s and we resented people being crackheads and prophets of doom. We didn’t reject like the WBA and the CC. We mixed. We crossed over. We sampled it all. We replicated it, put it in another key, digitized it, poofed out its hair and brightened its colors. We were all about fresh flavors. We were the remaster, the extended disco edition, and we purified by changing up the beat. So *everything* became about our transformations. The 80s brought the Brat Pack and then Bill Cosby and then Spike Lee. The 80s brought total dedication to money and markets. We weren’t afraid of foreigners like the Japanese. We liked their cars better than old American cars, so there. We embraced a lot of Asian culture in the 80s. I think by the late 80s, especially after the Berlin Wall fell, we felt that the WBA had just run out of ideas and oxygen. And our New Wave eclecticism with its hardcore punk & hiphop edges was the new face of America. We had a new patriotism. Top Gun. We had a new respect for law and order. Die Hard. We had a disdain for all the old camp and chaos. We were genuinely happy, but also in thrall to corporate money, slick productions and cultural trends completely ignorant of history. We felt just close enough to all that gritty reality to keep it at arms distance with a bit of contempt. Sucka MCs got dissed, and I got gold chains. So the balance near the end of the 80s was WBA=35%, CC=15%, MG=25%, NW=25% I don’t know a lot of what happened in the 90s because I became very specific in my tastes and career. I didn’t care much about what happened in the mainstream and I could make my own rules. So I’m still kind of unclear about where GenY (NW= GenX), GenZ and the Millenials are. I think of my kids as Millenials I guess, they were born in the early 90s. But I would say that the biggest thing that happened in the 90s is that computers got real for everyone in business (and CGI) and post-911 war got real for everyone which in the end became the dying breath of the WBA. And then there were the Obama Years. I think I would call the next group after us New Wave was the Reality Wave. And I’m thinking about Nirvana’s Teen Spirit, Chili Peppers Under the Bridge and STP’s Interstate Love Song as that anthem. MTV Real World and Grunge is that world. I still don’t know where they are because, like I said, I’ve been ignoring popular culture and living quite differently than most people. The Reality Wave elected Obama. The WBA & MG elected Reagan’s second term. The WBA elected GHWBush. The New Wave, Me Generation and the WBA elected Bill Clinton. And then most people stopped voting. Footnotes [1] Munich massacre - Wikipedia [2] Mean Streets - Trailer - HQ (1973) [3] “Hilltop”, Remastered

What are some of your own designs of tanks?

I started drawing armoured vehicles in elementary school, at about 9, at the time I only drew a cutaway of them, they were insanely big and quite disproportionate (of course I didn't realize it fully at the time) and only tracked ones but yet they were pretty realistic. Unfortunately, I didn't take any pictures of the agenda I drew on at the time. in middle school, I drew consistently only in the last year but I don't have any pictures of that either. I started making designs more seriously last year: much more realistic and detailed and as proportionate as possible. here are some designs from last year: (A square is equal to 25cm unless specified differently, and steel armour is not to scale) “TIGER” AFV (yes, I also started naming them after animals) the hull is a highly mobile 8x8 wheeled design, inspired from the rooikat (I take a lot of inspiration from South African, Israeli and Italian armoured vehicles) meaning it has the engine in the rear (no capacity to carry infantry) and is decently armoured (resistant to 23mm hits to the front). You can also see I drew an mp5k with 2 magazines inside, useful in case the crew has to abandon the vehicle. the turret is completely fictional and armed with a GA35 35mm cannon (developed in South Africa as well, I usually use real subsystems for my designs to maximise realism, and also because I'm lazy) with penetration of roughly 150mm as well as a coaxial MG but no ATGMs since it's designed to be more of a scout. There is also a SPAAG based on the same hull, nothing fancy. Same armament (doubled actually), the turret is in a classic style for a self-propelled anti-aircraft gun, similar to the one of the German gepard or the Japanese type 87. Last design on this hull is a fire support vehicle, with a turret similar in concept to the Russian BMPT terminator. “PUMA” AFV (there is a front view of the turret above the right side of the hull) The turret is armed with a light autocannon, a German Rh120 20mm autocannon (800 rounds total) with a low penetration (about 80mm) but with a high rate of fire and 4 (+8 stowed) fictional laser-guided supersonic ATGMs with unspecified penetration, whose design is very unpolished and proportions are a bit off. This design is meant for hit and runs attacks, possibly behind or at the flank of enemy forces. There would be others from the same period, but they are pretty much copies of existing vehicles so I will leave them out. starting from September of 2019 I designed a new 8x8 hull (yes I know, I'm repetitive but I love these) “CONDOR” HEAVY ARMOURED CAR Version with camouflage, the only time I ever coloured one of my designs. the chassis is similar to the previous one, but the vehicle is designed to be parachutable from an A400M 4-engine cargo plane behind the enemy lines, so it's supposed to be lighter while having an endurance as high as possible, to operate without logistical support for long periods. the turret is similar to the one found on the rooikat 76, but I decided to use the 60mm HVG (high-velocity gun) with penetration of 250mm when firing APFSDS in conjunction with a rotary magazine on the bottom of the turret holding 55 rounds (around this time I also started doing the math to see if modules could fit in a certain space, how much ammo would fit in a certain volume etc., resulting in more detailed designs) which gives it a fire rate of 90 rounds per minute; to enable it to engage a high number of target's (anything apart from an MBT from the front) in a short period. The ammo which isn't in the magazine is stored between the driver compartment and the turret, protected by spall liners on both sides. One peculiar characteristic of this design which I am very proud of is a regulable height (from 3 to 5 meters of height from the ground) mast mounted on the turret roof, with a panoramic optic on top of it, which allows the commander to spot targets further and over small terrain features thanks to its better perspective. I also designed a 76mm SPAAG designed around the Centauro Draco: it's supposed to be able to engage aircraft, AFVs (aside from modern MBTs from the front), infantry, unarmored targets and also act as artillery by proving indirect fire, all with a very high rate of fire of 120 rpm thanks to two revolver magazines on the floor which feed rounds to the same number of rails which carries them to the breach, at whatever elevation it may be (this is how the autoloader of the real-life OTOMATIC works) but I kinda fucked up the proportions. Here it is anyway A copy of the original 76mm Draco from real life: (No cutaway) And also the same turret as a bunker And also a SPAAG turret on a bunker: “GEKO” ANTI AIRCRAFT BUNKER At this point I made a new hull once again, by shortening the second 8x8 one, and removing 2 wheels but keeping the same engine, creating a very light and mobile 6x6 platform, parachutable by a C-130. “WASP” PARACHUTABLE AFV in this case, it's armed by a turret mounting a 40mm CTA cannon (extremely innovative and powerful real-life system, go check it out) with a very big ammo load of 600 rounds, all stored in the back of the turret and feeding directly to the cannon. the APFSDS has a penetration of about 180mm, and there are also a variety of HE rounds for different targets. Besides the cannon, there is an armoured launcher containing 4 ready to fire ZT-3 ATGMs (real-life south African missile) to deal with heavily armoured threats from a long-range. There are 8 more stored beside the driver. Up to this point, my designs were conceived for a very open environment with few or no objects to use as a cover (the African savannah) and to invert this trend I came up with an urban warfare variant of two previous vehicles, as well as the completely new one. These vehicles were to be part of a fictional division: the “Hell” division, where all vehicles were named after hell related stuff (it's kind of cringe, but still cool). This unit has been fighting in an urban environment for years now (imagine something like the battle of Stalingrad, but modern) and has therefore adapted its tactics and equipment. “DEVIL” URBAN WARFARE AFV The main differences and modifications are: -the armament has changed, the 40mm CTA cannon has been exchanged for a lighter 30mm 2A72 cannon, packing less of a punch (120mm pen. and less powerful HE rounds) but with a higher rate of fire. The ATGMs have been removed as well, and there are now two 70mm rocket pods, one by each side of the cannon, with 24 ready rockets in total with other 48 in storage. This is a (real-life) guided version of the traditional hydra 70 aircraft/helicopter launched rockets; they rely on HE and flechette rounds to kill infantry and soft targets, and a HEAT warhead (the same of the M72 LAW) to fight armoured vehicles. (Ignore the last one, it's a mistake I made). Now there is also a twin MG3 coaxial machine gun. -the vehicle has been up-armoured to increase survivability by adding ERA to the sides (300mm worth of protection against chemical energy) as well as cage armour to the rear to protect against RPGs, and also ATGMs in a lesser way. -a dozer blade has been fitted, to clear rubble, detonate magnetic mines and IEDs prematurely and act as spaced armour to a certain degree. Naturally, these modifications have worsened the manouverability of the vehicle, as well as negating its air transportability. The other modified vehicles: “DEMON” URBAN WARFARE AFV (MEDIUM) (don't worry the names get kinda better) -the armour modifications are the same as in the “devil” apart from overlapped metal plates protecting the top part of the wheels from small arms fire. The dozer blade is also the same. -an RCWS (remote weapon system) also designed by me has been added, it consists of a 12,7mm (.50 Cal) 3-barreled GAU-19 (real-life weapon, fire rate of up to 2000 rpm), which shoots either standard bullets or special armour piercing ones with penetration of 44mm. The ammo (2400 rounds) is stored in the back of the turret, and the whole ammo container rotates as the gun rotates. -the loading system has been slightly modified, it's now similar to the 76mm one, and has an increased fire rate, it's now 120rpm (1 third increase) the last urban vehicle is an MBT, and it's the first tracked vehicle I have drawn in a while: “ADES” URBAN OPS. MBT This design took many features from the Israeli Merkava, the modern tank which is most suited to urban warfare. The cannon is a 120mm smoothbore, L45 (an Italian real-life gun) able to fire APFSDS (550mm pen.) and LAHAT gun launched ATGMs (800mm pen), which is a bit better than the L44 but still short enough to not get too much in the way in the urban environment. There is also a 7,62mm coaxial MG and a 12,7mm RWS, but a very unusual feature consists of 14 (7 on each side of the turret) 80mm grenade launchers (real-life system as well) which are capable of not only firing the usual smoke grenade present on most tanks, but also stun grenades and very powerful HE fragmentation grenades, capable of killing any soldier which isn't behind cover in a 20m radius when fired, and are therefore very useful against assaulting infantry. The engine is at the front of the tank-like in the Merkava with the driver to its side, this allows for increased protection as well as for a free space at the rear of the tank, where most of the ammo is stored, 40 rounds, the other 8 rounds are stored in a magazine in the turret bustle, which rotates and puts the selected type of round in front of an opening, where the loader takes it and shoves it in the breech; this (real life again) system allows for a decreased reload time. The ammo in the back compartment is stored in special fire/blast-proof containers, which make the eventuality of an ammo cook off remote. The armour is very heavy, the front of the hull has spaced and composite armour (NERA in this case) and the upper glacis also has integrated ERA to protect from RPG/ATGMs attacks from the top. the front of the turret has composite armour as well and there are side skirts on the side of the hull, copied from the French Leclerc, to protect against HEAT warheads, and slat armour to the rear. Another feature is the Trophy APS (real-life Israeli active protection system) which intercepts most ATGMs and RPGs fired at the tank. You can also notice how the floor armour is thicker at the front of the tank to protect it against mines and IEDs. The engine is a bit small, and the transmission shouldn't be there since the engine is at the front. The loader position is a bit too short because of this, but overall it came out pretty good, especially esthetically, and I'm satisfied with it. I am currently working on an ATGM carrier based on the 6x6 chassis, haven't finished it yet, but it's coming out as my best design yet, here it is: “COBRA” (not sure about the name yet) HEAVY MISSILE CARRIER We are back to the open spaces and shallow hills of the savannah, here is how the “Cobra” is designed to operate: the vehicle carries a revolving magazine (75cm diameter) in place of the turret covered in armour plating containing 12 ATGMs of 150mm in calibre, the magazine rotates, aligning up to two missiles with an opening on the upper part of it (the opening can be widened to fire 1or 2 missiles at a time or be closed completely) where the missiles are fired from. The magazine can either stay in an elevated position above the vehicle where it can rotate 360° or stay under armour, where it is covered by 11 armoured sheets connected by flexible joints, allowing them to either retract back into their compartment by the magazine side or extend to cover it. When under armour, the magazine/launcher can be reloaded by 24 other missiles situated in a conveyor belt on the floor. The conveyor belt can be rotated until the missile is under the magazine, where it is then pulled into through a hole in its bottom which crosses all of its the length. the missiles themselves, long nearly 2 meters and 150cm in diameter are laser-guided, can use inertial guidance and have a range of 15km and a penetration of 1100mm. The target can be designated by the vehicle itself (there is a laser designator on top of an extendable mast, allowing it to fire the missile at a high angle from behind a hill while still being able to observe and designate the target) or by anything with a laser designator, be it a drone, aircraft, another vehicle or infantry. At the centre of the magazine, there is some empty room, where I am thinking of putting a coaxial m134 minigun, it seems a little bit overkill, but why not? Another idea that has come to my mind, and which I will realise soon, is a better version of the Elephant tank destroyer from ww2, making it lighter by removing some of its rear armour and improving its capacity against infantry by adding cupola with a twin mg34, similar to the one on the A39 tortoise. Wow, this answer has gotten very long, congratulations if you scrolled this far! if anybody has any questions, suggestions, wants to see some of my worse other designs (I did a few ground attack planes as well) or wants to share their designs I will be more than happy to do so if you message me.

As a North Eastern, what would you like to convey to the rest of India?

I am not a North Eastern by birth, but after having lived there for over a decade, working for my employer, an empathy has developed, and when I hear mention of North East, I become alert and attentive, curious and interested in the topic. My request to all the Indians, from all the states, would be that one must visit the North Eastern Region, at least once in life time. Believe me, this region is beautiful, charming, enchanting, and the people there are nice and friendly. To know more, please visit this : North East India Tourism Travel Attractions This is image of Umiam Lake (Bara Pani), Shillong, in Meghalaya. The image at the top is the famous Kamakhya Devi Temple, near Gauhati (Guwahati), in Assam. If you like these images, the internet is full of the beautiful visuals, videos, and astonishing tales of the North East India. For start up, you may visit these few links : 8 Most Beautiful Sightseeing Places Of North East Indian States Top 15 Places for Honeymoon in North East India 20 Experiences You Must Have When Travelling to The North East 16 Incredible Places You Must Visit In North East India Here is my answer to a question. Please read it and all other answers, and you would be amazed : Dinesh Binjola (दिनेश बिन्जोला)'s answer to What are some facts about Northeast India? If you are interested in exotic themes, just look at the image below. This is not from somewhere in Africa or South East Asia. It is here, in our very own North East India. This is “Double Decker Living Roots Bridge”, in forest near Cherrapunjee, Meghalaya. If you are interested, please read this : Dinesh Binjola (दिनेश बिन्जोला)'s answer to What would be a good guide to go through before planning a 5 days trip to North East India? As I have seen, people are usually under the impression that entire North East is like a simmering volcano, ready to erupt any time. Agreed that there are some disturbances some times, but this can happen anywhere in India, in the world. One needs to take precautions for a pleasant trip. It is necessary to plan, and better to seek professional help in planning, for travel and all the logistics. This is an image of the Jatinga Steam Safari along the metre - gauge rail section of the North East Frontier Railways in the ‘North Cachar Hills’ District of Assam. This ‘Safari Train’ runs from Lower Haflong up to Maibang for the tourists who are keen to see and enjoy the scenic beauty of Lumding - Badarpur Hills Section. The image below shows the famous one horned rhinos at Kaziranga, in Assam. The image above shows a 1882 MG steam loco that has been preserved in the NFR’s Railway Heritage Museum at Tinsukia, in Assam. As per the Indian Railways, the oldest steam engine in the world today is a 1855 steam loco, now used in Heritage Train “Fairy Queen”, running between Delhi Cantonement and Alwar. The major highlight of the train is visit to the famous Sariksa Wildlife Sanctuary, near Alwar, in Rajastan. The image below shows a bridge on newly built double gauge line near Halflong, in Assam. The rail line built during the colonial era was in meter gauge, and has now been changed to broad gauge. Also the rail line earlier ended at Badarpur, in Assam, and has now been extended up to Garji, in tripura, which is 66 KM south of Agartala. If you may spare some time, please see this too : Dinesh Binjola (दिनेश बिन्जोला)'s answer to What do people think about northeast girls in India?

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