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oscar wrote:Remember that much of the damage to the railway could be prevented maybee completly if there was petrol from the beginning.
hauptmannn wrote: Btw when did Germany start losing air superiority?
oscar wrote:If there are planes standing on the ground without fuel how could you not build more synthetic fuel plant?
jmlima wrote:And weren't there very strong problems with the syntethic fuel?
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