Erste Weltkrieg Sturmgepack?

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jugendkrieger
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Post by jugendkrieger » 31 Dec 2007 19:05

:D We shall see. No games at the present, but gap is nigh.


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Post by Dare Furor » 31 Dec 2007 19:16

Du bist mein Held! :lol:

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Post by Grabenkater » 31 Dec 2007 23:17

There are several methods you can use for the WW1 Sturmgepack as there was no offical method as far as I am aware of.

The reason breadbag straps were used is because Y-Straps were not commonly issued to infantry. I have seem methods that use up to 4 breadbag straps. I will take a look in my WW1 resources to see if I have a diagram on creating these with other styles.

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Post by jbaum » 22 Nov 2016 00:25

nihil wrote:And for those who do not speak (nor read) german, the nice fellow at http://www.germanmanuals.com should have an english translation done sometimes in 2008.

The best way is of course to get an german reibert and learn the language :)
The 1943 Reibert is indeed translated to English and available at:

http://www.germanmanuals.com/REmanuals.html

It is two or three screens from the bottom of the page.
John@German<remove this>Manuals.com

http://www.GermanManuals.com

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