- Jan 27, 2012
I was suprised Pasternak was part of the update. Non the less I feel that you cast him quite well. I am was also pleasently supprised that he is part of the NKVD.
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Funny, in my tests it stayed Hoover and the turnover on spies was not as bad.
I don't even remember who Hughes was IRL, apart from thinking he was a Senator of some sort. Certainly no connection with the FBI I can think o.I guess those scandalous allegations about his private life caught up with him in this timeline.
Well, you suggested it yourself in your background.I was suprised Pasternak was part of the update. Non the less I feel that you cast him quite well. I am was also pleasently supprised that he is part of the NKVD.
I love that sentence :wub:Praise must also be given to Comrade Rakobolskaja who intervened with Comrade NK for Agriculture Gey to prevent the excessive diversion of grain supplies to vodka production.
OK, sorry then. For me a quick visit on the index of that domain showed me a design from the last century, plus the bolded note, that this site is offline...I fixed the link for Sakura's photo. The only reason why it was different this time was because I didn't know how to get the address for last time. And Monash Uni is not obscure to an Australian - I used to be on the Uni of Queensland site until it closed down last year.
Really interesting what Comrade Steiner sold you as him in the Battle of Barcelona - he sold that picture to the UK too - selling it as soldiers training on a MG in the madrid university gardens ((at least the description of the Imperial War Museum says so, which is apparently the owner of the original picture - they license it))
Kurt Steiner and his late comrades, early in the Battle of Barcelona
Of course we will... The gold might be 'misplaced' by the NKVD and Red Army though.I am sure that we will return the gold and art once Spain has been liberated from the Nationalists.
I'm sure we could also return the oranges too but for some reason I don't think they'll want them.
I am afraid that logic leads me to a contrary conclusion.Thank you for that report. Obviously the NKVD needs their own troops.