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Old 04-12-2015, 03:42 PM
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Default Central Europe, Winter of 2000-2001 Unit Map

I think it is finally finished. I've mapped out every unit mentioned in Going Home and few more besides, all from canonical sources. Here it is:

https://www.google.com/maps/d/edit?m...4.kXBtjwNlBkYY

I started this project ages ago- it's been so long, I can't remember why I began. Google maps has been updated several times since I started, limiting my options in terms of icon type and color. I couldn't figure out how to include a key for the unit marker colors so here's the system I used:

Blue: loyal U.S.
Purple: loyal German
Baby Blue: loyal British
Green: partisans or turncoats now loyal to NATO
Yellow: independent, marauders, or loyal warlords' armies
Violet: non-Soviet units loyal to the Warsaw Pact

Feedback is welcome. If I missed anything, please let me know. Please note that the descriptor text for many units, no matter how many times I reedit it, seems to reset itself so that some words merge. I don't know how to permanently fix this.

If any of you ever use this for anything T2K-related, the effort I put into it will be worth it.
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Might be worth spelling out the abbreviations - not everyone knows that GMRD stands for Guards Motor Rifle Division.
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Great map - but you have to wonder why the US wrote off the XI Corp - from what I am seeing on that map they have a clear shot at getting into Germany - nothing between them and the NATO units at all - should be an easy retreat back home come the spring
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Seems like alot of US units are missing no?
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They seem to be there - this is after Going Home when most US units are now back in the States
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Ahhh gotcha!
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I think it is finally finished. I've mapped out every unit mentioned in Going Home and few more besides, all from canonical sources. Here it is:
Do not see any Netherlands unit in Germany or East Europe, where they all withdraw back to the Netherlands to fight the French-Belgian invasion.
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