|[Forum] MicroAmiga available in October.||ANN.lu|
|Posted on 28-Aug-2004 19:07 GMT by drHirudo||126 comments|
After some delay, the first Next generation Amiga at affordable |
price will be available at the dealers in start of October. More info is Here
The suggested end user price for these boards is as follows:
µ-A1-C - gbp349/euro499/USD599 (ex VAT/sales tax)
µ-A1-I - gbp399/euro599/USD699 (ex VAT/sales tax)
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|Posted by coldfire on 01-Sep-2004 01:42 GMT|
|In reply to Comment 96 (AdmV):|
>Now, lets say I was as stupid as you, and I thought it was even half possible >to shunt the Soviets out of Eastern Europe. Lets say you did. Do you somehow >believe they would drop back to their borders and just accept it?
Let's just say if you were as stupid as me and the russians got shunted out of East Europe it would seem they wouldn't have much choice but to accept it.
>Further, if the US and the Allies could not move out of the European theatre, >just how will you allocate the forces needed in the Pacific against Japan?
Japan was down and out but stobbornly refused to quit. It took 2 bombs for them to finally stop fighting. I don't remember that they used any European theater troops to fight there. The Russian army was large but they had been getting a huge amount of support from the allies. It's one thing to take territory but another to hold it. I believe if the allies had attempted to oust Stalin from Poland the Poles would have become a serious problem for their occupiers. Russia had been through a rough time and finally overcome a seriously depleted German army that was getting no support due to the allies attacking from the other side. Now the long supply line problem that plagued Hitler's troops would have plagued Stalin's.
No one even tried. They just wanted it over and figured Poland was a small price to pay.
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