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more maps from eastern front pls
« on: 21-12-2016, 17:12:35 »
The east front needs more maps mainly from USSR, Poland, Czechoslovakia,
After dukla pass was battle of Liptovský Mikuláš.

Background
Battles of Liptovsky Mikulas were a series of military confrontation between the 1st Czechoslovak Army Corps and the Red Army against the German and Hungarian forces, which took place over two months in 1945.(3. February - 4. April 1945)After completion of the Carpathian-Dukla operation in which the Soviet and Czechoslovak soldiers won through over Dukla Pass, there was a pursuit of retreating German troops. On 22 January 1945, heavy fighting broke out on Branisko, which lasted three days. Czechoslovak and Soviet forces entered to the Spiš and High Tatras. After fighting at Važec and Východná the 1st Czechoslovak Army Corps attack at 30. January Liptovský Hrádok, which occupied the day before partisan brigade of Milan Rastislav Štefánik. Here was front stopped for two reasons, 1. german has strong defense in the town, 2. the Soviet leadership intended to lead a The main strike to the area of Bohemia and Moravia through Ostrava Moravian Gate. To the Ostrava operations were transferred Czechoslovak tank and air units. In the Spiš remained only infantry and artillery. Towards further action was Liptovsky Mikulas, is situated between High and Low Tatras, this city became death trap.  The Germans built defend, The advantage was in a number of observation posts in the mountains. From this towers germans see every movement of the enemy army.at 3. February the Czechoslovak troops attempted to break through the German defenses, but in vain. In the struggle for Smrecany was also seriously wounded General Karol Klapálek. Other attacks were taken 6 and 13 February. Despite strong preparation of Soviet artillery and Katyushas,ended unsuccessful. Battles also supported by Slovak partisans who were trying to attack the German rear. Wehrmacht against them putting relatively strong unit and pushed them back into the mountains. On 3 March, attacked the 1st Czechoslovak Army Corps and the 24th Rifle Division of the Red Army after half an hour of artillery preparation for Liptovsky Mikulas. Czechoslovak soldiers reached only a few partial successes, 24th Rifle Division managed to break into Liptovsky Mikulas. The Germans, did not give up and tried to take the city back. From 3rd to 11th March they take 64 attack. Meanwhile, there was a changing of the attacking Soviet and Czechoslovak soldiers. Czechoslovakian troops were supplemented by new units, but the majority of its members consisted of mobilized reservists from East Slovakia, which lack the necessary training and motivation to fight. The disadvantage of Soviet and Czechoslovakian units were the German and Hungarian units had occupied city from three sides, while being picked off by artillery and mortars. At March 10, the Germans managed to get in a suburb of Liptovsky Mikulas, which in heavy fighting captured the next day. Preparation of a new offensive lasted until March 20, when Russian army attack city again. On that day, however, came a rain.Roads became muddy. Soviet self-propelled guns was traped. The attacking forces failed to secure some points and offensive turned into a series of positional battles. Soviet and Czechoslovakian troops lacked support from tanks and aircraft. The state still fighting lasted until the 3rd of April. On the night of April 4, came the massive detonation of the city and the Germans must left from reion, because from north across Orava valley coming the Soviet 17th Guards Rifle Corps. The only place to retreat became a valley of Vah on the west, because in March and early April,the Soviets advanced southern Slovakia and April 4, liberated Bratislava. The retreat of the German and Hungarian troops continued for the duration of continuous fighting on the retreat. April 4 was liberated Ruzomberok, on April 11, Martin and April 30, Žilina. Then Czechoslovakia. Soldiers pursued the German troops in Moravia, In Moravia seduced 1st Czechoslovak army. Corps last important battle - the battle for Břest.
Sides
On the German side fought 320. Volksgrenadierdivision + 1. Panzerarmee + Hungarian 1st Army. Commander Gotthard Heinrici.
On the Czechoslovakian side fought The 1st Brigade (commander gen. J. Satorie) + 3rd Brigade (commander gen. K. Klapálek)  + 108. Guards light self-propelled guns (SU-76) + 24th Rifle Division (24.sd, commander gen. A. F. Prokhorov)+  4th Brigade (commander Col. P. Kuna) + 1. Czechoslovakian Army Corps (1.čsas, commander gen. L. Svoboda)
Battle
On the German side fought Volksgrenadierdivision 320. (320.VGrD, commander gen. E. von Kiliani) of XXXIX. Gebirgskorps (Mountain Corps) Army Group "Heinrici" (commander gen. G. Heinrici), from March 22 reshaped (reduced) to the first Panzerarmee (1.PzA, Panzer Army commander gen. W. Nehring) within the Army Group "Mitte" ( "Center", the commander field Marshal F. Schörner). A further units of the Hungarian 1st Army originally (before it was decimated) within the Army Group "Heinrici." The first attacks 1.Czechoslovakian Army Corps at Liptovsky Sv. Mikulas on days 3, 5 and 13 February were repulsed. Because other armies Front (1st Guards Army and 38th Army), attacking north of the Tatras, they have achieved the objectives set and began to prepare to attack Ostrava, passed on February 15 the entire 18th and on the defensive. For purposes of Ostrava operations were 18th and removed virtually all armor units. Covered even 1 Czechoslovakian separate tank brigade, which is 16.2 moved to 38.A. Corps, consisting now only the 1st Brigade (commander gen. J. Satorie) and the 3rd Brigade (commander gen. K. Klapálek), leaving only a few armored vehicles. But he could still count on the support 108. Guards light self-propelled guns (SU-76). The situation was similar for the entire 18th and tasked only parry a mountainous area between the right wing and 4.UF 2.UF fighting south of the Tatras. In order to distract the German 1.PzA from the Ostrava area was restored in early March attack on Liptovsky Sv. Mikulas. The main frontal attack to the city led the Soviet 24th Rifle Division (24.sd, commander gen. A. F. Prokhorov) 1.Czechoslovakian Army Corps attacked along the right wing. Liptovsky Sv. Mikulas was released March 3, 1945; further steps to prevent numerous enemy counterattacks. 9. March therefore he went into the 18th and Defense 24.sd should be withdrawn to another section and defend the city should take 1.Czechoslovakian Army Corps However, before the exchange is completed, the Germans at night 9/10. March counterattack (power of two infantry regiments and four self-propelled guns) and 11th March were Czechoslovakian and Soviet troops from the city completely pushed out. By enemy gunfire was seriously wounded general Klapálek. Liptovsky Sv. Mikulas so after Eastern Slovakian Chop became the second and thankfully last major Czechoslovakian town that shortly after the liberation again fell into the hands of the Germans. With regard to rumors that the ongoing shift of Czechoslovakian and Soviet troops were Germans divulged by local fascists, and that numerous German troops hiding in the city itself, the Soviets carried out the forced evacuation of the 10 km front line (a common practice, although in Czechoslovakia previously avoided).At that time, the reorganization of the corps. From 13. March was reinforced at the front of the 4th Brigade (commander Col. P. Kuna), consisting mainly of conscripts from eastern Slovakia. Also, the 1st and 3rd Brigades were completed on the full state (now held by each brigade strength of three complete battalions). The ratio of experienced soldiers and recruits so during the fighting for the town changed from 1: 1 to 1: 2. Corps and neighboring units gradually gained in Liptov over the opponent considerable numerical superiority (but for the continuing absence of armor unit and the lack of experienced cadres). Since the end of March came in Ostrava operations in the second, decisive phase, it was decided to renew the attack on Liptovsky Mikulas. At the same time there have been personnel changes: gen. Petrova, revoked inability to conquer Ostrava, replaced as commander 4.UF gene. A.I Yeremenko commander 1.Czechoslovakian amry corps and was instead gene. Freedom revoked in Kosice (where he was to assume the office of Minister of Defence) appointed gen. Klapálek (briefly represented gen. B. Bock). The attack was launched on March 30. The largest section of the front before Liptovský Mikulaáš was entrusted with the 4th Brigade, which, however, should only fill the space on the left flank attack 24.sd who had take city from left, on the right wing of the 1st Brigade, which was entrusted with a major attack to the right (and the shortest segment queue), and further north the 3rd Brigade. During the fighting, it was found that the Germans were preparing to retreat, as a result of the forceful entry 2.UF to Bratislava their situation on the southern section of the front became hopeless (Bratislava directly threatened by already 2.4). Attempting to cut off the retreat of the Germans Liptovsky Mikulas, however, failed and the main enemy forces evacuated the city on the night of April 4, 1945. On the same day it occupied unit 1. Czechoslovakian Army Corps and continued to pursue the enemy (05.04 liberated Ruzomberok, about 20 km to the west), which retreated to prepared positions before Zilina. Fights about Liptovsky Sv. Mikulas was the second bloodiest after Dukla Pass. The service was extremely unpopular in the congregation especially in Slovak soldiers who had it close to home:  estimated 60-70% of conscripts called up dropping out  and prefer hiding in the woods. A large percentage of losses congregation consisted of about 500 missing, mostly deserters; Also during the  fighting Czechoslovak Field courts handed down 25 convictions for harming. Total losses corps were nearly 2,000 men, of whom more than 600 dead.

Loading screens
http://www.mjk.sk/?language=sk&page=358
http://www.pribylinaobjektivom.sk/images/2bfbbdb07eb62a1881a9522c9640efbb.JPG
https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/8/89/Nastupeni_povstalci.jpg     
https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/2/25/Povstalecka_kolona.jpg
https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/4/46/Kanon88.jpg
https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/3/3c/WWII_Southern_Central_Europe_1944-1945.png

theme songs
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kqg96a7aLYk
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ty-HlW7o3Lc
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EhLLBIW1ecA   slovak national anthem in 1939-1945
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GZwaSOgz4Fo

technique

tanks
LT vz. 34 
LT vz. 35 - Panzerkampfwagen 35(t) 
LT vz. 38 - Aufklärungspanzer 38 (t)
Jagdpanzer 38 (t) Hetzer,
Marder III - Panzerjäger 38 (t) = SdKfz 139 + SdKfz 138 M - Panzerkampfwagen 38 (t) = SdKfz 138
LT-40
Tč vz. 33
AH-IV
T-32 (S-I-D)
Praga LTH - Panzerwagen 39 never fight in WW2
Praga V-8-H/ST vz. 39      never fight - anythime anywhere
Škoda T-21 never fight - Turán + T-22 + T-23
MU-2/II  smallest tank what ever made on earth http://obrnence.wbs.cz/MU-2II.html
Links
https://cs.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kategorie:%C4%8Ceskoslovensk%C3%A9_a_%C4%8Desk%C3%A9_tanky
http://www.fronta.cz/sekce/ceskoslovenske-tanky
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tanks_of_Czechoslovakia#World_War_II
http://www.csla.cz/technika/index.htm
http://utocnavozba.wz.cz/

airplanes/baloons
Balon typ K   artillery observation balloon
Aero A-100
Avia B-534
Avia B-35  until 1940
Avia B-135 flying only in bulgaria
Praga BH-39 reconnaissance aircraft
Praga E-114  civil
Praga E-210
Praga BH-41
T-131 - Bücker Bü 131
Aero A-304    bomber and reconnaissance aircraft
Aero Ab-101
Aero MB-200
Aero A-32
Avia F-IX
Avia Ba-122                      training aircraft
Letov Š-328
Avia B-34
Beneš-Mráz Be-51 Beta Minor      training aircraft
Škoda-Kauba Sk 257
links
https://cs.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aero_Vodochody
https://cs.wikipedia.org/wiki/Avia
https://sk.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kateg%C3%B3ria:%C4%8Cesko-slovensk%C3%A9_lietadl%C3%A1
https://pt.wikipedia.org/wiki/Skoda-Kauba

artillery
Skoda 100 mm Model 1916 = horská houfnice M 16 = 10 cm Gebirgshaubitze M. 16
Skoda 100 mm Model 16/19 = 10cm horská houfnice M 16/19
10cm houfnice vz. 38
21cm moždíř vz. 18
3,7cm KPÚV vz. 37 = 3,7cm protitankový kanón vz. 37 =  PaK 37 (t) =  Pak 156 (j)
Pak K 36(t) = 4cm kanón vz. 36
8 cm FK M. 17 = 8cm polní kanón M 17 =  8 cm Feldkanone M. 17
Skoda 75 mm Model 15 = 7,5cm horský kanón M 15 = 7.5 cm Gebirgskanone M. 15
15 cm schwere Feldhaubitze M 14 = 15cm hrubá houfnice M 14
Skoda 305 mm Model 1911 = 30,5cm moždíř vz. 11 = Škoda 30.5 cm Mörser M. 11
10,5cm hrubý kanón vz. 35
Skoda 14 cm/56 naval gun
9 cm kanon PL vz. 12/20
8.35 cm PL kanon vz. 22
Skoda 75 mm Model 1928
Skoda Model 1928 Gun
Skoda 75 mm Model 1936
8 cm minomet vz. 36
7.5 cm kanon PL vz. 37
8 cm PL kanon vz. 37
Skoda 75 mm Model 1939
Skoda 105 mm Model 1939
210 mm gun M1939 (Br-17)
305 mm howitzer M1939 (Br-18)
Skoda 150 mm Model 1918
3,7cm KPÚV vz. 34
3,7cm KPÚV vz. 37
3,7cm ÚV vz. 38
21 cm Kanone 39
24 cm Haubitze 39
42 cm Haubitze M. 14/16
15 cm hrubá houfnice vz. 25
Skoda K-series - Škoda 149 mm K-series
14 cm Minenwerfer M 15 = 14cm minomet M 15  only WW1
26 cm Minenwerfer M 17 = 26cm minomet M 17  only WW1
38 cm Belagerungshaubitze M 16 = 38cm houfnice M 16 only WW1
7,5cm polní kanón vzor 1911     only WW1
Links
https://cs.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kategorie:%C4%8Ceskoslovensk%C3%A9_d%C4%9Blost%C5%99electvo
https://cs.wikipedia.org/wiki/%C5%A0koda_(podnik)
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/%C5%A0koda_Works

armored vehicles
https://cs.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kategorie:%C4%8Ceskoslovensk%C3%A9_obrn%C4%9Bn%C3%A9_automobily
škoda PA-III
Obrněný automobil vz. 23
Obrněný automobil vz. 27
Obrněný automobil vz. 30
kolohousenka
PA-II "Želva" (OA vz. 23)  between wars
PA-II-děl                  with cannon

artillery truck + transport (motorbikes/cars/bus/trains/sledges)
Praga T-3
Praga T-4
Praga T-6
Praga T-7
Praga T-8
Praga T-9
Škoda 6 ST 6-L
Škoda MTH
Tatra 27 + Tatra 27b Drive on woodgas + Tatra 114 air-cooled engine
Tatra 85
Škoda L    transport, artillery truck, radio van, ambulance
Praga RV   transport
Tatra 92   transport
Škoda U   replacing trains on places without railways
Škoda HT 40    tractor
Škoda 3Tr + Škoda 2Tr              trolejbus
Škoda 1MLo + Škoda 2MLo         motor train
Motorový vůz M 130.1 + Motorový vůz M 274.0 + Motorový vůz M 21.0     Motor vehicle
Motorový vůz M 130.4 + Motorový vůz M 130.2 + Motorový vůz M 120.4   Motor vehicle
Motorový vůz M 290.0 + Motorový vůz M 130.3                                     Motor vehicle
Lokomotiva E 424.0 + Lokomotiva E 467.0 + E 407.001 + Škoda 1ELo + Škoda 2ELo   electric locomotives
KkStB řada 270 + Lokomotiva 387.0 + Lokomotiva 486.0 + ČSD řada 534.0           steam locomotives
Tatra 52 car
Tatra 52 Sport car
Tatra 54 car
Tatra 97 car
Tatra 87 car
Tatra 80 car
Tatra 77 car
Tatra 75 car
Tatra 70 car
Tatra 57 car
Z 4 I. série     car
Z 4 V. série    car
Z 5 Express    car
Z 6 Hurvínek  car
Tatra V 809
Tatra 57 K
Tatra V 799
Tatra V 750
Tatra 93
Tatra 82
Škoda 903     staff car
Praga Piccolo   car
Praga Baby      car
Praga Alfa      car
Praga Lady      car
Praga Super Piccolo  car
Škoda Popular    car
Praga 350 OHC    motocycle
ČZ 500   motorcycle
ČZ 350   motorcycle
ČZ 98    motorcycle
ČZ 250 Tourist   motorcycle
ČZ 250 Sport     motorcycle
ČZ 175   motorcycle
JAWA 175 motorcycle
ČZ 98 třírychlostní  moped
Tatra V 855      motor sledge
Škoda 150
Tatra 81
Tatra 86   trolejbus
Praga TOT  trolejbus
Praga RN/RND  transport/bus
Praga NDO     bus
Austro-Daimler vz. 17    only WW1
Škoda Z                  between WW1 and WW2
Zetor 25       I'm not sure if they were already existed in 1945 mabe a one year later
links
https://cs.wikipedia.org/wiki/%C5%A0koda_(podnik)
https://cs.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kategorie:%C4%8Ceskoslovensk%C3%A9_d%C4%9Blost%C5%99eleck%C3%A9_taha%C4%8De

ships
Bechelaren = President Masaryk
Boats
Surveillance boats Class OMs
Gunboats Class OMd
mine boats (minelayer) Class OMm
OMh-class patrol boats
MD-1 + MD-2 + OMH3 + OMS12 + NO1 + Ms-5 + OMM35 = nevermid if they was used at WW2
links
http://www.navypedia.org/ships/czechoslovakia/cz_index.htm
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Czechoslovakian_naval_forces

Guns
blades, knives, bayonets
VZ24
VZ33
Rybička ;D
pistols
Pistole vz. 22
Pistole vz. 24
Pistole vz. 27 = P27(t)
Pistole ČZ vz. 38 = Pistole 39 (t) (=tschechisch)
Service rifles
vz. 24
vz. 33
vz. 98/22  only turkey using
Submachine guns
ZK-383
Machine guns
ZB vz. 26
ZB vz.60
ZB-53
grenade
model 21 "Janecek"
links
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Template:Weapons_of_Czechoslovakia
https://cs.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kategorie:%C4%8Cesk%C3%A1_bojov%C3%A1_technika
http://web.kolin.cz/militaryclub/sberatel/indexen.htm

And give here some old maps from 1945
Maps
http://www.pribylinaobjektivom.sk/images/efea8debe1cc5801ac0ac2b903f62c45.jpg


If anyone interested in creating this map, so please contact me, I will send you specific locations of places. Or write here, to this forum
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Re: more maps from eastern front pls
« Reply #1 on: 21-12-2016, 18:12:03 »
I have to say that Rázusova house would be a hoot to model. :)

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Re: more maps from eastern front pls
« Reply #2 on: 22-12-2016, 21:12:09 »
can you give me here some download links of programs - to make terrain and buildings please?
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Re: more maps from eastern front pls
« Reply #3 on: 22-12-2016, 22:12:08 »
If you're about to begin your adventure with modding, then I suggest to check the modding section of our forum, choose to either make models or create maps and then follow some basic tutorials and start with small projects... unless you are some kind of a machine with unlimitted free time in your hands ;)

This topic is a good way to start. You will find lots of tips and answers to the frequently asked beginners questions in there ;)

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Re: more maps from eastern front pls
« Reply #4 on: 22-12-2016, 22:12:29 »
Hi, jakub123

To make maps we create them through BF2Editor and for making models we use Autodesk 3ds Max9 (which is the latest version that is compatible for BF2 use).


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Re: more maps from eastern front pls
« Reply #5 on: 22-12-2016, 22:12:55 »
thank you all
I do not have much time I have other hobbies like speleology, archeology, making arrows and bows and quite often I going to relax in the forest. But every day i find 2-3 hours for computer and i can try made map of Liptov - its my first goal.

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Re: more maps from eastern front pls
« Reply #6 on: 23-12-2016, 00:12:01 »
thank you all
I do not have much time I have other hobbies like speleology, archeology, making arrows and bows and quite often I going to relax in the forest.

You should have been born during the dark ages....... ;D

BTW, these FH2 devs LOVE when new forum members demand more maps at a faster pace. It enhances the bond with the community  : :-*



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Re: more maps from eastern front pls
« Reply #7 on: 23-12-2016, 18:12:42 »
Anybody know where to get Autodesk 3ds Max9?

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Re: more maps from eastern front pls
« Reply #8 on: 24-12-2016, 19:12:13 »
Anybody know where to get Autodesk 3ds Max9?

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if it is soo easy you can help me.

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Re: more maps from eastern front pls
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Re: more maps from eastern front pls
« Reply #11 on: 27-12-2016, 16:12:46 »
Then, you do this ;)

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« Reply #12 on: 07-01-2017, 10:01:17 »
Where can I find Object from FH2. When i start editor in BF2 i have on resource bar objects only from modern day and when i started editor in FH2 i have on resource bar only effects nothing more.
I try mod - mod manager but in editor content i have only effects.  :(
Where can i download FH2 objects to editor?
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« Reply #13 on: 07-01-2017, 13:01:38 »
Just follow the god damned installation guide from the link I gave you above ::)

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« Reply #14 on: 07-01-2017, 14:01:02 »
a see this but secon link is crashed. I cannot open it on my computer
Lightmapsamples:
Battlefield 2: http://files.filefront.com/Battlefield+2+Light+Map+Samples/;3994655;/fileinfo.html
Copy the files LightmapSamples01.zip,LightmapSamples02.zip and LightmapSamples03.zip to your battlefield 2/bf2editor directory (DO NOT unzip them)

Forgotten Hope 2: http://xfh2.ifihada.com/betatester-samples/fh2-samples-1.0.046.zip Extract and copy the "objects" folder to your battlefield 2/bf2editor/ directory.

do you have any others links for fh2-samples-1.0.046.zip? Or if you have this program you can send me it on e-mail
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