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Naval Legends: Stalingrad

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If Naval Legends was being more honest:

 

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 ... and you know it's all true because you saw it on the Internet and you can't lie on the Internet it's a law!

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5 hours ago, Sventex said:

If Naval Legends was being more honest:

 

Hilarious Vid and all true.

Thank you WG for giving us one of the most OP ships that never was launched.  

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4 hours ago, Umikami said:

 ... and you know it's all true because you saw it on the Internet and you can't lie on the Internet it's a law!

Shhhh, the internet is gospel. To speak of it with sarcasm is blasphemy.😏

To speak of it with ridicule is well, hilarious.🤣

Did you see the new Russian Super carrier? It was secretly being built near an island base.🏝️ The inhabitants of the island look a lot like Teddy bears.🐻 I believe the Russian Navy calls the island Indoors. 

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On 10/13/2020 at 4:17 AM, tm63au said:

Hilarious Vid and all true.

Thank you WG for giving us one of the most OP ships that never was launched.  

Actually she was...as an empty hull..than used as a weapons test target for 10 years...

 

https://www.pinterest.com.au/pin/482518547578155419/

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3 hours ago, Grapefruitcannon said:

Actually she was...as an empty hull..than used as a weapons test target for 10 years...

 

https://www.pinterest.com.au/pin/482518547578155419/

Yes, the video goes into great detail into her glorious history. "The final struggle of Cruiser Stalingrad was as impressive a battle faced by the notable warships of WWII [Editor's Note: Citation needed], due to high winds, she ran aground at southern end of Sevastopol Bay.  -  It was also at this juncture that the Axis Powers reached out from beyond the grave to delay Project 82 one more time, on October 29th, 1955 the Battleships Novorossiysk, previously the Italian Battleship Giulio Cesare, exploded and capazied for no particular reason in Sevastopol Harbor forcing work on dislodging Stalingrad to cease until New Years [This is why Italians can't have nice things] - Naval Legends Stalingrad

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