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  1. Andrejevic_

    Is a Pan-European tech tree wanted?

    Pan-European Tech Tree with destroyers for the beginning. Also,I am interested in the Austro-Hungarian battleships Tegethoff-class (Viribus Unitis concrete) and the Dutch battlecruiser Holland. P.S. Split (YRN) is Yugoslav Royal Navy (Royal Yugoslav Navy).
  2. Andrejevic_

    Some interesting info around the world

    I made it using information from the forum.
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    Some interesting info around the world

    Pan-European tech tree + Blyskawica as premium T7 ship.
  4. Andrejevic_

    European destroyer tree

    Royal Yugoslav large destroyer "Dubrovnik".
  5. Andrejevic_

    My proposal for Pan-European tech tree.

    Thank you.
  6. Andrejevic_

    Suggestions thread

    The gentleman from Wargaming.net sent me here to post my suggestion. *Would you consider my proposal for pan-European destroyers ?
  7. Andrejevic_

    My proposal for Pan-European tech tree.

    The gentleman from Wargaming.net sent me here to ask your question. Would you consider my proposal for the Pan-European destroyers ?
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    European destroyer tree

    *My suggestion for a Pan-European tech tree:
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    European destroyer tree

    List of ships of Yugoslav Royal Navy in 1940 http://www.navypedia.org/retro_view/1940/yugoslavia_1940.htm
  10. Andrejevic_

    European destroyer tree

    Durmitor and Triglav are torpedo boats of Orjen-class and are not AH ships ! They are ships bought by the Kingdom of Yugoslavia in Nazi Germany in 1938! Kingdom of Yugoslavia had no Italian warships !
  11. Andrejevic_

    European destroyer tree

    First: I agree that Yugoslavia will be in the Pan-European tree , but I wonder why Poland has its own branch if it has fewer ships than Yugoslavia. Second: According to your logic LastButterfly ; Poland prewar destroyers are French old destroyers (Wicher and Burza) and UK defensive destroyers (Grom and Blyskawica).
  12. Andrejevic_

    European destroyer tree

    What about Poland ? Poland have tech tree but Poland have 5 class destroyers (2 class are british destroyers G-class or H-class and maybe K-class ). And, destroyer Dubrovnik is flotilla leader same as Split and Dubrovnik is unique flotilla leader which should be inserted into game as tier VII destroyer.
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    European destroyer tree

    In the First World War, the Serbian army entered the Kotor Bay only after the capitulation of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, so that all Austro-Hungarian ships did not belong to Serbia, but they were all assigned. Yugoslavia only received auxiliary ships, and most of the forces were 12 torpedo boats. So from the Austro-Hungarian Navy, Yugoslavia only got a river fleet and 12 torpedo boats. All Austro-Hungarian battleships, cruisers, destroyers and submarines splitted out to Italy, France and the United Kingdom. *The Kingdom of Yugoslavia later acquired its ships: -1922 - 12 Austro-Hungarian torpedo boats T-class -1925 - light cruiser Dalmacija -1928 - 2 torpedo boats Uskok-class -1928 - submarine class Hrabri (Hrabri and Nebojša) -1929 - submarine class Osvetnik (Smeli and Osvetnik) -1930 - carrier of the seaplanes Zmaj -1932 - destroyer (Flotila Leader) Dubrovnik (the construction of 3 destroyers is planned, but the shipyard in the Bay of Kotor was bankropted and Dubrovnik was only finished) -1938/39 - Beograd-Class Destroyers (Belgrade, Zagreb and Ljubljana) -1938 - 8 modern torpedo boats Orjen-class (bought of Nazi Germany) -Destroyer (Flotila Leader) Split was under construction. Sorry for my English :(
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    European destroyer tree

    Since this game is called "World of Warships", I think that all warships should be added, as well as the Yugoslav destroyers Dubrovnik, Split and Beograd class. -Dubrovnik in fast driving: -Dubrovnik in Bay of Kotor: -Another photo of the Dubrovnik:
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    European destroyer tree

    Exclusive photos ! -Yugoslav Royal Contre-torpilleur "Dubrovnik" and in the background is destroyer "Beograd". Author: Andrey Gluhov -Destroyer "Dubrovnik" on docks. in the Kingdom of Yugoslavia *1. -Destroyer "Dubrovnik" on docks. in the Kingdom of Yugoslavia *2. -Destroyer "Dubrovnik" on docks. in the Kingdom of Yugoslavia *3. -Destroyer "Dubrovnik" on docks. in the Kingdom of Yugoslavia *4. -Destroyer "Dubrovnik" on docks. in the Kingdom of Yugoslavia *5. -Destroyer "Dubrovnik" after April war in Bay of Kotor - april 1941 -Destroyers "Dubrovnik" and "Beograd" in Bay of Kotor after April war - april 1941 -Destroyers "Dubrovnik", "Beograd" and one Italian destroyer in Bay of Kotor after April war - april 1941 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- -Yugoslav Royal destroyer "Beograd" Colorized by: Бојаџа -Destroyer "Beograd" in after April war in Bay of Kotor - 17 april 1941. -Another photo of destroyer "Beograd" after April war - 17 april 1941. -Destroyers "Zagreb" and "Ljubljana" (Beograd-class destroyer) in Split shipyards - construction. --Destroyers "Zagreb" and "Ljubljana" (Beograd-class destroyer) in Split shipyards - before the test drives. -Destroyer "Beograd" -Destroyer "Beograd" in Malta 1939 -Destroyer "Beograd"
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