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WW1 multi units

Discussion in 'Civ3 - Multi-Figure Units' started by Wotan49, May 15, 2013.

  1. Wotan49

    Wotan49 amateur handicraftsman Supporter

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    Overview of the finished WW1 Multi units
    (http://forums.civfanatics.com/showpost.php?p=12987483&postcount=23)
    :D

    Now the first
    Created by Imperator1961

    Multi by Wotan49

    :)
    German LandwehrInfantry
    from World in flame: WW1 Germany Part II.
    http://forums.civfanatics.com/downloads.php?do=file&id=21212

    Spoiler :
    :D;)

    German LandwehrInfantry Division Erly WW1
    for example. 4. Landwehr Division (German Empire)
    two Landwehr Brigade to two Landwehr Infantry Regiments (No.11, 51/22, 23);
    a Landwehr Cavalry Regiment 2
    two (1, 2) Landsturm battery
    Company / Engineer Battalion

    http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/4._Landwehr-Division_%28Deutsches_Kaiserreich%29


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  2. Wotan49

    Wotan49 amateur handicraftsman Supporter

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    Created by Imperator1961

    Multi by Wotan49

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    German Infantry Early
    from World in flame: WW1 Germany Part I.
    http://forums.civfanatics.com/downloads.php?do=file&id=21211

    Spoiler :
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    German Infantry Division early WW1
    two infantry brigades of two regiments Infantry
    a cavalry brigade to two regiments
    one field artillery brigade of two Field Artillery Regiments
    Divisions and support troops (railway pioneer battalions, etc)

    ;)
    German Infantry Later
    from World in flame: WW1 Germany Part II.
    http://forums.civfanatics.com/downloads.php?do=file&id=21210
    Spoiler :


    German Infantry Division later WW1 (1917-1918)
    a infantry brigade of three regiments
    a cavalry squadron; Machine Gun Sniper Department
    Artillery commander to a field artillery regiment and a battalion of foot artillery
    Divisions and support troops (Company / Engineer Battalion; Minenwerfer Company)
    Divisions - Message - commander

    Spoiler :


    Wotan49
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  3. Wotan49

    Wotan49 amateur handicraftsman Supporter

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    Created by Imperator1961

    Multi French Infantry
    from World in flame: WW1 French Part II.

    Multi by Wotan49

    Multi French Infantry Early

    http://forums.civfanatics.com/downloads.php?do=file&id=21223

    Multi French Infantry Later

    http://forums.civfanatics.com/downloads.php?do=file&id=21222

    ;) :D

    Spoiler :
    :) ;)


    PediaIcons.txt and Civilopedia.txt entry is:D
    Here 21st Infantry Division (France)
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/21st_Infantry_Division_%28France%29

    Multi French Tirailleurs

    http://forums.civfanatics.com/downloads.php?do=file&id=21246

    http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Division_marocaine
    Moroccan Division, also known as the 1st Moroccan Division was an army of African Infantry Division who participated in the First World War.
    Composed of Algerian and Tunisian Tirailleurs, Zouaves and Legionnaires, not Moroccan soldiers!

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  4. Wotan49

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    You know, I am very fond of these creations you make.

    Cheers,

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  6. Wotan49

    Wotan49 amateur handicraftsman Supporter

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    thank you :)

    Next comes early of WW1 France, and later units,

    Belgium early of WW1, and then later units.

    :think:

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    Apologies for the bump but are you (Wontan49) going to make the rest of the armies or at least the Japan, UK and US?
     
  11. Wotan49

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    Fredeye
    thanks for your interest

    I have the Us Infantry WW1 end, the others I have yet finished
    Hard Drive Crash

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  12. Wotan49

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    US Rifle Later
    from World in flame: WW1 U.S.A Part.

    Multi by Wotan49


    Multi US Rifle Later
    from "World in flame: WW1 U.S.A Part"


    2nd Infantry Division (United States)
    US Rifle Later

    Multi US Rifle Later WW1
    http://forums.civfanatics.com/downloads.php?do=file&id=22106
    The 2nd Infantry Division was first constituted on 21 September 1917
    in the Regular Army. It was organized on 26 October 1917
    at Bourmont, Haute Marne, France.
    At the time of its activation, the Indianhead Division was composed
    of the 3rd Infantry Brigade, which included the 9th Infantry Regiment
    and the 23rd Infantry Regiment; the 4th Marine Brigade, which consisted of the 5th Marine Regiment,
    the 6th Marine Regiment and the 6th Machine Gun Battalion;
    a battalion of field artillery; and various supporting units.
    Twice during World War I the division was commanded by US Marine Corps
    generals, Brigadier General Charles A.
    Doyen and Major General John A.
    Lejeune (after whom the Marine Corps Camp in North Carolina is named),
    the only time in U.S.
    Military history when Marine Corps officers commanded an Army division.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2nd_Infantry_Division_%28United_States%29

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    Imperial Japanese Army Division
    from World in flame: WW1 ja Part.

    Multi by Wotan49

    Multi Jap Rifle Div of Imperial Japanese Army
    from "World in flame: WW1 ja Part"

    http://forums.civfanatics.com/downloads.php?do=file&id=22107

    The 18th Division

    The 18th Division was formed in Kurume, Kyushu on 13 November 1907, together with the 17th Division,
    as part of the post Russo-Japanese War expansion of the standing Japanese military.
    In World War I it was strengthened by an additional infantry regiment (the 29th) and given an independent command
    in the siege of the German colony of Tsingtao in the Shandong peninsula, China. Abolished at the end of World War I,
    it was revived for participation in the Siberian Intervention.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/18th_Division_%28Imperial_Japanese_Army%29#Organization

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    British Expeditionary Force (BEF)
    from World in flame: WW1 gbandc2 Part 2.

    Multi by Wotan49

    Multi British Infantry Early
    from "World in flame: WW1 gbandc2"

    British Expeditionary Force (BEF) 1914

    The New Army, often referred to as Kitchener's Army or, disparagingly, Kitchener's Mob
    http://forums.civfanatics.com/downloads.php?do=file&id=22108

    At the beginning of 1918, the shortage of manpower in the British Expeditionary Force in France became acute.
    The Army ordered infantry divisions to be reduced from twelve infantry battalions to nine.
    The higher-numbered battalions (in effect the New Army units, and some Second-Line Territorial units) were to be disbanded rather than the lower-numbered Regular
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_British_divisions_in_World_War_I
    and First-Line Territorial battalions. (Since Kitchener's death in 1916, no other major figure opposed this fundamental change to the principles on which the New Army had been raised.)
    In some cases, New Army divisions had to disband about half of their units to make room for surplus battalions transferred from Regular or First-Line Territorial divisions.
    While the change reduced the unique sense of identity of some New Army formations, it developed the divisions in France into more homogeneous units.
    By this time there was no longer much real distinction between Regular, Territorial and New Army divisions.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kitchener%27s_Army


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  15. Wotan49

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    to the other British World War one I'm still working
    :think::trouble::popcorn:

    Spoiler :

    from my game with multi units

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    :thanx:thanks


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    Created by Imperator1961

    British Multi Infantry Later
    from World in flame: WW1 gbandc2 Part 2.

    Multi by Wotan49


    Multi British Infantry Later
    from "World in flame: WW1 gbandc2"


    http://forums.civfanatics.com/downloads.php?do=file&id=22111

    At the beginning of 1918, the shortage of manpower in the British Expeditionary Force in France became acute.
    The Army ordered infantry divisions to be reduced from twelve infantry battalions to nine.
    The higher-numbered battalions (in effect the New Army units, and some Second-Line Territorial units) were to be disbanded rather than the lower-numbered Regular
    and First-Line Territorial battalions. (Since Kitchener's death in 1916, no other major figure opposed this fundamental change to the principles on which the New Army had been raised.)
    In some cases, New Army divisions had to disband about half of their units to make room for surplus battalions transferred from Regular or First-Line Territorial divisions.
    While the change reduced the unique sense of identity of some New Army formations, it developed the divisions in France into more homogeneous units.
    By this time there was no longer much real distinction between Regular, Territorial and New Army divisions.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_British_divisions_in_World_War_I

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  19. Wotan49

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    Canadian Division Early
    from World in flame: WW1 gbandc2 Part 2.

    Multi by Wotan49


    Multi The 1st Canadian Division 1914
    from "World in flame: WW1 gbandc2"


    http://forums.civfanatics.com/downloads.php?do=file&id=22112

    The 1st Canadian Division 1914
    Formed in August 1914, the 1st Canadian Division was a formation of the Canadian Expeditionary Force.
    The division was initially made up from provisional battalions that were named after their province of origin
    but these titles were dropped before the division arrived in Britain on October 14, 1914.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1st_Canadian_Division

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    :love:these were the was done
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