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The Héja II was a version of the Reggiane Re.2000 single engined figure produced under license in Hungary by the Hungarian State Iron and Steel Works (MÁVAG). Hungary had purchased seventy Re.2000s in 1939, of which 68 were eventually delivered, with the final aircraft not being delivered until May 1943, three years later than originally promised! These aircraft were known as the Héja (Hawk) in Hungarian service.

At the same time the Hungarians had negotiated for a license to build the aircraft themselves. The resulting aircraft was powered by the WMK-14B engine, based on the Gnome & Rhône K-14 Mistral Major, and providing 1085hp. The resulting aircraft had a top speed of 323 mph. Other changes including the replacement of the two Italian 12.7mm Breda-SAFAT machine guns of the Re.2000 with similar 12.7mm Gebauer guns designed and produced in Hungary, and an improved fuel system, with a self sealing 26 gallon fuel tank in the fuselage and 22 smaller tanks, with a capacity of 5.3 to 6.6 gallons in the wings.

Production of the Héja II ran from July 1942 until October 1944, although an allied air raid in July 1944 had destroyed the WM factory preventing between 25 and 30 aircraft from being completed. In all 203 Héja IIs were completed during that period.

While the imported Héjas had been used on the Eastern Front, the Héja II was retained in Hungary, for use as an advanced fighter trainer. The increased tempo of the allied bombing offensive against Hungary in 1944 forced the Héja II into service as a day fighter, operating against the US 15th Air Force and its escort fighters. This resulted in a series of encounters between the Héja II and P-38s and P-47s. Unsurprisingly the obsolescent Hungarian aircraft did not fare well against the more modern allied aircraft.

Design and development [ edit | edit source ]

In December 1939 seventy Reggiane Re.2000 fighters, purchased from Italy, were delivered to the Magyar Királyi Állami Vas-, Acél- és Gépgyárak, ("Royal Hungarian State Iron, Steel and Machine Works"), where they were modified into MÁVAG Héja I ("Goshawk I") fighters. The original Piaggio P.XI engines were replaced by the Hungarian-built Manfred Weiss WM K-14 driving Hamilton Standard three-bladed, constant-speed propellers. The WM K-14 was a licensed copy of the French Gnome-Rhône 14K engine that necessitated a 1-foot 3-inch lengthening of the fighters’ forward fuselage, to restore the center of gravity to a safe position. The Piaggio engine was itself also a copy of the Gnome-Rhône 14K, but less reliable than the original.

A decision was soon made to produce more Héja fighters under license in Hungary as the MÁVAG Héja II (Goshawk II). The new Héja II was entirely Hungarian with locally produced airframes, engines and armament. The new fighter differed from the Reggiane fighter in a number of ways. Armament was changed to 2 × 0.50 inch (12.7 mm) Gebauer fixed forward-firing guns in the upper nose with 300 rounds each. Length was 27 ft 6.25 inch (8.39 m), and maximum level speed was 301 mph (485 km/h) at 13,780 ft (4,200 m). Endurance was 2 hours and 30 minutes. The first MÁVAG Héja II took to the air on 30 October 1942, and in total MÁVAG built a further 203 Héjas for the Royal Hungarian Air Force. The last aircraft was completed on 1 August 1944 when production ceased.

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Politics [ edit ]

This is a community maintained wiki. If you spot a mistake then you are welcome to fix it.

Ideology [ edit ]

Hungary starts in 1936 as a non-aligned country with an election in March of 1939. The ruling party in 1936 is the F48P and its leader is Miklós Horthy. Hungary in the 1939 game start is a fascist country.

National spirits [ edit ]

Without the Death or Dishonor DLC enabled, Hungary starts with no national spirits. With the Death or Dishonor DLC enabled, Hungary starts off with the Treaty of Trianon, which disarms Hungary. This can be removed by either negotiating with the Little Entente, proposing the Bled Agreement, or by renouncing it if you choose the fascist route of the tree.

Political Parties [ edit ]

Political Party Ideology Popularity Party Leader Country Name Is Ruling?
Szociáldemokrata Párt (SZDP) Democratic 25% Árpád Szakasits Republic of Hungary No
Kommunisták Magyarországi Pártja (KMP) Communist 0% Mátyás Rákosi Hungarian People's Republic No
Horthy Government Fascist 31% Miklós Horthy Hungary No
Függetlenségi és 48-as Párt (48P) Non-Aligned 44% Miklós Horthy Kingdom of Hungary Yes
Legitimists Non-Aligned ---- Otto von Habsburg Kingdom of Hungary No, but can came to power via national focus.
Legitimists Non-Aligned ---- Friedrich Franz von Mecklenburg-Schwerin Kingdom of Hungary No, but can came to power via national focus.

Diplomacy [ edit ]

Hungary begins with claims on  Czechoslovakia's territory, namely in Southern Slovakia and Carpathian Ruthenia.

Advisors [ edit ]

  • Improve relations opinion: +15%
  • Civilian Factory construction speed: +10%
  • Infrastructure construction speed: +10%
  • Refinery construction speed: +10%
  • Military Factory construction speed: +10%
  • Dockyard construction speed: +10%
  • Fuel Silo construction speed: +10%
  • Daily Support for Unaligned : +0.10
  • Trade deal opinion factor: +10%
  • Political Power Gain: +15%
  • Daily Communism Support: +0.10
  • Daily Democracy Support: +0.10
  • Daily Fascism Support: +0.10
  • Operative Slots: +1
  • Agency upgrade time: -15%

1939 decemberében a magyar kormány 70 darab Reggiane Re.2000 vadászgépet vásárolt Olaszországból. A gépeket a MÁVAG-nak szállították le, ahol azokat átalakították, új jelölése Héja I lett. Az eredeti Piaggio P.XI motorokat magyar gyártmányú Weiss Manfréd Gnome–Rhône 14K csillagmotorra cserélték le, mely Hamilton Standard háromágú állítható légcsavart hajtott. A WM K-14 motort a francia Gnome–Rhône 14K licence alapján gyártották. Mivel ez a motor könnyebb volt az eredetinél, a törzset 400 mm-el meg kellett hosszabbítani, hogy a gép súlypontja a tervezett helyre kerüljön vissza. Mellesleg a Piaggio motort szintén a Gnome-Rhône 14K licence alapján gyártották, de megbízhatósága elmaradt az eredeti mögött.

Hamarosan döntés történt további Héja vadászgép legyártására. Ezek MÁVAG Héja II jelölést kaptak. Az új Héja II teljesen magyar gyártmány volt, itthon gyártott sárkánnyal, motorral és fegyverzettel. Ez a változat több ponton is különbözött az eredeti konstrukciótól. A fegyverzetet lecserélték 2 darab a gép orrába felül beépített motorhajtású 12,7 mm-es Gebauer géppuskára egyenként 300 lőszerrel. A gép hossza 8,40 m lett, legnagyobb vízszintes sebessége 4200 m-en 485 km/h volt. A repülési idő 2 óra 30 perc volt. Az első MÁVAG Héja II 1942. október 30-án szállt fel, és a gyár összesen 203 Héját gyártott le a Magyar Királyi Honvéd Légiflotta számára. Az utolsó gépet 1944. augusztus 1-jén szállították le, ezután a gyártást leállították.

How the Fakir got the name ‘Sai’

When the marriage - party came to Shirdi, it alighted at the foot of a Banyan tree in Bhagata Mhalsapati’s field near Khandoba’s temple. The carts were loosened in the open courtyard of Khandoba’s temple and the members of the party descended one by one, and the Fakir also got down. Bhagat Mhalsapati saw the young Fakir getting down and spontaneously accosted Him "YA SAI" (Welcome Sai). Others also addressed Him as Sai and thenceforth he became known as Sai Baba.

Upon his return to Shirdi, Baba stayed there for an unbroken period of sixty years, after which He took His Maha-Samadhi in the year 1918.

Initially, Sai Baba stayed on the outskirts of the village of Shirdi, then under a neem tree for four to five years at the spot now called Gurusthan, before shifting to an abandoned mosque which later became known as Dwarkamai.

Slowly his greatness was revealed and his fame spread far and wide, until by the end of his life he was attracting thousands of people to Shirdi. In the last decade of his life, Baba was worshipped with all pomp and ceremony and the mosque was likened to a maharajah’s ‘darbar’, yet Baba never changed His simple and austere lifestyle of the Puritans.

Mission & Advice


This mod is an attempt to fix this, it's based on the standard 1941 campaign, using unmodified generic data. The only changes were made to scenario data. A future version will use locked generic data for some further in-depth changes.

I do not consider this a final version as some errors may have crept in. So if you find a problem please report it.

Installation: Download the file (attachment at the bottom), unpack the files into the WitE datscen subfolder (it won't overwrite existing files from WitE) and load scenario in WitE.

King Tiger fac moved from Leipzig to Kassel
StuH42 fac moved from Braunschweig to W.Berlin (Alkett)
Flammpanzer III fac moved from Braunschweig to Kassel (MIAG-built chassis but assembly in Kassel)
StuG IV fac moved from Kassel to Magdeburg (Krupp-Gruson)
Nashorn fac moved from Berlin to Teplitz (Deutsche Eisenwerke)
Hummel fac moved from Berlin to Essen (Deutsche Eisenwerke, Duisburg not available)
Brummbar fac moved from Magdeburg to Essen (Deutsche Eisenwerke, Duisburg not available)
StuG IIIb facs moved from Kassel/Frankfurt to N.-/W.-Berlin (Alkett)
Panzer II Lynx fac moved from Berlin to Nuernberg (MAN)
Panzer II F fac moved from Berlin to Breslau (FAMO, should be Warsaw but not german area)
Panzer IV F facs changed to 2x Magedeburg (Krupp-Gruson) and Vienna (Nibelungenwerke)
Jagdpanzer IV fac moved from Magdeburg to Vienna, changed to size-0 Jpz IV/70
Jagdpanzer IV/70 fac in Chemnitz changed to Jagdpanzer IV (Vomag)
Marder II (132) moved from Leipzig to Berlin
Marder II (131) moved from Berlin to Breslau (FAMO, should be Warsaw but not german area)
Mobelwagen fac moved from Magdeburg to Teplitz (should be BBM in Prague though)
Wirbelwind moved from Goerlitz to Sagan (Ostbau)
Panzer III J L/42 in Kassel changed to L/60 (Henschel + Wegmann)
Panzer III J L/42 added in Nuernberg (MAN)
Panzer III J L/60 in Frankfurt moved to Hannover and changed to L/42 (MNH + MIAG)
Panther D facs changed to Hannover (MNH) Nuernberg (MAN) and Berlin (Daimler-Benz) (-1)
Panther A fac moved to Berlin (size 1, damage 50), Panther A fac created in Nuernberg (size 1, damage 50)
->despite multiple bombings both MAN and DB produced more Panther than MINH

T-60 fac moved from Stalingrad(?) to Kirov
KV-1 fac in Chelyabinsk set to size 1 and 25 damage - no real KV production there until facs evacuated from Leningrad
T-34: Kharkow -5, Gorky -5, Stalingrad +10, Size-1 fac with 50 damage added in Nizhny Tagil
T-34 m42: Chelyabinsk fac deleted - just 5k produced when they diverted KV production to T-34 for about 1.5 years

Armored cars
222: fac in Cologne killed, other two increased to 2
231: fac changed to Elbing/Leipzig with 2 (Elbing) and 1 (Leipzig), others removed
233: moved to Leipzig
234/1: additional fac in Leipzig
234/2: moved to Leipzig

Bf 110 E-2 factory moved from Kassel to Halle (no perfect match for Gotha but closer than Kassel)
Do 335 factory in Muenchen added
Me 262 factory in Muenchen reduced to 10
Me 262 factory added to Ulm, size 0 to prevent early rising
Do 217E factory moved from Hannover to Muenchen
Ar 234 factory moved from Chemnitz to Brandenburg
He 162 factory added in Vienna, size 0 to prevent early rising
Ju 52 factory moved from Berlin to Dessau
Bf 109 G-6/R2 fac moved from Leipzig to Vienna
He 111 fac in Rostock reduced to 30
Ju 88A fac moved from Brandenburg (Arado) to Halle (Siebel)
Ju 88A fac moved from Rostock to Magdeburg (JFM)
Ju 88A fac moved from north Berlin to Berlin (Henschel)
Ju 88 C-6 fac moved from Leipzig to Magdeburg
Ju 188F fac added in Magdeburg, sized 0
Fw 190F fac in Kassel changed to Fw 190A (Fieseler)
Fw 190F fac moved from Magdeburg to Rostock (Arado)
Fw 190 F-8 fac added in Wismar, sized 0
Fw 190G fac in Magdeburg changed to Fw 190A
Fw 190G fac in Kottbus changed to Fw 190A
Fw 190G fac added in Marienburg
Fw 190A fac moved from Danzig to Marienburg
Fw 190A fac in Bremen removed (a/c assembly moved to eastern germany)
Hs 129 fac moved from Kassel to Berlin (Henschel)
Ju 87G fac moved from Wuppertal to Bremen (Weserflug)
Ju 87D fac moved from Wuppetal to Berlin (Weserflug Tempelhof)
Ju 87 D-5 fac added in N.Berlin (Weserflug Tempelhof, location borderline between Berlin and N.Berlin hex so chose the other one)

Me 210 Ca-1 fac moved from Gyor to Budapest

IAR39 fac moved from Bucharest to Brasov (IAR)
IAR80A fac moved from Bucharest to Brasov (IAR)

G.50bis fac moved from Taranto to Turin
MC.200 fac moved from Florence to Milano (two facs in Milano area, Macchi and Breda)

LaGG-3 fac in Saratov moved to Dzerzhinsk (e) - was only produced in and around Gorky + Taganrog
La-5 fac moved from Semenov to Gorky - was only produced in and around Gorky as successor to the LaGG-3
La-5FN fac moved from Semenov to Gorky - was only produced in and around Gorky as successor to the La-5F
Pe-3 - one fac in Moscow deleted, remaining fac set to size 6 (

360 Pe-3/Pe-3bis produced)
Pe-2R - Moscow factory deleted
Pe-2 - one fac moved to W.Moscow (Moscow-Fili), set to size 30. Irkutsk fac moved to Kazan, set zo size 1 and damage 25
Yak-7A fac moved from Moscow to N.Moscow (Tushino, n/w of Moscow)
Il-10 - Moscow fac moved to Kuybyshev, other kept in Voronezh
Tu-2 fac in Omsk changed to size 0
Tu-2S fac (size-0) added in W.Moscow (fac #23 in Moscow-Fili)
Il-4 fac from Moscow moved to W.Moscow
Yak-3 fac in Saratov removed - enough production capacity with three facs through Yak-1 upgrade
Yak-6 fac in Shumerlya moved to N.Moscow and set to size 0 (minor producer), majority produced in fac 47 (Leningrad/Chkalov)

Kazan factories set to size 1 and damage 50 - no production there until Leningrad facs relocated
Shumerlya facs moved eastward to Kanash (best match for non-available Kozlovka) and set to size0 with damage 50 (production start 1942)
-> just

1400 produced there so U2-VS fac deleted
Cheboksari facs moved back to Leningrad where they belong to, U-2VS fac increased to 10
Moscow fac deleted - only pre-war

--> This results in less than

12800 wartime produced U-2 but not all were used for offensive ops like in WitE

Leipzig: 1000 suplies added
Breslau: 2000 suplies added
Nuernberg: 1000 suplies added
Muenchen: 1000 suplies added
Magdeburg: 1000 suplies added
Brasov: 1000 suplies added
Elbing: 2000 suplies added
Marienburg: 2000 suplies added
Dessau: 1000 suplies added
Halle: 1000 suplies added
Stalingrad: 3000 suplies added
Dzerzhinsk: 1000 suplies added

-> to overcome production issues by lack of supply on the initial turn

< Message edited by Denniss -- 8/7/2012 10:08:07 PM >

Plan: Use locked generic data for some in-depth changes to upgrade paths, dates, build limits and to split Ju 88A from Ju 188E and He 111H from He 177 production. Another goal will be to reduce factories ending without upgrade so it will see Panzer III -> Panther or LaGG-3 -> La-5 upgrades.

Preview changelog of version 2 - work is still in progress and several changes may happen.

Pz 35(t): upgrade to Pz 38(t)E
Pz Ib: upgrade to IIf
Panzer IIf: extend to 1/43 to prevent early scrapping
Panzer IIIe: upgrades to IIIj-L/42
Panzer IIIg: upgrades to IIIj-L/42
Panzer IIIh: upgrades to IIIj-L/60
Panzer IIIj-L/42: build limit down to 8 (3 facs)
Panzer IIIj-L/60: remove upgrade, extend one month to 7/42
Panzer IIIm: upgrade to Panther D
Pz IVc/IVe: upgrade to Pz IVf
Pz IVf: build limit/fac upped to 8, just Krupp-Grusonwerk left in Magdeburg
Pz IVf2: ends 7/42, build limit to 6, add size-0 facs in Vienna (Nibelungenwerk) and Plauen (VOMAG)
Pz IVg L/43: starts 8/42 (Ausf. G was not immediately uparmored), build limit to 7
Pz IVg L/48: starts 1/43, build limit to 12, expansion up to 2, add size-0 fac in Vienna (Nibelungenwerk increasing production)
Pz IVh: build limit down to 13
Pz IVj: add size-0 fac in Vienna (Nibelungenwerk, in realworld the only producer left), build limit down to 8
Jagdpanzer IV: move fac from Chemnitz to Plauen (VOMAG)
Panther D: facs removed, build limit up to 8 (3 facs), reliability down to 45 (many problems solved in production)
Panther A: expansion down to 1, reliability down to 35, build limit down to 10
Panther G: expansion to 1
Jagdpanther: Hannover factory to size 0, Branschweig to 3
Hetzer: renamed Jagdpanzer 38(t)
Wirbelwind: extended to 9/45
Grille H: extended to 6/43, build limit/fac down to 6
Grille M: available 10/43, extend to 9/44, build limit down to 4
Tiger I: start 8/42 and ends 9/45 now, upgrades to Tiger II in 7/44, build limit up to 11, fac changed to zero (slow production ramp-up)
Tiger II: starts 7/44 now, build limit up to 10
Wespe: expansion to 1
StuG IIIb: build limit down to 5 (overproduction),end date extended to 1/43 (no change to upgrade)
Stug IIIf: starts 4/42, upgrades to new StuG III F/8 in 6/42, front armor reduced to 50 (not uparmored yet), build limit down to 8
StuG III F/8: created to fit between F and G, same as F but longer gun + add-on armor, build limit 9
StuG IIIg (and foreign variants): remove Bow MG (not there), upgrades to 1944 version in 1/44, build limit -1 to 16
-> front armor up to 82 (same superstructure as StuH 42 and StuG IV)
StuG III G 1944: new version, starts 1/44, coax MG added, build limit 19, front armor up to 82
StuG III G(F): add DT AAMG after removal of wrong bow MG
StuH 42: delay to 3/43 (mass production start), extend to 9/45, build limit/expansion to 10/1, factory to size-0
StuG IV: front armor down to 82
Brummbar - replace ahistorical/wrong name with Sturmpanzer IV
Jagdpanzer IV/70/V): build limit down to 19 (two facs)
T-28 32: upgrade to T-34 41
T-34 1942: expansion rate up to 2
T-34/85: expansion rate up to 2
T-35: upgrade to KV-1 41
T-38: upgrade to T-40
T-40: extend to 1/42 (does not change the upgrade in 10/41)
T-60: upgrades to T-70 in 7/42, ends 1/43 now, build limit and expansion up to 48 and 5
T-70: facs deleted, start 7/42 and ends 1/44 now, build limit down to 35
KV-1 41: Leningrad facs split in two realworld facs, build limit down to 20
KV-1S: upgrades to KV-85, build limit down to 7
KV-85: upgrades to IS-1, fac removed, available 8/1943, build limit down to 5
IS-1: build limit down to 2
IS-2 43: build limit down to 18
IS-2 44: build limit down to 18
IS-3: build limit down to 13
Su-76: new size 8 facs in Kirov + Gorky
Su-76M: build limit increased to 50
Su-85: fac added in Sverdlovsk, build limit reduced to 30
Su-85M: build limit down to 18 (two facs)
Su-100: available 11/44, build limit down to 25 (two facs)
Su-122: end date set to 7/44, upgrade to Su-85M, build limit/fac reduced to 15
ZIS-30: upgrades to Su-76
Churchill IV: reclassify as heavy tank, it was used as heavy tank by the soviets

Armored cars
221: extend to 1/43, reclassify as armored car
231: upgrade to 234/2, extend to 11/43
233: upgrade to 234/3
234/1: fac removed, extend to 9/45, build limit up to 3, expansion to 1
234/2: fac removed, upgrade to 234/1, available 12/43, ends 5/44
234/3: fac removed
234/4: build limit down to 3

BA-10: extended to 1/42 (fac relocated due to german movement towards leningrad, became part of Tankograd to build heavy tanks)
BA-20: upgrades to BA-64
BA-64: Kulebaki fac removed, build limit down to 25 (overproduction, 9100 reported in total up to 1946,

He 111H series: remove upgrade to He 177, reduce build limit to 20
He 111 H-20/R-2: build limit down to 5, ends 12/44, fac added in Rostock
He 177: reduce build limit to 6, add two facs in Oranienburg (Heinkel) and Brandenburg (Arado)
He 162: fac added in Oranienburg
He 219: two facs added in Vienna + Rostock, build limit down to 2
Do 217 E: add fac in Wismar, build limit down to 4
Do 217 K: build limit up to 6
Do 217N: remove upgrade to He 219
Do 335: delayed to 3/45
Ju 88A/A-4: remove Ju 188E upgrade, reduce build limit to 8
Ju 188E: add two facs in Magdeburg and Halle, increase build limit to 4
Bf 109K-4: for some reason the build limit was at 25, I thought this was fixed to 15 in a previous data revision
Bf 110 G-2: remove upgrade to Me 410, reduce build limit to 5
Bf 110 G-4: reduce build limit and fac to 1, add fac in Halle (Gotha not available)
Bf 110 G-4/U8: reduce build limit to 2
Me 410: increase build limit to 12
Ju 87D: build limit down to 10 (two facs), add size-5 fac in Bremen, reduce Berlin fac to 5
Ju 87D-5: build limit down to 12, remove fac
Ju 88 D-1: fac moved from Leipzig to Magdeburg
Ju 188F: fac created in Leipzig
Fw 190A: build limit down to 6, add fac in Bremen
Fw 190A-8: build limit up to 20 (

5300 built up to 11/44), expansion to 2
Fw 190D: build limit up to 12, Kottbus fac to size 0, size-0 facs added in Kassel (Fieseler) and Halle (Erfurt not available)
-> remove upgrade to Ta 152H
Fw 190F-8: build limit up to 21, size-0 fac added in Rostock
Fw 190G: build limit up to 8
Ta 152H: two new size-0 facs in Marienburg and Sagan (closest match for Sorau)
Ju 52/3m: build limit and fac down to 5, fac added in Leipzig (ATG), ends 8/44

Re.2000: remove 120 from pool (was reserved for export to Hungary)
Re.2000 Heja II: remove imports (local produced variant, Budapest factory changed from Bf 109 G-2(H) to Heja II
Me 210 Ca-1(H): end date set to 6/1944
SM.79JR: add fac in Brasov, remove imports, ends 6/1943
LaGG-3: upgrades to La-5 now
LaGG-3: create a duplicate LaGG-3 for Taganrog facility, upgrades to -29
LaGG-3 29: fac remvoved
LaGG-3 66: upgrades to Yak-3
Yak-3: Tbilisi fac removed (former Taganrog facility), build limit down to 22
Yak-7B: upgrade to Yak-9M, build limit down to 18 (exclude

600 pure trainers like -7V)
Yak-9: Omsk factory to size-0, end to 3/43, upgrade to Yak-9D
Yak-9D: delayed to 4/43, facs removed
Yak-9M: remove facs, expansion to 2
Yak-9T: bombs removed but keep fighter-bomber, ammo down to 110, build limit up to 23, fac in Omsk deleted (only produced in Novosibirsk)
Yak-9U: 2xMG instead of just one, one Omsk fac deleted, build limit up to 29
La-5: all facs removed, buil limit up to 30, delayed to 7/42, ends 12/42
La-5F: all facs removed, upgrades to La-5FN, starts 1/43. ends 7/43, build limit up to 29
La-5FN: all facs removed + 1 new in Moscow, upgrades to La-7, starts 8/43, build limit up to 22
La-7: start 8/44, build limit up to 28
Su-2: reduce fac and build limit to 10, upgrade to Il-2M, extend to 9/42
Il-2M: reduce build limit to 43 to account for Su-2 fac
Il-2M3: reduce build limit to 43 to account for Su-2 fac
I-16 type 5: upgrade to Taganrog LaGG-3
I-15bis (both): upgrade to MiG-3
Tu-2: ends 1/43 (last of the 80 built in Omsk)
Tu-2S: build limit down to 6 (two facs)
Pe-3: fac set to size 0, extend to 4/42 (production was interrupted by evacuation and Pe-2 priority afterwards)
Pe-3bis: starts 5/42, ends 1/43, build limit down to 4

add 1000 supplies to Wismar to avoid production problems on first turn

units: slot 8173-8191 cleared (some data leftover)

< Message edited by Denniss -- 8/19/2012 3:28:22 PM >

HyperScale Forums

12:35 AM - Apr 06 #11 2021-04-06T00:35

12:54 PM - Apr 06 #12 2021-04-06T12:54

"No kit is unbuildable, some are just not worth building."

2:02 PM - Apr 06 #13 2021-04-06T14:02

Colour print film didn't appear until 1935 and Kodak claims that Kodacolour, first produced in 1942, was the first true colour print film. The process of developing the negative was proprietary until the 1950s. It wasn't available in 35mm format until well after the war.

Kodachrome was only made as 35mm slide film from 1935 and remained processable only at a Kodak lab for most of its life. The German Agfacolour process appeared a year or so later and had a much simpler processing requirement but still much more complex and costly than b&w. Whilst b&w can be processed and printed by an amateur in a make-shift dark room, colour really cannot. And prints from colour slides were not readily available. Even now colour negatives are far easier to damage than b&w negatives. Film speeds were also a problem with colour films being relatively slow and so requiring longer exposures. More of a problem was colour balance - colour films needed to be balanced for artificial light and so were much less versatile than b&w. We take colour photography for granted but it really wasn't until the 1970s that it became cheap and easy.

Not to hijack the thread but that’s some great photographic history. I never did understand why most of the Vietnam War was in black and white. That explains it.

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Modeling History: Adam Coleman’s 1/72 Legato Hungarian MÁVAG Héja II

Adam Coleman, a friend I know through IPMS, emailed me this very interesting bit of modeling history, along with photos of his great work on this aircraft. I’ll admit I’d never actually heard about this particular one, so it’s interesting to learn something new through the hobby. Thanks for sharing this with us Adam!

Just finished today is my Hungarian MÁVAG Héja II (“Goshawk”) of the Royal Hungarian Air Force ca.1944. This is marked up and intended to depict a mid-production machine V5+42 based at Matyasfeld, near Budapest. The kit is the Legato release in 1/72 scale from 2005 which apparently can make either the Heja I or Heja II.

The Héja I was a Hungarian fighter aircraft copy of the Italian Reggiane Re 2000. Following licensing issues with the Italians, the new Héja II (as shown below) was entirely Hungarian built with locally produced airframes, engines and armament. The new fighter differed from the Heja I in a number of ways. Armament was changed to two fixed forward-firing 12.7 mm (0.50 inch)Gebauer guns with 300 rounds in the fuselage nose. Flight endurance was about 2.5 hours. The first MÁVAG Héja II took to the air on 30 October 1942, and in total, MÁVAG built around 70 Héja II’s, all for the Royal Hungarian Air Force. The last aircraft was completed on 1 August 1944 when production ceased. These were primarily used as fighter trainers.

This model is not for beginners! It is a short run kit with resin and photo etch parts as well as vacuformed canopies. It requires patience and a knack for understanding dubiously unclear instructions. The kit was not easy, but however I also chose it to give my brand new new Grex airbrush a workout. Replicating the paint scheme was especially fun, and I also enjoyed the research side of this project as well. None survive today, so please enjoy the rare and seldom seen little Héja!

Watch the video: IL-2 Sturmovik 1946 Mávag Héja Re-2000 (June 2022).