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Auschwitz

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"After the liberation of the camp, the axis are ordered to destroy their evidence of genocide. The allies must recover medical research papers already taken by axis and prevent them from destroying
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the crematorium." WWII has always been one of my favorite topics in Global Studies. From what I remember, Auschwitz was a large Nazi concentration camp, which the Americans liberated. This is a good idea for a map so I gave it a try. I began in a building (wowJ). There was a radio in the room broadcasting some guy speaking in German. Actually it was a nice detail and it fit in. Upon exiting I saw a series of buildings, all identical, but well done. I made my way to what I believed was the German side of the camp. Fences and barbed wire provided an effective blockade so I had to walk along the fence to get through, where no doubt a German sniper would snipe me as I walked. I eventually entered a building that appeared to be the commandant's office. I completed my primary objective and after looking around for a little bit I left. For his first map, this was a good one. Great for practice or warm-up rounds where you do not want to navigate a very complicated map. His other maps are even better so look them up. Paul AKA Madmanfrommars

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