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GDR 1962


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Goal: The player finds himself in mid-Europe, January 1962. After the war, Germany had been split into a western and an eastern country, the FRG and the GDR. Both got a part of the former capital berlin, which is situated in the east, so West Berlin was isolated from the rest of FRG.

The main task is to create railroad connection between Munich, West-Berlin and Hamburg, but does not need to transport things on these tracks. Furthermore, he must transport 500 wagonloads (silver=250) of passengers out of the GDR and 300 loads of coffee as well as 150 loads of cars and 10 loads of Bauxite into the GDR. After fulfilling the last two conditions mentioned, you will receive a Minot bonus. The entire undertaking is overshadowed by the fact that within the territory of the GDR the "Deutsche Reichsbahn" is having its tracks, which aside from costing money to be used is also restricted in its railroad tracks by construction work going on. A merger with the liquidated railway is not possible.

Author's Comments: Hello to all English speaking RT3 players, most of you only have a general idea of the details regarding the German Parting, some may not be familiar with it all together. The map "New Beginning" from the RRT3 map pool displays the time around 1990 when Germany was reunited, and the years after that. I used that map as a model and chose the separation of Germany into a west (FRG) and an east (GDR) part for the theme.

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