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November 12, 2010 in Black Ops, Glitch



The Berlin Strategic Offensive Operation.
16 Apr 1945 to 2 May 1945

Considered one of the bloodiest battles in history, the Berlin Strategic Offensive Operation conducted by the Soviet Union between April 16th and May 2nd of 1945. The war effectively ended with the conquering of the Reichstag and planting of the Soviet flag on April 30th. Fighting continued through May 2nd until the official surrender of the German Army by General Hasso von Manteuffel, commander of the III Panzer Army, and General Kurt Von Tippelskirch, commander of the XXI Army.

Soviet forces suffered over 81,000 KIAs during the course of the offensive. Another 280,000-plus were listed as wounded or ill during that time. On the flip side, Soviet archival data reports German losses at 458,000 killed and 479,000 captured POWs. However, we find these estimated to be exaggerated considering the penchant for propaganda within the Soviet Union. Actual estimates are closer to 100,000 Germans killed in action along with an estimated 125,000 civilians loss. Reports from the Berlin populace during that time recount of tales of revenge-minded Soviet troops engaging in intense rape, pillage, and murder.

A more detailed breakdown can be provided with a written request to the School for Intelligence Analysis.



February 2, 1966


Your mother has taken ill. Doctors got nothing good to say.
Your sisters are here. You need to come home, too.


- Dad



March 14, 1966


This is the tenth letter I’ve sent without response. Your mother
Has finally passed and you weren’t here for her. I know what it is to be
Loyal and serve and bleed for your country. But this was your mother.
And you failed her. Failed your family.

Services are in 5 days. If you’re not here, don’t ever come back.
And as far as me and your sisters are concerned, you died in that prison camp.

5 days.


- Dad



March 20, 1966


I gave you 5 days. You failed. You should have stayed in Vorkuta.


- Your father




Received: 2 March 1968
Returned: 3 March 1968

**SUMMARY: Internal GK memo dated 5 Sept 1944. Earliest known reference to the
NOVA Project.





Subject: NOVA Project

We are on schedule thus far. Stability has been our biggest hurdle. The
effects, however, are promising and yields results beyond that which was

The remaining issues and action items are as [REDACTED]:

a) Stability is stil an issue — we are hoping version 4 will be stable.
Reference– Stability Reference No. NOVA.SR 2010032. Stress investigations
and Long-Term-Testing with trial batches to derive the shelf-life for
batches in phase II.

b) Further testing inroads modes of dispersion currently underway — Initial
findings are positive and lead us to believe only slight modifications will
be needed [to] retrofit current chemical dispersion techniques. Reference –
Dispersion Report No. NOVA.DR 0510032.

c) Long term storage testing is in phase III — The Containers are currently
being tested in various environments. Phase III includes Long-term testing at
25-degrees Celsius at 60% [illegible] for confirmation of findings. Reference
– Stability Report No. NOVA.SR 2010022.

d) Means of protection for handlers and handling protocols must be investigated.

Tests with chimpanzees show current protocols are insufficient. Suggest moving
to human trials to speed research. Reference — Trial Report No. NOVA.TR 1915032

e) Current facilities are inadequate — The scope of this project has vastly
increased and as such our needs have outgrown our current faculty. The incident
last month only reiterates our need for a more permanent and isolated laboratory
Reference — Incident Report NOVA.IR 0002036

[REDACTED] we are expecting your [REDACTED].




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