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Forgotten Hope 2 - Road To Glory - A CMP Campaign

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Welcome to the second Forgotten Hope 2 CMP Gaming Campaign.
In this campaign you will have the pleasure to fight on brand new and also established and balanced maps


Wage battle on the fields of Nietjärvi and Strongpoint Joki . Drive your tanks and planes in Meuse River and Siegfried Line . Prepare yourself for intense and bloody infantry fights on Elsenborn Ridge and Westwall among many others.
You willl have to test your skills and teamwork on 9 custom maps specifically made and edited for this campaign.


What Is CMP-Gaming?
CMP-Gaming means Collaborative Multiplayer Gaming. The community was founded to provide common home for the FH2 Community Map Pack, as well as a brand new tournaments run by people who have decade long experience of hosting them. Clickherefor more information.

Click Below To Join the Campaign
https://cmp-gaming.com/topic/612-how-to-join-a-campaign/
 
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What is a campaign?

A campaign is a series of connected battles, usually 50vs50 players, where we recreate the timeline of the war focused on teamplay and organized gameplay. All battles count towards the final score which determines the army that won the overall campaign. Every army has a training server to use during the week for scouting, recon and practice, as well as their own Teamspeak channels and locked sub-forums (we call them barracks) for communication and entertainment.
Everyone can participate in all weekly activities and events as much as they want!​
 
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FRIDAY , 6 October , 18GMT , the map ORTONA will be played in the first battle of the campaign.


History

Battle of Ortona

By December 1943, the British Commonwealth's advance had broken through the German defences along the Moro river and now prepared to assault the area surrounding the seaside town of Ortona.

General Montgomery believed that the Germans would retreat north of Ortona, in an area where the terrain provided good natural defence positions and that the coastal city would therefore be an easy prey. Things did not turn out that way… On December 20th, the 2nd Brigade arrived near Ortona. The following day the Loyal Edmonton Regiment got as far as Piazza Vittoria at the entrance of the town. In front of them, the corso Vittorio Emanuele leading to the Piazza Municipale, the heart of the city. Narrow side streets were blocked by barricades and rubble left by the Germans. The wide-open corso, the only street that tanks could use was booby-trapped. The Canadian infantry had to clear its way through houses on the side before moving forward, a dangerous and difficult task.

The Canadians were first engaged by the 2nd Battalion of the Luftwaffe’s 3rd Parachute Regiment. This battalion bore the brunt of the defence until 24 December, by which time losses and exhaustion, added to the increasing weight of the Canadian attack, convinced General Heidrich, then commanding the 1st Parachute Division, to commit his divisional reserve, the 2nd Battalion of the 4th Parachute Regiment. The close-in nature of street fighting meant that the battle could not be controlled much above the section or squad level, and references to battalions or even companies are misleading. It is reckoned that little more than 100 paratroopers were in action in the town at any given time, with others resting in the town’s cellars and, particularly, its railway tunnels or they were re-deploying.

On December 27th, Allied Reinforcements were brought in and German paratroopers could not keep on fighting without relief. So on December 28th, they abandoned the city to the Canadians. The victory was a costly one: the Loyal Edmonton Regiment had 172 casualties, including 63 killed; the Seaforth Highlanders 103, including 41 killed. Taking into account losses by support units, the total number of Allied casualties reached 650 officers and men of all ranks.



Click Below To Join
https://cmp-gaming.com/topic/612-how-to-join-a-campaign/

 
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I registered. I played three rounds and could not get to the server ..... currents ...
The remaining servers were empty
 
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Im sorry to hear that. Next time join our Teamspeak channel 30min before the battle starts. The server password will be provided there.

Any questions or doubts you may have will be answered on TeamSpeak promptly and effectively by an Admin or a CO.

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On your server full of cheaters. There are cheaters with the same names as BF2.
Two examples:
"Caninators" - was and was being killed abroad
"8==)"
 
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We never had any players with those names on our server this Friday. I guess you played on a different server.
Could you specify what server you are referring to ?
 
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I did not play on Friday, but yesterday.
The server with the players (70-80 people) was only one, I do not remember the name, on the other there were 0 players.
 
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Our server ( CMP-Gaming Tournament ) is only active on Fridays since our battles only take place on that day. We have no control over the others servers whatsoever. They are not ours.

If you wish to join us in the campaign, that is only played on Fridays 18hGMT, you must register on the website, follow the steps in the link below and then ask for the password on our Teamspeak on that specific day.

https://cmp-gaming.com/topic/612-how-to-join-a-campaign/

Again, we only play Fridays starting at 18hGMT.

If you have any other question dont hesitate to ask.

Regards
- RAnDOOm -
 
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As I understand it, the game is very different from BF2. It is not clear how to make an opponent spot, how to make aiming and adjusting artillery.
My English is very bad for Teamspeak
 
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FRIDAY , 13 October , 18GMT , the map Bloody Gulch will be played in the second battle of the campaign


History

Battle of Bloody Gulch
When the 101st Airborne entered the town of Carentan on June 12, 1944 (D-Day + 6) after heavy fighting on the two previous days, they met relatively light resistance. The bulk of the surviving German defenders (from the 6th Fallschirmjäger Regiment) had withdrawn to the southwest the previous night after a heavy Allied naval and artillery bombardment. Both sides realized the importance of the town: for the Americans, it was a link between Utah Beach and Omaha Beach, and would provide a base for further attacks deeper into German-occupied France. For the Germans, recapturing Carentan would be the first step towards driving a wedge between the two U.S. landing beaches, severely disrupting and possibly even destroying the Allied invasion.
The remnants of the 6th Fallschirmjäger resupplied and were reinforced by assault guns and panzergrenadiers of the 17th SS Panzergrenadier Division on the night of June 12–13. The combined force counterattacked northeast towards Carentan at dawn on June 13, just as the 506th and 501st PIR were attacking southwest to enlarge the American defensive perimeter around the town. The 506th took the brunt of the attack, and by 10:30 a.m., the outnumbered and outgunned paratroopers were pushed almost back to the outskirts of the town.


Under intense German fire, F Company of the 506th's left flank broke and fell back. This exposed D Company's right flank, who also fell back, leaving E Company all alone. Cpt. Thomas P. Mulvey, the commanding officer of F Company,[2] was relieved on the spot by Lt. Colonel Robert Strayer.
When a German tank attempted to penetrate the left flank, two soldiers of E Company successfully destroyed it with a bazooka. Meanwhile, battalion headquarters stopped the retreat of D and F companies, pushing them forward 150 meters to cover the left flank.[1] The 2nd Battalion of the 502nd PIR took up positions to the right of the 506th, but by 1:00 p.m. they too had suffered many casualties, and the German attack was on the verge of breaking through their defenses.
At this critical point, sixty tanks from Combat Command A of the 2nd Armored Division and accompanied by infantry of the 29th Division,[1] counterattacked southwest from Carentan at 4:30 p.m.,[1] inflicting severe casualties on the Germans and forcing them to withdraw. The American victory led to the linkup of forces from Utah and Omaha beaches, creating a secure lodgement area for further American operations.


The actions of the 507th Parachute Infantry Regiment during the Graignes incident (better known as the Battle of Graignes) south-east of Carentan, played a part in the successful capture of Carentan and the Battle of Bloody Gulch. Had the mis-dropped paratroopers of the 507th not stopped the advance of the 17th SS Panzergrenadier Division, it is possible that the German division could have made it to Carentan before the 101st Airborne Division. Furthermore, the 507th caused the Germans significant losses in the few days that they were holding Graignes and this likely influenced the battle at the Bloody Gulch.