guys, you are going in the wrong direction. I don't want to have anything to do with the Soviet Union here. I find it important, for ppl never even mentioned the hardships of Poland during the War. We already talked about the Soviet Union, Germans, Allies, but never about Poles. And the statistical truth is that Poland was the fourth biggest force fighting against the Axis behind the US, UK, and the USSR ( not the French ). They fought on each front in Europe. They were the best pilots in the Battle of Britain, they fought in Africa and Italy, they fought together with the Russians, and they even had their own armored division in Normandy, commanded by General Maczek. We owe them respect and we can show that by outlining them from between the other superpowers. Don't talk about the USSR in this thread, this is dedicated for the Poles, who contributed on a very large scale to the defeat of the Third Reich.
Now, Gdansk ( or Danzig) was a much bigger affair than the Pegassus Bridge, because only few Polish soldiers (182 this is together with civilian workers ), under heavy air and neval bombardement, stopped the German forces ( couple of thousands ) until they ran out of amunition. And due to the fact that they defended an amunition storage site, that took a while ( 7 days) .
It is our sacred responsibility to show this great act of courage and will to fight of those Polish soldiers in OFP. I understand that OFP is not for street fighting, but with a pack of scripts, it is possible to make a fine resemblance of history.