Armchair Admirals brings together a panel of passionate experts to talk about the most important battles and developments in 20th-century naval history. Expect to see some familiar faces hosting the program: The Mighty Jingles, Drachinifel, and World of Warships’ own Tuccy.
Given that it’s been 78 years to the month since the battle of Midway, the main subject of the pilot episode of Armchair Admirals will be the decisive aircraft carrier battles of 1942.
Wargaming Short Film. Premiere with English dubbing!
We’re going to premiere the famous 30 minutes short film with English dubbing for the first time—exclusive for World of Warships channel. Watch this in a format, similar to movie premiere. Chat, subscribe to our channel, and click the bell so as not to miss the start! The short film tells about a significant episode of the First World War – the defense of the Osowiec Fortress. Our team was trying to reconstruct the historical events in detail investing “all the accumulated video creation experience” in it. Prepare to immerse yourselves in the deeds of brave souls.
Today finds the Swedish Royal Navy destroyer permanently berthed in Gothenburg, where she serves as a museum ship. The Halland-class destroyers were built after World War II, and were the first ships to be equipped with anti-ship missiles. These destroyers were the largest and most complex in the history of the Swedish Navy.
One of the last remaining dreadnoughts in the world is the American Texas battleship. With the help of the archival wartime newsreels and CG animation, we will tell the viewers about the most important points on the battle path of the veteran ship: covering the Normandy landings, artillery duel against the Hamburg battery, and supporting the Iwo Jima invasion.
Greetings everyone, It has been a while since i last talked about the Swiss tech tree and while it may seem that not a lot has happened since then, there has actually been quite some things happening behind the scenes.
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Now i really need this tree to get as much attention as possible, so please share it everywhere you can, be it the many european forums, the NA Forum, Asia Forum, Russian Forum or social media. I am not allowed to say anything but maybe WG is very well aware of the tree and is just shelving it for a later date, and maybe when it gets enough attention we’d get a new nation instead of yet another Russian tier 8 premium tank, who knows 😉
For Starters, let’s talk about the Changes to the tree since last time. First one are changes to the Wheeled top tier vehicles, tier 9 and 10 mainly, Tier 9 will stay the Piranha I but instead of a 90mm armed turet it gets the FL-10 turret with a 75mm autoloading gun. Tier 10 will be the Piranha ARES which is a Piranha APC with a HV 75mm ARES autocannon. My idea about these top tier tanks is that they would bring something new to tier 9 and 10, until now tier 10 tanks usually carry at least 100mm or larger guns, tier 9 is generally 88 or 90mm or above, at least for a viable build, there are tanks with 75mms at tier 9 but those are worthless guns for the most part. However these vehicles would have 75mm guns with similar penetration to other tanks of the same role and tier. Look at them as the high tier variants of the AMX 13 57
Tiger 131 is the most famous tank in the world and the story isn’t over… The Tank Museum has released a new documentary, presented by BBC War Correspondent Kate Adie, detailing how astonishing evidence came to light and changed the long accepted story of the world’s most famous tank. Enjoy.