I saw this side of the RoterMorgen Focus tree, and wanted to know how to get it. I elected SPD-R but have yet to get elections
Currently 6:38. How long would it take to go 6:29 if I followed the Krupp plan? Is the plan supposed to be used in addition to practice? Thanks in advance.
I work as a doc at a vaccine center and a ThyssenKrupp employee in their accounting department was vaccinated today at my center: When I asked him how business is going, he said he is balls deep into steel stocks (buying stocks is rare in Germany/Europe) as I stuck my AstraZeneca needle into him.
Anecdotal but that was a highlight of my Sunday today. Have a great start into the week!
Positions: FCX, CLF, MT, VALE, X - all in!
like, I know that in game they are different units with different stats, but if there any historical reason for having them be two separate units? since the pak 43 was made by Krupp technically every single pak 43 is a pak 43 Krupp
Hello, my name is Alexandr. I am the COO and the Lead game designer at Starni Games — the game development team from Ukraine.
How is your week going? Hope you are all doing well and stay healthy.
Today I will tell you about Krupp K5 - a German railway artillery in our upcoming wargame Strategic Mind: Fight for Freedom.
In 1930, the French Maginot Line was the strongest defensive line in the entire world. Its well-designed, well-stocked and hideously expensive forts seemed impregnable. They had to be either bypassed through the dangerous, near-unpassable Ardennes, or destroyed from afar. Modern problems require modern solutions, the Germans must have thought, and prepared for both possibilities.
Krupp K5 was a 283mm railway cannon with an effective firing range of 64 kilometers - not the most outlandish weapon in the German arsenal, but definitely one of the reasons for the persisting image of “Nazi superscience”. It could only be moved over the rail, and couldn’t rotate by itself, only facing in one direction - a glaring issue, some would think, if another modern solution didn’t counter it. A special railway “turntable” would be built on-site before firing, allowing the Krupp to rotate and change directions - for this reason, setting the cannon up took approximately 2 hours. At 15 shots per hour, this wasn’t a very time-efficient weapon, but whenever it made the shot, the enemy felt it.
Some accounts claim that the Allied soldiers facing such cannons at the Italian town of Anzio nicknamed Krupp K5 the “Anzio Express”, for the train-like sound its 7-ton shells made as they barrelled through the air.
Krupp K5 in Fight for Freedom The Krupp K5 unit has a large Gun range, but it is vulnerable to enemy attacks, so it should be kept at a safe distance and well protected. One of the secondary objectives allows you to capture the Krupp K5 unit and use it against its creators.
German railway artillery - Krupp K5. Watch screenshots and learn more: https://steamcommunity.com/games/1381850/announcements/detail/3026955794073258171