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This article will describe units available in Gates of Hell

For infantry, see Infantry (Germany).

Emplacements[]

Lafette MG 34[]

The Maschinengewehr 34, introduced in 1934 is regarded as the world's first 'general purpose' machine gun. When mounted on the lafette 34 tripod it assumes the role of a heavy emplaced machine gun. Because of its barrel change system it was the preferred machine gun for use on tanks and armoured cars, combined with the 'panzerlauf' armoured barrel sleeve. It was never fully replaced by its successor the MG 42.

Lafette MG 42[]

LafetteMG42

The Maschinengewehr 42 is a Heavy Machine Gun used by the German army from 1942, it was designed to supplement and replace the earlier Maschinengewehr 34 which was more expensive and took longer to produce. The MG42 was nicknamed 'Hitler's Buzzsaw' due to its extreme rate of fire of 1200RPM which terrified Allied soldiers. The Machine gun was repurposed after the war as the MG3, rechambered in 7.62×51mm NATO.

8cm sGrW 34[]

  • Range: 120 m
  • Cost: 110 MP / 9 CP

10cm NbW 35[]

  • Heavy mortar
  • Calibre: 100mm
  • Range: Min.: 45m / Max.: 180m
  • Lateral dispersion radius @max range: 40m
  • Reload time: 10s
  • Standard ammunition loadout: 25+1 HE + 10 SMOKE rounds
  • Displacement: By foot only
  • Standard weight: 372kg

12cm sGrW 42[]

  • Heavy Mortar
  • Calibre: 120mm
  • Range: Min.: 50m / Max.: 230m
  • Lateral dispersion radius - @150m: 22.83m / @max range: 35m
  • Reload time: 10s
  • Standard ammunition loadout: 20+1 HE rounds
  • Displacement: By foot, light vehicle (Kettenkrad, Kfz15, etc.) and trucks
  • Standard weight: 612kg

20cm leLdgW[]

  • Heavy Mortar
  • Calibre: 200mm
  • Range: Min.: 40m / Max.: 160m
  • Lateral dispersion radius @max range: 27m
  • Reload time: 12.5s
  • Standard ammunition loadout: 15+1 HE + 5 SMOKE rounds
  • Displacement: By foot only
  • Standard weight: 507kg

7.5cm leIG 18[]

  • Light Infantry Howitzer
  • Calibre: 75mm
  • Gun length: 11.8 calibres
  • Max. range: 160 m
  • Lateral dispersion radius @max range: 1.5m
  • Reload time: 6s
  • Standard ammunition loadout: 40+1 HE + 10 HEAT rounds
  • Displacement: By foot, light vehicle (Kettenkrad, Kfz15, etc.) and trucks
  • Standard weight: From 707kg to 747kg depending on the frame

15cm SiG 33[]

  • Heavy Infantry Howitzer
  • Calibre: 150mm
  • Gun length: 11 calibres
  • Max. range: 210 m
  • Lateral dispersion radius - @150m: 1.79 / @max range: 2.5m
  • Reload time: 26s
  • Standard ammunition loadout: 15+1 HE rounds
  • Displacement: By foot and trucks
  • Standard weight: 2284.15kg

10.5cm leFH 18[]

  • Light Field Howitzer
  • Gun: 10.5 cm LeFh 18 L/28
  • Max. range: 390 m
  • Lateral dispersion radius @ ranges:
LDR@150m LDR@200m LDR@250m LDR@300m LDR@350m LDR@Max (390m)
5.77m 7.69m 9.62m 11.54m 13.46m 15m
  • Reload time: 16s
  • Standard ammunition loadout: 20+1 HE + 5 AP* + 5 HEAT rounds
  • Displacement: By foot and trucks
  • Standard weight: 2453.8kg

10cm sK 18[]

  • Heavy Field Howitzer
  • Calibre: 100mm
  • Gun length: 52 calibres
  • Max. range: 450 m
  • Lateral dispersion radius @ ranges:


Wrong range. Correct values please:

LDR@150m LDR@200m LDR@250m LDR@300m LDR@350m LDR@400m LDR@450m LDR@500m LDR@Max (520m)
5.77m 7.69m 9.62m 11.54m 13.46m 15.38m 17.31m 19.23m 20m
  • Reload time: 20.5s
  • Standard ammunition loadout: 20+1 HE + 5 AP* rounds
  • Displacement: By foot and trucks
  • Standard weight: 6043.95kg

15cm sFH 18[]

  • Heavy Field Howitzer
  • Gun: 15 cm sFH 18 L/30
  • Max. range: 430 m
  • Lateral dispersion radius @ ranges:
LDR@150m LDR@200m LDR@250m LDR@300m LDR@350m LDR@400m LDR@Max (430m)
6.98m 9.30m 11.63m 13.95m 16.28m 18.60m 20m
  • Reload time: 31s
  • Standard ammunition loadout: 10+1 HE rounds
  • Displacement: By foot and trucks
  • Standard weight: 5966.2kg

17cm K18 Mörserlafette[]

  • Heavy Field Howitzer
  • Caliber: 170 mm
  • Max Range (With HE): 520 m

21cm Mörser 18[]

  • Heavy Field Howitzer
  • Calibre: 210mm
  • Gun length: 31 calibres
  • Max. range: 485 m
  • Lateral dispersion radius @ ranges:
LDR@150m LDR@200m LDR@250m LDR@300m LDR@350m LDR@400m LDR@450m LDR@Max (485m)
9.28m 12.37m 15.46m 18.56m 21.65m 24.74m 27.84m 30m
  • Reload time: 72.5s
  • Standard ammunition loadout: 5+1 HE rounds
  • Displacement: By foot and trucks
  • Standard weight: 17305.1kg

15cm Nebelwerfer 41[]

  • Rocket artillery
  • Calibre: 150mm
  • Volley size: 6 rockets
  • Max. range: 330 m
  • Lateral dispersion radius @ ranges:
LDR@150m LDR@200m LDR@250m LDR@300m LDR@Max (330m)
9.09m 12.12m 15.15m 18.18m 20m
  • Reload time: 72.5s
  • Standard ammunition loadout: 42+6 HE rounds making 8 volleys total
  • Displacement: By foot, light vehicle (Kettenkrad, Kfz15, etc.) and trucks
  • Standard weight: 1893.5kg

21cm Nebelwerfer 42[]

  • Rocket artillery
  • Calibre: 210mm
  • Volley size: 5 rockets
  • Max. range: 345 m
  • Lateral dispersion radius @ ranges:
LDR@150m LDR@200m LDR@250m LDR@300m LDR@Max (345m)
15.22m 20.29m 25.36m 30.43m 35m
  • Reload time: 124s
  • Standard ammunition loadout: 25+5 HE rounds making 6 volleys total
  • Displacement: By foot, light vehicle (Kettenkrad, Kfz15, etc.) and trucks
  • Standard weight: 3310kg

30cm Nebelwerfer 42[]

  • Rocket artillery
  • Calibre: 300mm
  • Volley size: 6 rockets
  • Max. range: 290 m
  • Lateral dispersion radius @ ranges:
LDR@150m LDR@200m LDR@250m LDR@Max (290m)
20.69m 27.59m 34.48m 40m
  • Reload time: 140s
  • Standard ammunition loadout: 18+6 HE rounds making 4 volleys total
  • Displacement: By foot, light vehicle (Kettenkrad, Kfz15, etc.) and trucks
  • Standard weight: 2846kg

2cm FlaK 30[]

  • Range 170m
  • Penetration: 62mm
  • Crew: 2

3.7cm PaK 36[]

3.7cm FlaK 37[]

Tower 4.7cm PaK 34(t)[]

5cm PaK 38[]

7.5cm PaK 40[]

7.5cm PaK 97/38[]

  • Range (With HE): 180 m; (With HEAT): 170 m

8.8cm FlaK 18[]

8.8cm FlaK 36[]

Supply & Light vehicles[]

Sd.Kfz. 2 (Engineering)[]

VW82 Kübelwagen[]

Sd.Kfz 8 (8.8cm)[]

Sd kfz 8 flak 18

Halftrack Tank Destroyer based on the Sd.Kfz.8 chassis. Only 10 were built in 1938 and were assigned to the Panzerjäger-Abteilung 8 which would participate in the Invasion of Poland, Battle of France and the Eastern Front. The last 3 remaining vehicles of the 1. Companie were lost in March 1943.

  • Main gun: 8.8cm FlaK 18 L/56
  • APCBC-HE range: 210m
  • HE range: 210m
  • Turret armor: 14.5
  • Hull armor: 8 - 14.5
  • Extra armor: 8
  • Crew: 5
  • Speed: 40

Sd.Kfz. 10[]

Sd.Kfz. 10 (5cm PaK)[]

  • Main gun: 5 cm PaK 38 L/60
  • APCBC-HE range: 180m
  • HE range: 160m
  • APCR range: 180m
  • Hull armor: 2.5
  • Turret armor: 15
  • Extra armor: 8-10
  • Speed: 53
  • Crew: 4

Sd.Kfz. 251/1 Ausf. D -[]

Sd.Kfz. 221[]

Sd.Kfz. 231[]

Sd.Kfz. 234/2 5mm[]

Pz.SpW. P204(f)[]

P204

Panzerspähwagen 204(f)

The Panzerspahwagen 204(f) is a French armoured car originally known as the Panhard 178. Captured in large numbers in 1940, these vehicles were used by the Wehrmacht on both the Eastern and Western fronts. The 25mm Hotchkiss gun fires only AP ammunition, making it an effective weapon against lightly armoured vehicles, but less effective against massed infantry.

  • Main gun: 2.5cm KwK 121(f) L/72
  • Coaxial machine gun: MG 31(f)
  • AP range: 160m
  • Turret armor: 5 - 26
  • Hull armor: 5 - 20
  • Crew: 4
  • Speed: 72

Opel Blitz mit 2cm FlaK 30[]

Opel Blitz (Transport)[]

Opel Blitz (Supply)[]

Opel Blitz (Fuel)[]

Opel Blitz (Engineering)[]

Sd.Kfz. 302 "Goliath"[]

Light Tanks[]

Pz.Kpfw I Ausf. B[]

Panzer1C

Panzer 1 Ausf. B

Germany's first official tank, the Panzer I was designed in 1932 and began mass production in 1934, it became the test vehicle for new tank crewmen to train with. While the vehicle underwent trials and combat tests during the Spanish Civil War, it was apparent that the vehicle lacked any high velocity cannon to deal with other armored threats which largely attributed towards the Pz. Kpfw. II. While the Panzer I was incapable of countering armored threats it remained in service with the German army as a frontline tank in the early campaigns in Poland, France and the Balkans it's role switched to a rear guard or anti partisan vehicle later in the war.

  • Machine gun: Dual MG 13
  • MG range: 120m
  • Turret armor: 8 - 14
  • Hull armor: 5 -1 3
  • Speed: 40
  • Crew: 2 (6)

Pz.Kpfw I Ausf F[]

Panzer1F

Panzer 1 Ausf. F

Heavy modification of the Panzer I, designed in 1942 it's purpose was to breakthrough defensive lines and support infantry units, 30 were built between April and December 1942, 8 of which were sent to the Eastern Front and saw combat near Leningrad, a further 5 were sent in January 1943, an additional 8 were assigned to the 1st Panzer Division and another 7 were sent to the 12th Panzer Division, most of which were given rear guard duties such as anti-guerilla warfare and security.

  • Machine gun: Dual MG 34 Panzerlauf
  • MG range: 120m
  • Turret armor: 20 - 80
  • Hull armor: 10 - 80
  • Speed: 25
  • Crew: 2 (6)
PanzerII

Panzer 2 Ausf. C

Pz.Kpfw II Ausf. C[]

In 1934 field trials were conducted with the Panzer I and it was apparent from the start that a stronger cannon was needed to deal with potential enemy armoured threats. With the Panzer III and IV delayed in production the only quick solution was to mount a higher calibre cannon into the Panzer I. The first experimental model was ready in February 1935 and the Panzer II was born; but it would take an additional 18 months for the tank to be delivered to frontline troops. The Ausf. C was produced from 1938 - 1940 and is considered the most widespread of the Panzer IIs, seeing combat during the Invasion of Poland, France, Yugoslavia, Africa and eventually the Soviet Union.

  • Main gun: 2cm kWK 30 L/55
  • Coaxial Machine gun: MG 34 Panzerlauf
  • AP range: 150m
  • AP pen at ranges: 49mm (0-10m), 45mm (25m), 41mm (50m), 37mm (75m), 32mm (100m), 28mm (125m), 23mm (150m)
  • APCR range: 150m
  • APCR pen at ranges: 72mm (0-10m), 65mm (25m), 52mm (50m), 39mm (75m), 25mm (100m), 17mm (125m), 9mm (150m)
  • HE range: 150m
  • Turret armor: 10 - 14.5
  • Hull armor: 5 - 14.5
  • Speed: 40
  • Crew: 3 (7)
Panzer2F

Panzer 2 Ausf. F

Pz.Kpfw II Ausf. F[]

The Panzer II oversaw some changes following the Invasion of Poland; the armor was increased, an altered suspension and a commander's cupola was added. The role had also changed from a frontline combat vehicle to a supportive and reconnaissance vehicle, Panzer II Ausf. Fs would now work alongside Panzer IIIs and Panzer IVs during its debut in the Battle for France. 509 Ausf. Fs would be produced from March 1941 to July 1942. The Ausf. F would also be the last major production model of the Panzer II, with later models seeing limited service or retrofitted into self propelled guns.

  • Main gun: 2cm kWK 30 L/55
  • Coaxial Machine gun: MG 34 Panzerlauf
  • AP range: 150m
  • AP pen at ranges: 49mm (0-10m), 45mm (25m), 41mm (50m), 37mm (75m), 32mm (100m), 28mm (125m), 23mm (150m)
  • APCR range: 150m
  • APCR pen at ranges: 72mm (0-10m), 65mm (25m), 52mm (50m), 39mm (75m), 25mm (100m), 17mm (125m), 9mm (150m)
  • HE range: 150m
  • Turret armor: 10 - 30
  • Hull armor: 5 - 35
  • Extra armor: 15
  • Speed: 40
  • Crew: 3 (7)
Panzer2L

Panzer 2 Ausf. L

Pz.Kpfw II Ausf. L[]

In 1938, Germany signed off for a tank that was requested for reconnaissance missions, the tank needed to be light and fast and luckily they had already accidently made it months prior. The VK9.01 was a failed concept to turn the Panzer II into a supplementary vehicle which could be agile to keep up with the advancing motorized forces and deliver fast high powered cannon fire onto the enemy positions. Ausf. G through Ausf. M would see the Panzer II become a small and nimble machine but ultimately would not go into mass production, the next prototype would see the hull of the Ausf. M with a newly designed turret to produce the Ausf. L. Production of the Ausf. L would begin in September 1942 and by January 1944 only 100 were built; they would see action on the Eastern Front and in the Battle for Normandy.

  • Main gun: 2cm kWK 38 L/55
  • Coaxial Machine gun: MG 34 Panzerlauf
  • AP range: 150m
  • AP pen at ranges: 49mm (0-10m), 45mm (25m), 41mm (50m), 37mm (75m), 32mm (100m), 28mm (125m), 23mm (150m)
  • APCR range: 150m
  • APCR pen at ranges: 72mm (0-10m), 65mm (25m), 52mm (50m), 39mm (75m), 25mm (100m), 17mm (125m), 9mm (150m)
  • HE range: 150m
  • Turret armor: 10 - 30
  • Hull armor: 5.5 - 30
  • Speed: 60
  • Crew: 4 (8)
Panzer 35

Panzer 35(t)

Pz.Kpfw 35(t)[]

When the German army occupied Bohemia-Moravia in March 1939 they had seized 244 of the 434 Czech built Lehký tank vzor 35 (LT-35) they would be quickly pressed into service with the German forces as the Panzer 35(t) with the (t) meaning tschechisch (German for "Czech") It was a welcome addition for the Light Divisions that invaded Poland as Germany had only produced the Panzer I and Panzer II which were intended to be stopgap tanks, with no real anti armor capabilities aside from the Panzer II's 2cm KwK 30 L/55 which luckily could manage the Polish armor. Other countries who operated the 35(t) were Slovakia who had also seized 52 when they declared independence from Czechoslovakia, as well as Romania who ordered 126 in 1936, and Bulgaria who had received 26 in 1940 and a further 10 with an improved A-7 37mm cannon (the same used on the 38(t)) that were destined for Afghanistan, but were confiscated after the occupation.

  • Main gun: 3.7cm KwK 34(t) L/40
  • Coaxial Machine gun: MG 37(t)
  • Hull Machine gun: MG 37(t)
  • APHE range: 160m
  • APHE pen at ranges: 54mm (0-10m), 51mm (25m), 45mm (50m), 40mm (75m), 35mm (100m), 31mm (125m), 26mm (150m), 25mm (160m)
  • HE range: 160m
  • APCR range: 160m
  • APCR pen at ranges: 100mm (0-10m), 92mm (25m), 77mm (50m), 62mm (75m), 47mm (100m), 36mm (125m), 24mm (150m), 20mm (160m
  • Turret armor: 5 - 25
  • Hull armor: 8 - 25
  • Speed: 34
  • Crew: 4
Pz38tA

Panzer 38(t) Ausf. A

Pz.Kpfw 38(t) Ausf. A[]

In 1935, the Czechoslovak tank manufacturer ČKD was looking for a replacement for the LT-35 tank they were jointly producing with Škoda Works and began working on the new model which would go under the export name as TNH, different variations of the TNH would be sold to numerous countries such as Iran, Peru, Sweden, Switzerland, Lithuania and even the British Army however only a few would leave Czechoslovakia as the rest were confiscated by the German army after the occupation. When Germany took over the ČKD and Škoda factories they had a wide variety of vehicles at their disposal but decided to continue the production of the LT-38, which was to be Czechoslovakia's version of the TNH adopting the moniker of Panzer 38(t).

  • Main gun: 3.7cm KwK 38(t) L/47.8
  • Coaxial Machine gun: MG 37(t)
  • Hull Machine gun: MG 37(t)
  • APHE range: 160m
  • APHE pen at ranges: 58mm (0-10m), 55mm (25m), 50mm (50m), 45mm (75m), 40mm (100m), 35mm (125m), 30mm (150m), 28mm (160m)
  • HE range: 160m
  • APCR range: 160m
  • APCR pen at ranges: 100mm (0-10m), 92mm (25m), 77mm (50m), 62mm (75m), 47mm (100m), 36mm (125m), 24mm (150m), 20mm (160m)
  • Turret Armor: 8 - 25
  • Hull armor: 8 - 25
  • Speed: 42
  • Crew: 4

Pz.Kpfw 38(t) Ausf. F[]

Pz38tF

Panzer 38(t) Ausf. F

With the initial success of the Panzer 38(t) ČKD knew they could improve the design, the next variations from Ausf. B to Ausf. D only included minor upgrades, such as an improved commander cupola, better gunnery sights, and the armor construction would change to a half riveted half welded design, which improved the armor allowing the designers to increase the protection with 1.18 inch steel or 30mm total. By November 1940 ČKD had produced the Ausf. E which was the 1st uparmored variant with an extra bolted 1 inch plate applique armor on the frontal glacis. Finally on the Ausf. F variant the turret mantlet was also thickened and larger storage boxes were added on the mudguards. Production of the Ausf. F had been halted by October 1941, together with the Ausf. E the total production for the Panzer 38(t) was now 890. But ČKD would release one more variation - the Ausf. G.

  • Main gun: 3.7cm KwK 38(t) L/47.8
  • Coaxial Machine gun: MG 37(t)
  • Hull Machine gun: MG 37(t)
  • APHE range: 160m
  • APHE pen at ranges: 58mm (0-10m), 55mm (25m), 50mm (50m), 45mm (75m), 40mm (100m), 35mm (125m), 30mm (150m), 28mm (160m)
  • HE range: 160m
  • APCR range: 160m
  • APCR pen at ranges: 100mm (0-10m), 92mm (25m), 77mm (50m), 62mm (75m), 47mm (100m), 36mm (125m), 24mm (150m), 20mm (160m)
  • Turret armor: 8 - 50
  • Hull armor: 8 - 50
  • Speed: 42
  • Crew: 4

Pz.Kpfw 38(t) Ausf. G[]

Pz38tG

Panzer 38(t) Ausf. G

The Panzer 38(t) had seen service in Poland, Norway, France and Russia with an initial degree of success, but much like the Panzer II the tank had outgrown its potential and reserved to a more supportive role with reconnaissance and anti-partisan duties, the additional bolted armor was removed and instead ČKD changed the integral front armor to 50mm. The Ausf. G would be the final production model of the Panzer 38(t) other models would be made after such as the 38(t)n.A which incorporated welded armor instead of riveted. The 37mm was no longer capable of fighting the T-34s and KV-1s of the Soviet Union and instead the Panzer 38(t) would be turned into SPGs such as the Marder III and Jagdpanzer 38(t)

  • Main gun: 3.7 cm KwK 38(t) L/47.8
  • Coaxial machine gun: MG 37 (t)
  • Hull machine gun: MG 37 (t)
  • APHE range: 160m
  • APHE pen at ranges: 58mm (0-10m), 55mm (25m), 50mm (50m), 45mm (75m), 40mm (100m), 35mm (125m), 30mm (150m), 28mm (160m)
  • HE range: 160m
  • APCR range: 160m
  • APCR pen at ranges: 100mm (0-10m), 92mm (25m), 77mm (50m), 62mm (75m), 47mm (100m), 36mm (125m), 24mm (150m), 20mm (160m)
  • Turret armor: 8 - 50
  • Hull armor: 8 - 50
  • Speed: 42
  • Crew: 4(8)

Medium Tanks[]

Pz.Kpfw III Ausf. E[]

  • Main gun: 3.7cm KwK 36 L/45
  • Coaxial machine gun: MG 34 Panzerlauf
  • Hull machine gun: MG 34 Panzerlauf
  • APHE range: 160m
  • APHE pen at ranges: 52mm (0-10m), 49mm (25m), 46mm (50m), 43mm (75m), 39mm (100m), 35mm (125m), 30mm (150m), 29mm (160m)
  • HE range: 160m
  • APCR range: 160m
  • APCR pen at ranges: 100mm (0-10m), 92mm (25m), 77mm (50m), 62mm (75m), 47mm (100m), 36mm (125m), 24mm (150m), 20mm (160m)
  • Turret armor: 10 - 30
  • Hull armor: 10 - 30
  • Speed: 40
  • Crew: 5 (9)

Pz.Kpfw III Ausf. F[]

  • Main gun: 5cm KwK 38 L/42
  • Coaxial machine gun: MG 34 Panzerlauf
  • Hull machine gun: MG 34 Panzerlauf
  • APC-HE range: 170m
  • APC-HE pen at ranges: 78mm (0-10m), 75mm (25m), 69mm (50m), 64mm (75m), 58mm (100m), 52mm (125m), 46mm (150m), 41mm (170m)
  • HE range: 160m
  • APCR range: 170m
  • APCR pen at ranges: 139mm (0-10m), 132mm (25m), 119mm (50m), 106mm (75m), 93mm (100m), 79mm (125m), 65mm (150m), 56mm (170m)
  • Turret armor: 10 - 30
  • Hull armor: 10 - 30
  • Speed: 40
  • Crew: 5 (9)

Pz.Kpfw III Ausf. H[]

  • Main gun: 5cm KwK 38 L/42
  • Coaxial machine gun: MG 34 Panzerlauf
  • Hull machine gun: MG 34 Panzerlauf
  • APC-HE range: 170m
  • APC-HE pen at ranges: 78mm (0-10m), 75mm (25m), 69mm (50m), 64mm (75m), 58mm (100m), 52mm (125m), 46mm (150m), 41mm (170m)
  • HE range: 160m
  • APCR range: 170m
  • APCR pen at ranges: 139mm (0-10m), 132mm (25m), 119mm (50m), 106mm (75m), 93mm (100m), 79mm (125m), 65mm (150m), 56mm (170m)
  • Turret armor: 10 - 35
  • Hull armor: 10 - 60
  • Extra armor: 30
  • Speed: 40
  • Crew: 5 (9)

Pz.Kpfw III Ausf. J[]

  • Main gun: 5cm KwK 38 L/42
  • Coaxial machine gun: MG 34 Panzerlauf
  • Hull machine gun: MG 34 Panzerlauf
  • APC-HE range: 170m
  • APC-HE pen at ranges: 78mm (0-10m), 75mm (25m), 69mm (50m), 64mm (75m), 58mm (100m), 52mm (125m), 46mm (150m), 41mm (170m)
  • HE range: 160m
  • APCR: 170m
  • APCR pen at ranges: 139mm (0-10m), 132mm (25m), 119mm (50m), 106mm (75m), 93mm (100m), 79mm (125m), 65mm (150m), 56mm (170m)
  • Turret armor: 10 - 50
  • Hull armor: 10 - 50
  • Speed: 40
  • Crew: 5 (9)

Pz.Kpfw III Ausf. J (L/60)[]

  • Main gun: 5cm KwK 39 L/60
  • Coaxial machine gun: MG 34 Panzerlauf
  • Hull machine gun: MG 34 Panzerlauf
  • APC-HE range: 180m
  • APC-HE pen at ranges: 102mm (0-10m), 98mm (25m), 91mm (50m), 85mm (75m), 78mm (100m), 71mm (125m), 63mm (150m), 56mm (175m), 55mm (180m)
  • HE range: 160m
  • APCR: 180m
  • APCR pen at ranges: 160mm (0-10m), 152mm (25m), 137mm (50m), 122mm (75m), 107mm (100m), 91mm (125m), 75mm (150m), 62mm (175m), 60mm (180m)
  • Turret armor: 10 - 50
  • Hull armor: 10 - 50
  • Speed: 40
  • Crew: 5 (9)

Pz.Kpfw III Ausf. L[]

  • Main gun: 5cm KwK 39 L/60
  • Coaxial machine gun: MG 34 Panzerlauf
  • Hull machine gun: MG 34 Panzerlauf
  • APC-HE range: 180m
  • APC-HE pen at ranges: 102mm (0-10m), 98mm (25m), 91mm (50m), 85mm (75m), 78mm (100m), 71mm (125m), 63mm (150m), 56mm (175m), 55mm (180m)
  • HE range: 160m
  • APCR: 180m
  • APCR pen at ranges: 160mm (0-10m), 152mm (25m), 137mm (50m), 122mm (75m), 107mm (100m), 91mm (125m), 75mm (150m), 62mm (175m), 60mm (180m)
  • Turret armor: 10 - 50
  • Hull armor: 10 - 50
  • Extra armor: 20
  • Speed: 40
  • Crew: 5 (9)

Pz.Kpfw III Flammenwerfer[]

  • Main gun: 14mm Flammenwerfer
  • Coaxial machine gun: MG 34 Panzerlauf
  • Hull machine gun: MG 34 Panzerlauf
  • Flamethrower range: 60m
  • Turret armor: 10 - 50
  • Hull armor: 10 - 80
  • Extra armor: 20
  • Speed: 40
  • Crew: 3 (7)

Pz.Kpfw III Ausf. M[]

Pz III M

After the successful iterations of the previous Panzer III models, the German Armies final upgrades to the Panzer III was the Ausf. M and N variants. Just like the Ausf. L, the additional front plates were added as well as new Schürzen side armored plates, intended to counter the Soviet PTRD. Against popular belief the Schürzen didnt protect against HEAT projectiles. But unfortunately could be easily fall off with a high enough concussive blast. The Ausf. M and N were often teamed up with the new heavy Tiger Tank for support, but would eventually be replaced by the Panzer IV in late 1943, leaving the Panzer III in a reconnaissance or rear guard escort tank.

  • Main gun: 5cm KwK 39 L/60
  • Coaxial machine gun: MG 34 Panzerlauf
  • Hull machine gun: MG 34 Panzerlauf
  • APC-HE range: 180m
  • APC-HE pen at ranges: 102mm (0-10m), 98mm (25m), 91mm (50m), 85mm (75m), 78mm (100m), 71mm (125m), 63mm (150m), 56mm (175m), 55mm (180m)
  • HE range: 160m
  • APCR: 180m
  • APCR pen at ranges: 160mm (0-10m), 152mm (25m), 137mm (50m), 122mm (75m), 107mm (100m), 91mm (125m), 75mm (150m), 62mm (175m), 60mm (180m)
  • Turret armor: 10 - 50
  • Hull armor: 10 - 50
  • Extra armor: 20
  • Speed: 40
  • Crew: 5 (9)

Pz.Kpfw III Ausf. N[]

  • Main gun: 7.5cm KwK 37 L/24
  • Coaxial machine gun: MG 34 Panzerlauf
  • Hull machine gun: MG 34 Panzerlauf
  • HEAT range: 170m
  • HEAT pen at ranges: 116mm (0-14.5m), 115mm (14.6m+)
  • HEAT 2 range: 170m
  • HEAT 2 pen at ranges: 88mm (0-14.5m), 87mm (14.6m+)
  • HE range: 170m
  • SM range: 170m
  • Turret armor: 10 - 50
  • Hull armor: 10 - 50
  • Extra armor: 20
  • Speed: 40
  • Crew: 5 (9)

Pz.Kpfw IV Ausf. D[]

  • Main gun: 7.5cm KwK 37 L/24
  • Coaxial machine gun: MG 34 Panzerlauf
  • Hull machine gun: MG 34 Panzerlauf
  • APCBC-HE range: 170m
  • APCBC-HE pen at ranges: 51mm (0-10m), 50mm (25m), 49mm (50m), 48mm (75m), 46mm (100m), 45mm (125m), 44mm (150m), 43mm (170m)
  • HE range: 170m
  • HEAT range: 170m
  • HEAT pen at ranges: 53mm (0-14.5m), 52mm (14.6m+)
  • SM range: 170m
  • Turret armor: 10 - 30
  • Hull armor: 10 - 30
  • Speed: 42
  • Crew: 5 (9)

Pz.Kpfw IV Ausf. F1[]

  • Main gun: 7.5cm KwK 37 L/24
  • Coaxial machine gun: MG 34 Panzerlauf
  • Hull machine gun: MG 34 Panzerlauf
  • APCBC-HE range: 170m
  • APCBC-HE pen at ranges: 51mm (0-10m), 50mm (25m), 49mm (50m), 48mm (75m), 46mm (100m), 45mm (125m), 44mm (150m), 43mm (170m)
  • HE range: 170m
  • HEAT range: 170m
  • HEAT pen at ranges: 82mm (0-14.5m), 81mm (14.6m+)
  • SM range: 170m
  • Turret armor: 10 - 50
  • Hull armor: 10 - 50
  • Speed: 42
  • Crew: 5 (9)

Pz.Kpfw IV Ausf. F2[]

Shortly before Operation Barbarossa, it was decided to improve the armament of the Pz. Kpfw. IV Ausf. F1, then simply designated, F. At first, the proposed armament of an integrated 5 cm Pak 38 L/60. It quickly turned out that this armament would be woefully inatiquette when dealing with the Soviet KV-1 and T-34 tanks. As a result, the still-in-development 7.5 cm Pak 40 L/46 would need to be integrated. This effort would lead to the 7.5 cm KwK 40 L/43, which had its recoil and barrel shortened from the original Pak 40. The additional weight from the 7.5 KwK 40 in comparison to the originally intended 5 cm Pak 38, caused the tank to sway even when steering wasn't applied. Many of the Panzer IV Ausf. F1s would be retrofitted with the longer KwK 40 L/43 and the new turret mounted Nebelwurfgerät. 3 months later the Panzer IV Ausf. F2 would be renamed to the Ausf. G

  • Main gun: 7.5 cm Kwk 40 L/43
  • Coaxial machine gun: MG 34 Panzerlauf
  • Hull machine gun: MG 34 Panzerlauf
  • APCBC-HE range: 200m
  • APCBC-HE pen at ranges: 137mm (0-10m), 133mm (25m), 129mm (50m), 125mm (75m), 120mm (100m), 114mm (125m), 108mm (150m), 102mm (175m), 96mm (200m)
  • HE range: 180m
  • APCR range: 200m
  • APCR pen at ranges: 179mm (0-10m), 174mm (25m), 166m (50m), 158mm (75m), 150mm (100m), 140mm (125m), 129mm (150m), 119mm (175m), 109mm (200m)
  • HEAT range: 170m
  • HEAT pen at ranges: 88mm (0-14.5m), 87mm (14.6m+)
  • Turret armor: 10 - 50
  • Hull armor: 10 - 50
  • Speed: 42
  • Crew: 5 (9)

Pz.Kpfw IV Ausf. G[]

  • Main gun: 7.5 cm Kwk 40 L/43
  • Coaxial machine gun: MG 34 Panzerlauf
  • Hull machine gun: MG 34 Panzerlauf
  • APCBC-HE range: 200m
  • APCBC-HE pen at ranges: 137mm (0-10m), 133mm (25m), 129mm (50m), 125mm (75m), 120mm (100m), 114mm (125m), 108mm (150m), 102mm (175m), 96mm (200m)
  • HE range: 180m
  • APCR range: 200m
  • APCR pen at ranges: 179mm (0-10m), 174mm (25m), 166m (50m), 158mm (75m), 150mm (100m), 140mm (125m), 129mm (150m), 119mm (175m), 109mm (200m)
  • HEAT range: 170m
  • HEAT pen at ranges: 116mm (0-14.5m), 115mm (14.6m+)
  • Turret armor: 10 - 50
  • Hull armor: 16 - 80
  • Speed: 42
  • Crew: 5 (9)

Pz.Kpfw IV Ausf. H[]

PzIVausfH

An up-armored variant of the Pz.Kpfw. IV Ausf. G, Production started in June 1943 and was in service until the end of the war, some would even serve with the post war Czechoslovakian army and Syria in the 1960s. The tank received a new transmission and Schürzen, all vertical slopes were also painted with Zimmerit paste to protect against magnetic mines. The front plate was now replaced with a 8cm one piece armored plate. Production continued until February 1944 until Germany had to cut back on materials and instead shifted production to the newer Ausf. J

  • Main gun: 7.5cm KwK 40 L/48
  • Coaxial machine gun: MG 34 Panzerlauf
  • Hull machine gun: MG 34 Panzerlauf
  • Anti-air machine gun: MG 34 (Drum)
  • APCBC-HE range: 200m
  • APCBC-HE pen at ranges: 139mm (0-10m), 135mm (25m), 131mm (50m), 127mm (75m), 122mm (100m), 116mm (125m), 110mm (150m), 104mm (175m), 98mm (200m)
  • HE range: 180m
  • APCR range: 200m
  • APCR pen at ranges: 182mm (0-10m), 177mm (25m), 169mm (50m), 161mm (75m), 153mm (100m), 143mm (125m), 132mm (150m), 121mm (175m), 111mm (200m)
  • HEAT range: 170m
  • HEAT pen at ranges: 116mm (0-14.5m), 115mm (14.6m+)
  • Turret armor: 16 - 50
  • Hull armor: 10 - 80
  • Speed: 38
  • Crew: 5 (9)

Pz.Kpfw IV Ausf. J[]

The last variation of the Pz.Kpfw. IV, essentially a retrograde from the Ausf. H to simplify production in the closing months of the war. The most noticeable change was the omission of the powered turret traverse, instead relying on a 2 gear hand crank system to rotate the turret.

  • Main gun: 7.5cm KwK 40 L/48
  • Coaxial machine gun: MG 34 Panzerlauf
  • Hull machine gun: MG 34 Panzerlauf
  • Anti-air machine gun: MG 34 (Drum)
  • APCBC-HE range: 200m
  • APCBC-HE pen at ranges: 139mm (0-10m), 135mm (25m), 131mm (50m), 127mm (75m), 122mm (100m), 116mm (125m), 110mm (150m), 104mm (175m), 98mm (200m)
  • HE range: 180m
  • APCR range: 200m
  • APCR pen at ranges: 182mm (0-10m), 177mm (25m), 169mm (50m), 161mm (75m), 153mm (100m), 143mm (125m), 132mm (150m), 121mm (175m), 111mm (200m)
  • HEAT range: 170m
  • HEAT pen at ranges: 116mm (0-14.5m), 115mm (14.6m+)
  • Turret armor: 16 - 50
  • Hull armor: 10 - 80
  • Speed: 38
  • Crew: 5 (9)

Pz.Kpfw V Panther Ausf. A[]

  • Main gun: 7.5cm KwK 42 L/70
  • Coaxial machine gun: MG 34 Panzerlauf
  • Hull machine gun: MG 34 Panzerlauf
  • Anti-air machine gun: MG 34 (Drum)
  • APCBC-HE range: 210m
  • APCBC-HE pen at ranges: 190mm (0-10m), 186mm (25m), 180mm (50m), 174mm (75m), 167mm (100m), 159mm (125m), 150mm (150m), 142mm (175m), 133mm (200m), 128mm (210m)
  • HE range: 200m
  • APCR range: 210m
  • APCR pen at ranges: 273mm (0-10m), 267mm (25m), 256mm (50m), 245mm (75m), 233mm (100m), 218mm (125m), 202mm (150m), 187mm (175m), 172mm (200m), 164mm (210m)
  • Turret armor: 16 - 110
  • Hull armor: 16 - 80
  • Speed: 46
  • Crew: 5 (9)

Pz.Kpfw V Panther Ausf. A (Armored Variant)[]

  • Main gun: 7.5cm KwK 42 L/70
  • Coaxial machine gun: MG 34 Panzerlauf
  • Hull machine gun: MG 34 Panzerlauf
  • Anti-air machine gun: MG 34 (Drum)
  • APCBC-HE range: 210m
  • APCBC-HE pen at ranges: 190mm (0-10m), 186mm (25m), 180mm (50m), 174mm (75m), 167mm (100m), 159mm (125m), 150mm (150m), 142mm (175m), 133mm (200m), 128mm (210m)
  • HE range: 200m
  • APCR range: 210m
  • APCR pen at ranges: 273mm (0-10m), 267mm (25m), 256mm (50m), 245mm (75m), 233mm (100m), 218mm (125m), 202mm (150m), 187mm (175m), 172mm (200m), 164mm (210m)
  • Turret armor: 16 - 110 (Has add-on track armor on the sides of the turret)
  • Hull armor: 16 - 80 (Has add-on track armor on the back sides of the hull)
  • Speed: 46
  • Crew: 5 (9)

Pz.Kpfw V Panther Ausf. D[]

  • Main gun: 7.5cm KwK 42 L/70
  • Coaxial machine gun: MG 34 Panzerlauf
  • Hull machine gun: MG 34 Panzerlauf
  • APCBC-HE range: 210m
  • APCBC-HE pen at ranges: 190mm (0-10m), 186mm (25m), 180mm (50m), 174mm (75m), 167mm (100m), 159mm (125m), 150mm (150m), 142mm (175m), 133mm (200m), 128mm (210m)
  • HE range: 200m
  • APCR range: 210m
  • APCR pen at ranges: 273mm (0-10m), 267mm (25m), 256mm (50m), 245mm (75m), 233mm (100m), 218mm (125m), 202mm (150m), 187mm (175m), 172mm (200m), 164mm (210m)
  • Turret armor: 17 - 80
  • Hull armor: 16 - 100
  • Speed: 55
  • Crew: 5 (9)

Pz.Kpfw V Panther Ausf. G[]

  • Main gun: 7.5cm KwK 42 L/70
  • Coaxial machine gun: MG 34 Panzerlauf
  • Hull machine gun: MG 34 Panzerlauf
  • Anti-air machine gun: MG 34 (Drum)
  • APCBC-HE range: 210m
  • APCBC-HE pen at ranges: 190mm (0-10m), 186mm (25m), 180mm (50m), 174mm (75m), 167mm (100m), 159mm (125m), 150mm (150m), 142mm (175m), 133mm (200m), 128mm (210m)
  • HE range: 200m
  • Turret armor: 16 - 82
  • Hull armor: 30 - 110
  • Speed: 46
  • Crew: 5 (9)

Heavy Tanks[]

Pz.Kpfw VI H Ausf. H1[]

  • Main gun: 8.8cm KwK 36 L/56
  • Coaxial machine gun: MG 34 Panzerlauf
  • Hull machine gun: MG 34 Panzerlauf
  • APCBC-HE range: 2010m
  • APCBC-HE pen at ranges: 165mm (0-10m), 162mm (25m), 158mm (50m), 154mm (75m), 150mm (100m), 145mm (125m), 139mm (150m), 133mm (175m), 127mm (200m), 123mm (210m)
  • HE range: 210m
  • APCR range: 210m
  • APCR pen at ranges: 224mm (0-10m), 220mm (25m), 213mm (50m), 206mm (75m), 199mm (100m), 190mm (125m), 180mm (150m), 171mm (175m), 161mm (200m), 156mm (210m)
  • HEAT range: 210m
  • HEAT pen at ranges: 111mm (0-14.5m), 110mm (14.6m+)
  • Turret armor: 26 - 130
  • Hull armor:25 - 130
  • Speed: 38
  • Crew: 5 (9)

Pz.Kpfw Tiger Ausf. E[]

Pz VI Tiger

After the successful launch of the Tiger 1 Ausf. H, the German army sought to fix many of the issues that were apparent from the Ausf. H, the addition of mudguards were incorporated; Smoke dischargers were installed, but the noticeable change was the Zimmerit paste applied all over the vehicle. The Ausf. E was the final version of the Tiger series until the Tiger II started production in late December 1943

  • Main gun: 8.8 cm KwK 36 L/56
  • Coaxial machine gun: MG 34 Panzerlauf
  • Hull machine gun: MG 34 Panzerlauf
  • Anti-air machine gun: MG 34 (Drum)
  • APCBC-HE range: 210m
  • APCBC-HE pen at ranges: 165mm (0-10m), 162mm (25m), 158mm (50m), 154mm (75m), 150mm (100m), 145mm (125m), 139mm (150m), 133mm (175m), 127mm (200m), 123mm (210m)
  • HE range: 210m
  • APCR range: 210m
  • APCR pen at ranges: 224mm (0-10m), 220mm (25m), 213mm (50m), 206mm (75m), 199mm (100m), 190mm (125m), 180mm (150m), 171mm (175m), 161mm (200m), 156mm (210m)
  • HEAT range: 210m
  • HEAT pen at ranges: 111mm (0-14.5m), 110mm (14.6m+)
  • Turret armor: 40 - 130 m
  • Hull armor: 25 - 130
  • Speed: 38
  • Crew: 5 (9)

Pz.Kpfw Tiger Ausf. E 'Ace'[]

  • Main gun: 8.8 cm KwK 36 L/56
  • Coaxial machine gun: MG 34 Panzerlauf
  • Hull machine gun: MG 34 Panzerlauf
  • Anti-air machine gun: MG 34 (Drum)
  • APCBC-HE range: 210m
  • APCBC-HE pen at ranges: 165mm (0-10m), 162mm (25m), 158mm (50m), 154mm (75m), 150mm (100m), 145mm (125m), 139mm (150m), 133mm (175m), 127mm (200m), 123mm (210m)
  • HE range: 210m
  • APCR range: 210m
  • APCR pen at ranges: 224mm (0-10m), 220mm (25m), 213mm (50m), 206mm (75m), 199mm (100m), 190mm (125m), 180mm (150m), 171mm (175m), 161mm (200m), 156mm (210m)
  • HEAT range: 210m
  • HEAT pen at ranges: 111mm (0-14.5m), 110mm (14.6m+)
  • Turret armor: 40 - 130 m
  • Hull armor: 25 - 130
  • Speed: 38
  • Crew: 5 (9) - (Ace crew, start with very high skills)

Pz.Kpfw Tiger II Ausf. B (Early)[]

Tiger II P

This Tiger II was commonly mistaken as the first to be created, while yes It was manufactured at the time before version H this Tiger was much rarer and was not seen commonly. Main difference between H variant is it's turret that was designed by Krupp erroneously called Porsche turret . It had also slightly weaker armor but It still posed a big challenge for allied AT guns. It's turret was also it's biggest weak spot, it didn't have much of armor there and would be easily penetrated even frontally, and if enemy shot did ricochet very unfortunately it could even penetrate it's hull from above. However this tiger design was quickly abandoned due to it's manufacturing difficulty and was quickly replaced by upgraded H variant.

  • Main gun: 8.8 Kwk 43 L/71
  • Coaxial machine gun: MG 34 Panzerlauf
  • Hull machine gun: MG 34 Panzerlauf
  • Anti-air machine gun: MG 34 (Drum)
  • APCBC-HE range: 220m
  • APCBC-HE pen at ranges: 236mm (0-10m), 233mm (25m), 228mm (50m), 223mm (75m), 218mm (100m), 212mm (125m), 205mm (150m), 198mm (175m), 191mm (200m), 184mm (220m)
  • HE range: 210m
  • Turret armor: 25 - 100
  • Hull armor: 25 - 150
  • Speed: 35
  • Crew: 5 (9)

Pz.Kpfw Tiger II Ausf. B[]

Tiger II

As the war was progressing new Tiger II was designed with it's 2 turrets variants. The more commonly used variant H due to it's lower manufacturing cost was most common variant with it's thick sloped hull armor that was borrowed from Panthers designs and upgraded 8.8cm cannon. At the time it was one of heaviest tanks and couldn't be penetrated frontally by common allied equipment. However it's heavy weight and mass caused common in German tanks poor transmission and overloaded suspension which meant those beats of tanks would easily break down. Produced from 1944 till the end of war they couldn't change the outcome and were too late and too little to stop allied offensive.

  • Main gun: 8.8 Kwk 43 L/71
  • Coaxial machine gun: MG 34 Panzerlauf
  • Hull machine gun: MG 34 Panzerlauf
  • Anti-air machine gun: MG 34 (Drum)
  • APCBC-HE range: 220m
  • APCBC-HE pen at ranges: 236mm (0-10m), 233mm (25m), 228mm (50m), 223mm (75m), 218mm (100m), 212mm (125m), 205mm (150m), 198mm (175m), 191mm (200m), 184mm (220m)
  • HE range: 210m
  • Turret armor: 25 - 185
  • Hull armor: 25 - 150
  • Speed: 35
  • Crew: 5 (9)

Tank Destroyers & Self Propelled Guns[]

Panzerjäger I[]

Panzerjager 1

During the Spanish Civil War, the German Condor Legion had come up against Soviet built T-26s, with only a few Panzer Is and IIs to counter them the Germans quickly realised after the war that their anti armor capabilities needed to be improved. Relying on the 37mm PaK 36 the Germans knew they could do better, the PaK 36 was towed by horse or truck and could take a lot of time to move into position. The procurement stopgap vehicle was the 4.7 cm PaK(t) (Sf) auf Panzerkampfwagen I ohne Turm or simply Panzerjager I. 202 Panzer Is had their turret removed and a Czech 47mm KPÚV vz. 38 was installed behind a 5 sided gun shield for protection, later versions would have the 5 sides lengthened to 7 sides and the Panzerjager I would see combat in France, North Africa and eventually the Soviet Union.

  • Main gun: 4.7cm PaK 36(t) L/43.4
  • APC-HE range: 170m
  • APC-HE pen at ranges: 92mm (0-10m), 88mm (25m), 81mm (50m), 75mm (75m), 68mm (100m), 61mm (125m), 53mm (150m), 48mm (170m)
  • HE range: 160m
  • Hull armor: 5 - 13
  • Speed: 40
  • Crew: 3

StuG III Ausf. B[]

  • Main gun: 7.5cm KwK 37 L/24
  • APCBC-HE range: 170m
  • APCBC-HE pen at ranges: 51mm (0-10m), 50mm (25m), 49mm (50m), 48mm (75m), 46mm (100m), 45mm (125m), 44mm (150m), 43mm (170m)
  • HE range: 170m
  • HEAT range: 170m
  • HEAT pen at ranges: 53mm (0-14.5m), 52mm (14.6m+)
  • SM range: 170m
  • Hull armor: 10 - 50
  • Extra armor: 50
  • Crew: 4 (8)
  • Speed: 40

StuG III Ausf. F[]

  • Main gun: 7.5cm StuK 40 L/43
  • APCBC-HE range: 200m
  • APCBC-HE pen at ranges: 137mm (0-10m), 133mm (25m), 129mm (50m), 125mm (75m), 120mm (100m), 114mm (125m), 108mm (150m), 102mm (175m), 96mm (200m)
  • HE range: 180m
  • APCR range: 200m
  • APCR pen at ranges: 179mm (0-10m), 174mm (25m), 166mm (50m), 158mm (75m), 150mm (100m), 140mm (125m), 129mm (150m), 119mm (175m), 109mm (200m)
  • HEAT range: 170m
  • HEAT pen at ranges: 88mm (0-14.5m), 87mm (14.6m+)
  • Hull armor: 10 - 50
  • Extra armor: 50
  • Crew: 4 (8)
  • Speed: 40

StuG III Ausf. G (Early)[]

  • Main gun: 7.5cm StuK 40 L/48
  • Anti-air machine gun: MG 34 (Drum)
  • APCBC-HE range: 200m
  • APCBC-HE pen at ranges: 139mm (0-10m), 136mm (25m), 131mm (50m), 127mm (75m), 122mm (100m), 116mm (125m), 110mm (150m), 104mm (175m), 98mm (200m)
  • HE range: 180m
  • APCR range: 200m
  • APCR pen at ranges: 182mm (0-10m), 177mm (25m), 169mm (50m), 161mm (75m), 153mm (100m), 143mm (125m), 132mm (150m), 121mm (175m), 111mm (200m)
  • HEAT range: 170m
  • HEAT pen at ranges: 116mm (0-14.5m), 115mm (14.6m+)
  • Hull armor: 10 - 80
  • Extra armor: 50
  • Crew: 4 (8)
  • Speed: 40

StuG III Ausf. G (Late)[]

  • Main gun: 7.5cm StuK 40 L/48
  • Coaxial machine gun: MG 34 Panzerlauf
  • Anti-air machine gun: MG 34 (Drum)
  • APCBC-HE range: 200m
  • APCBC-HE pen at ranges: 139mm (0-10m), 136mm (25m), 131mm (50m), 127mm (75m), 122mm (100m), 116mm (125m), 110mm (150m), 104mm (175m), 98mm (200m)
  • HE range: 180m
  • APCR range: 200m
  • APCR pen at ranges: 182mm (0-10m), 177mm (25m), 169mm (50m), 161mm (75m), 153mm (100m), 143mm (125m), 132mm (150m), 121mm (175m), 111mm (200m)
  • HEAT range: 170m
  • HEAT pen at ranges: 116mm (0-14.5m), 115mm (14.6m+)
  • Hull armor: 10 - 80
  • Extra armor: 50
  • Crew: 4 (8)
  • Speed: 40

StuH 42 Ausf. G[]

  • Main gun: 10.5cm StuH 42 L/28
  • Anti-air machine gun: MG 34 (Drum)
  • HE range: 180m
  • HEAT range: 180m
  • HEAT pen at ranges: 116mm (0-14.5m), 115mm (14.6m+)
  • Hull armor: 10 - 80
  • Extra armor: 50
  • Crew: 4 (8)
  • Speed: 40

Marder II[]

  • Main gun: 7.5 cm PaK 40 L/46
  • Anti-air machine gun: MG 34 (Drum)
  • APCBC-HE range: 200m
  • APCBC-HE pen at ranges: 150mm (0-10m), 147mm (25m), 142mm (50m), 137mm (75m), 132mm (100m), 126mm (125m), 119mm (150m), 112mm (175m), 106mm (200m)
  • HE range: 180m
  • APCR range: 200m
  • APCR pen at ranges: 201mm (0-10m), 196mm (25m), 187mm (50m), 178mm (75m), 169mm (100m), 158mm (125m), 146mm (150m), 134mm (175m), 123mm (200m)
  • HEAT range: 170m
  • HEAT pen at ranges: 88mm (0-14.5m), 87mm (14.6m+)
  • Hull armor: 5 - 35
  • Extra armor: 10
  • Crew: 4 (8)
  • Speed: 40

Marder III Ausf. M[]

  • Main gun: 7.5 cm PaK 40 L/46
  • APCBC-HE range: 200m
  • APCBC-HE pen at ranges: 150mm (0-10m), 147mm (25m), 142mm (50m), 137mm (75m), 132mm (100m), 126mm (125m), 119mm (150m), 112mm (175m), 106mm (200m)
  • HE range: 180m
  • APCR range: 200m
  • APCR pen at ranges: 201mm (0-10m), 196mm (25m), 187mm (50m), 178mm (75m), 169mm (100m), 158mm (125m), 146mm (150m), 134mm (175m), 123mm (200m)
  • HEAT range: 170m
  • HEAT pen at ranges: 116mm (0-14.5m), 115mm (14.6m+)
  • Turret armor: 6 - 10
  • Hull armor: 6 - 15
  • Crew: 4
  • Speed: 47

StuIG 33[]

Stuig33

Self Propelled Assault Gun based off the StuG III Chassis were converted in September 1942 with the first batch arriving in October 1942 to the 177. & 244. Sturmgeschütz-Abteilungen fighting in Stalingrad, further deliveries were cancelled as at the time the 6th Army was surrounded in the city. The StuIGs were scattered in StuG Battalions with some seeing combat in September 1944.

  • Main gun: 15cm Stu IG L/11
  • Hull machine gun: MG 34 Panzerlauf
  • HE range: 210m (170m in multiplayer)
  • Hull armor: 20 - 80
  • Crew: 5
  • Speed: 20

Sturmpanzer I[]

  • Main gun: 15cm sIG 33 L/11
  • HE range: 210m
  • Turret armor: 8
  • Hull armor: 5 - 13
  • Crew: 4
  • Speed: 40

Sturmpanzer IV[]

  • Main gun: 15cm StuH 43 L/12
  • Anti-aircraft machine gun: MG 34 (Drum)
  • HE range: 170m
  • Hull armor: 10 - 100
  • Crew: 5 (9)
  • Speed: 35

Jagdpanzer 38[]

  • Main gun: 7.5cm PaK 39 L/48
  • Anti-aircraft machine gun: MG 34 (Drum)
  • APCBC-HE range: 200m
  • APCBC-HE pen at ranges: 139mm (0-10m), 135mm (25m), 131mm (50m), 127mm (75m), 122mm (100m), 116mm (125m), 110mm (150m), 104mm (175m), 98mm (200m)
  • HE range: 180m
  • APCR range: 200m
  • APCR pen at ranges: 182mm (0-10m), 177mm (25m), 169mm (50m), 161mm (75m), 153mm (100m), 145mm (125m), 132mm (150m), 121mm (175m), 111mm (200m)
  • Hull armor: 8 - 60
  • Crew: 4
  • Speed: 40

Grille Ausf. K (15cm)[]

  • Main gun: 15cm sIG 33/2 L/11
  • HE range: 280m
  • Hull armor: 6 - 15
  • Crew: 4
  • Speed: 47

Wespe[]

  • Main gun: 10.5cm FH 18 L/28
  • HE range: 355m
  • Hull armor: 6 - 30
  • Crew: 5
  • Speed: 40

Hummel[]

  • Main gun: 15cm sFH 18 L/30
  • HE range: 385m
  • Hull armor: 10 - 30
  • Crew: 6
  • Speed: 42

Nashorn[]

  • Main gun: 8.8cm PaK 43/1 L/71
  • APCBC-HE range: 220m
  • APCBC-HE pen at ranges: 236mm (0-10m), 233mm (25m), 228mm (50m), 223mm (75m), 218mm (100m), 212mm (125m), 205mm (150m), 198mm (175m), 191mm (200m), 184mm (220m)
  • HE range: 210m
  • Hull armor: 10 - 30
  • Crew: 5
  • Speed: 40

Jagdpanzer IV (Early)[]

  • Main gun: 7.5cm PaK 39 L/48
  • Hull machine gun: MG 42 Panzerlauf
  • APCBC-HE range: 200m
  • APCBC-HE pen at ranges: 139mm (0-10m), 135mm (25m), 131mm (50m), 127mm (75m), 122mm (100m), 116mm (125m), 110mm (150m), 104mm (175m), 98mm (200m)
  • HE range: 180m
  • APCR range: 200m
  • APCR pen at ranges: 182mm (0-10m), 177mm (25m), 169mm (50m), 161mm (75m), 153mm (100m), 143mm (125m), 132mm (150m), 121mm (175m), 111mm (200m)
  • HEAT range: 170m
  • HEAT pen at ranges: 116mm (0-14.5m), 115mm (14.6m+)
  • Hull armor: 20 - 80
  • Extra armor: 75
  • Crew: 4 (8)
  • Speed: 40

Jagdpanzer IV[]

  • Main gun: 7.5cm PaK 39 L/48
  • Hull machine gun: MG 42 Panzerlauf
  • APCBC-HE range: 200m
  • APCBC-HE pen at ranges: 139mm (0-10m), 135mm (25m), 131mm (50m), 127mm (75m), 122mm (100m), 116mm (125m), 110mm (150m), 104mm (175m), 98mm (200m)
  • HE range: 180m
  • APCR range: 200m
  • APCR pen at ranges: 182mm (0-10m), 177mm (25m), 169mm (50m), 161mm (75m), 153mm (100m), 143mm (125m), 132mm (150m), 121mm (175m), 111mm (200m)
  • HEAT range: 170m
  • HEAT pen at ranges: 116mm (0-14.5m), 115mm (14.6m+)
  • Hull armor: 20 - 100
  • Extra armor: 5 - 75
  • Crew: 4 (8)
  • Speed: 40

Panzer IV/70 (V)[]

  • Main gun: 7.5cm PaK 42 L/70
  • Hull machine gun: MG 42 Panzerlauf
  • APCBC-HE range: 210m
  • APCBC-HE pen at ranges: 190mm (0-10m), 186mm (25m), 180mm (50m), 174mm (75m), 167mm (100m), 159mm (125m), 150mm (150m), 142mm (175m), 133mm (200m), 128mm (210m)
  • HE range: 200m
  • APCR range: 210m
  • APCR pen at ranges: 273mm (0-10m), 267mm (25m), 256mm (50m), 245mm (75m), 233mm (100m), 218mm (125m), 202mm (150m), 187mm (175m), 172mm (200m), 165mm (210m)
  • Hull armor: 20 - 100
  • Extra armor: 5 - 75
  • Crew: 4 (8)
  • Speed: 40

Jagdpanther[]

Jagdpanther

Tank Destroyer based off the Pz.Kpfw. V "Panther" Ausf. G chassis. The design was made after the unsuccessful combat record of the Elefant/Ferdinand, the German army instead moved to the new Panther tank as a basis for a new heavy tank destroyer. Production started in January 1944 alongside other Panthers in the assembly line. After the war the British Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers (REME) oversaw production of a further 12 Jagdpanthers which were shipped back to the U.S.A and U.K for evaluation, some were captured by the French Army and were used until 1960.

  • Main gun: 8.8cm KwK 43 L/71
  • Hull machine gun: MG 34 Panzerlauf
  • APCBC-HE range: 220m
  • APCBC-HE pen at ranges: 236mm (0-10m), 233mm (25m), 228mm (50m), 223mm (75m), 218mm (100m), 212mm (125m), 205mm (150m), 198mm (175m), 191mm (200m), 184mm (220m)
  • HE range: 210m
  • Hull armor: 10 - 80
  • Crew: 5 (9)
  • Speed: 46

Panzerjäger Tiger Ausf. B "Jagdtiger"[]

Jagdtiger

Was a heavy tank destroyer built on the Tiger II Ausf. B hull with thickest armor in entire German army. This monster of a tank couldn't be penetrated frontally by practically anything that allies had luckily for allied efforts only 88 in total of those tanks were produced and they were also suffering from same problems as all other heavy German tanks with its underpowered engine, overwhelming weight and many technical issues. Although feared It would often break down rather than arrive to battle. It is important to note that a big aspect of the Jagdtiger was its Pak 44 12.8cm cannon that was based off naval cannons, this beast can easily penetrate almost all allied tanks. In game this tank can only be used in late war by selecting "Support" doctrine which can be accessed by owning Scorched Earth DLC.

  • Main gun: 12.8cm PaK 44 L/55
  • Hull machine gun: MG 34 Panzerlauf
  • Anti-air machine gun: MG 34 (Drum)
  • APCBC-HE range: 230m
  • APCBC-HE pen at ranges: 271mm (0-10m), 268mm (25m), 262mm (50m), 257mm (75m), 252mm (100m), 245mm (125m), 238mm (150m), 230mm (175m), 223mm (200m), 213mm (230m)
  • HE range: 220m
  • Hull armor: 25 - 250
  • Crew: 6 (10)
  • Speed: 34.6

Panzerjäger Tiger (P) 'Ferdinand'[]

  • Main gun: 8.8cm KwK 43 L/71
  • Hull machine gun: MG 34 Panzerlauf
  • APCBC-HE range: 220m
  • APCBC-HE pen at ranges: 236mm (0-10m), 233mm (25m), 228mm (50m), 223mm (75m), 218mm (100m), 212mm (125m), 205mm (150m), 198mm (175m), 191mm (200m), 184mm (220m)
  • HE range: 210m
  • Hull armor: 10 - 200
  • Crew: 6 (10)
  • Speed: 30

Sturmmörser[]

Sturmtiger

After the Battle of Stalingrad, the German army pushed the idea of a Heavy demolishing vehicle, at the time the German army only had the StuIG 33 B, In April 1943 the first batch of SturmPanzer IVs were also reaching the frontlines, but by August 1943, the German army requested a heavier vehicle, initially the design was to have a 21cm Morser 18 on a Tiger Chassis, which at the time was unfeasible so instead settled for a Raketenwerfer 61 L/5.4, which was derived from a failed depth charge launcher. 16 of the 18 built were sent to 3 Sturm.Morser companies with some seeing their first combat in the Warsaw Uprising. Later seeing combat in Hungary in September 1944 before being redeployed back to Germany.

  • Main gun: 38cm StuM Raketenwerfer 61 L/5.4
  • Hull machine gun: MG 34 Panzerlauf
  • HE range: 180m
  • Hull armor: 40 - 150
  • Extra armor: 110
  • Crew: 5 (9)
  • Speed: 38

Anti-Aircraft Vehicles[]

Grille Ausf. M (3cm MK 103)[]

  • Main gun: 3cm MK 103
  • Hull armor: 6 - 15
  • APCR range: 160m
  • APCR pen at ranges: 101mm (0-10m), 96mm (25m), 87mm (50m), 78mm (75m), 69mm (100m), 54mm (125m), 38mm (150m), 33mm (160m)
  • HE range: 160m
  • Crew: 3
  • Speed: 47

FlakPz. IV Wirbelwind[]

  • Main gun: 2cm FlaKvierling 38 L/112.5
  • Hull machine gun: MG 34 Panzerlauf
  • HE range: 150m
  • AP range: 150m
  • AP pen at ranges: 49mm (0-10m), 45mm (25m), 41mm (50m), 37mm (75m), 32mm (100m), 28mm (125m), 23mm (150m)
  • Turret armor: 16
  • Hull armor: 10 - 80
  • Crew: 5 (9)
  • Speed: 38

FlakPz. IV Ostwind[]

  • Main gun: 3.7cm FlaK 43 L/57
  • Hull machine gun: MG 34 Panzerlauf
  • HE range: 160m
  • AP range: 160m
  • AP pen at ranges: 56mm (0-10m), 53mm (25m), 50mm (50m), 46mm (75m), 42mm (100m), 38mm (125m), 33mm (150m), 32mm (160m)
  • Turret armor: 25
  • Hull armor: 10 - 80
  • Crew: 5 (9)
  • Speed: 42

Beutepanzer[]

Pz37

Schwimm Panzerkampfwagen T-37 731 (r)

Pz.Kpfw 731(r) 'T-37'[]

As the German army stormed through the Soviet Union, they managed to apprehend several pieces of equipment and vehicles, one of which was the T-37 - an amphibious light tank used by the Red Army. The German Army however did not use the tank in its intended role, but instead restricted it for anti partisan activities.

  • Main machine gun: DT
  • MG range: 120m
  • Turret armor: 4 - 8
  • Hull armor: 4 - 10
  • Crew: 2 (8)
  • Speed: 35

Pz.Kpfw 742(r) 'BT'[]

BT5

Panzerkampfwagen 742 (r)

Along with the T-37, many BT tanks were also captured by the Germans during Operation Barbarossa. Many of the captured BT tanks were still used on the frontline, albeit a supportive role. Sticking to reconnaissance role they would be assigned to Aufklärung groups.

  • Main gun: 45mm M1938 L/46
  • Coaxial machine gun: DT
  • APHEBC range: 160m
  • APHEBC pen at ranges: 63mm (0-10m), 60mm (25m), 54mm (50m), 49mm (75m), 44mm (100m), 40mm (125m), 35mm (150m), 34mm (160m)
  • HE range: 160m
  • Turret armor: 6 - 20
  • Hull armor: 10 - 20
  • Crew: 3(7)
  • Speed: 52

Pz.Kpfw 38H 735(f)[]

38H 735(f)

Much like the captured Panhard 178 the Germans also captured a large stockpile of Hotchkiss H35 & H39 light tanks, originally used extensively by the French army from 1936 when production started around September of that year. The H39 was an upgraded variant of the H35 which included a new engine, new gun and a newer designed turret and began production around the end of 1938. After the fall of France the 1200 or so H39s and H35 that were constructed had been either been destroyed or captured and sent to rear guard units stationed in France, but some saw action in foreign countries such as 211e Panzerabteilung that invaded the Soviet Union with the rest of the German forces in Finland. Later in the war the Germans would upgrade these light tanks to carry 4 wooden frames for the 28/32 cm Wurfrahmen with varying success.

  • Main gun: 3.7cm KwK 146(f) L/33
  • Coaxial machine gun: MG 31(f)
  • APC range: 170m
  • APC pen at ranges: 50mm (0-10m), 46mm (25m), 39mm (50m), 32mm (75m), 25mm (100m), 20mm (125m), 15mm (150m), 14mm (170m)
  • HE range: 160m
  • Turret armor: 25 - 40
  • Hull armor: 10 - 40
  • Extra armor: 20
  • Crew: 2 (6)
  • Speed: 36

Pz.Kpfw 35S 739(f)[]

35S 739(f)

The SOMUA S-35 was France's attempt at a cavalier tank similar to Britain's Cruiser tanks, the vehicle passed trials in early 1935 and orders were placed the same year however the vehicle had several flaws; the commander was overworked with commanding the tank and manning the tank's main cannon and reloading it, the commander also had no hatch in the turret and the cast iron modules didn't facilitate any access to the suspension. The tank was rather successful and 288 were in service by May 1940, and by June 430 had been produced but halted for the newer and improved S-40. These were the very same tanks that the Germans had captured when France fell that very same month. The Germans used the S-35 along with the H-39 in France, Yugoslavia and on the frontline in Finland with the 211e Panzerabteilung.

  • Main gun: 4.7cm KwK 173(f) L/32
  • Coaxial machine gun: MG 31(f)
  • APC range: 170m
  • APC pen at ranges: 57mm (0-10m), 54mm (25m), 49mm (50m), 44mm (75m), 39mm (100m), 34mm (125m), 29mm (150m), 25mm (170m)
  • HE range: 170m
  • Turret armor: 30 - 56
  • Hull armor: 10 - 47
  • Crew: 3 (7)
  • Speed: 40
B2

Pz.Kpfw B2 740(f)[]

This French tank that resembles World War 1 design was actually one of first tanks that posed real threat to German tanks during 1940 invasion of France. It's thick armor at the time and powerful armament created psychological shock for German troops. Unfortunately, majority were used in the wrong way by French command, which leaded to it rendering useless against Germany Blitzkrieg. However non the less when faced against this tank German Panzer III couldn't penetrate it frontally while B2 powerful 75mm easily penetrated all German tanks at the time.

  • Main gun: 4.7cm KwK 173(f) L/32
  • Hull gun: 7.5cm ABS SA 35 howitzer
  • Coaxial machine gun: MG 31(f)
  • Hull APHE range: 170m
  • Hull APHE pen at ranges: 22mm (0-10m), 21mm (25m), 20mm (50m), 19mm (75m), 18mm (100m), 18mm (125m), 17mm (150m), 16mm (170m)
  • Main APC range: 170m
  • Main APC pen at ranges: 57mm (0-10m), 54mm (25m), 49mm (50m), 44mm (75m), 39mm (100m), 34mm (125m), 29mm (150m), 25mm (170m)
  • HE range: 170m
  • Turret armor: 30 - 60
  • Hull armor: 10 - 60
  • Extra armor: 55
  • Crew: 4 (8)
  • Speed: 28
KV-IB

Pz.Kpfw 756(r) 'KW-IB KwK 40 L/43'[]

This tank is a modification of feared by Germans at beginning of war KV-1. It has been capture in the fights at eastern front and modified to fit German needs. It has been equipped with stronger 7.5cm KwK 40 cannon, commander cupola was also replaced by Panzer IV one, and ventilation system was taken from T-34 and adapted to this KV-1 modification. Only one KV-1 was modified into KW-IB and was attached to 22nd Panzer Division seeing action in the Battle of the Kursk in 1943. It's fate is unknown presumably It was destroyed during heavy fighting.

  • Main gun: 7.5cm KwK 40 L/43
  • Coaxial machine gun: MG 34 Panzerlauf
  • Hull machine gun: MG 34 Panzerlauf
  • Rear machine gun: MG 34 Panzerlauf
  • APCBC-HE range: 200m
  • APCBC-HE pen at ranges: 137mm (0-10m), 133mm (25m), 129mm (50m), 125mm (75m), 120mm (100m), 114mm (125m), 108mm (150m), 102mm (175m), 96mm (200m)
  • HE range: 180m
  • APCR range: 200m
  • APCR pen at ranges: 179mm (0-10m), 174mm (25m), 166m (50m), 158mm (75m), 150mm (100m), 140mm (125m), 129mm (150m), 119mm (175m), 109mm (200m)
  • HEAT range: 170m
  • HEAT pen at ranges: 88mm (0-14.5m), 87mm (14.6m+)
  • Turret armor: 40 - 105
  • Hull armor: 10 - 100
  • Extra armor: 105
  • Crew: 5 (12)
  • Speed: 35

Aircraft[]

Bf 109 F-4[]

Bf109 F-4

Aircraft Bf 109 is one of most famous and popular Luftwaffe fighter planes that flew above Europe during World War 2. The F-4 nomination stands for Friedrich-4 which was one of many variants of Bf 109, upgraded from F-2, F-4 was lighter version with better engine. It is equipped with one 2cm MG151 cannon and two MG 17 machine guns. In total 3400 Bf 109 F-4s were produced and they had proved themselves to be a good fighters.

  • Main gun: 2cm MG 151/20
  • Machine gun: MG 17
  • Crew: 1
  • Note: In air domination doctrine at early war this plane has an 50kg bomb that is dropped on the place that player selects.

Bf 109 G-6[]

Bf 109 G-6

Version G of Bf 109 showed up at end of 1942 and become one of the most common Bf109 variants with approximately 12.000-13.000 produced units. And 3.200-4.000 G-6 variant, G stands for Gustav. It was equipped with 2cm MG151 cannon but what made real difference from Bf 109 F-4 armament were it's two strong 13mm MG131 machine guns. Due to this German pilots were easily able to destroy enemy aircrafts which even further pushed G variant to be more upgraded. Final version of G family was G-14 which was also last major production version to see widespread use during World War 2.

  • Main gun: 2cm MG 151/20
  • Machine gun: 13mm MG131
  • Crew: 1
  • Note: BF 109 G-6 can not be seen in MP or conquest, It is only seen in campaign.

Bf 110 E-1[]

Bf 110 E-1

The Bf 110 E-1 entered service in 1941 and featured several upgrades over its predecessors. E-1 was heavy fighter and fighter-bomber aircraft. It was a variant of the Bf 110 series, which was initially designed as a long-range escort fighter but later adapted for various roles, including bomber destroyer, ground attack, and night fighter. It is equipped with two 2cm MG 151/20 cannons and four MG 17. The Bf 110 E-1 was primarily used in the early stages of the war and saw action in the Battle of Britain and the Balkans campaign. However, it suffered from several shortcomings, including inadequate armor protection, limited maneuverability, and vulnerability to enemy fighters. Despite its limitations, the Bf 110 E-1 played a significant role in the early war efforts of the German Luftwaffe. However, as the war progressed and air superiority tactics evolved, the Bf 110 series became increasingly vulnerable and finally was decommissioned in 1945. 6.000 - 6.200 Bf 110 were produced while only 550 to 650 were version E-1.

  • Main gun: 2cm MG 151/20
  • Machine gun: MG 17
  • Bombs: SC-250
  • Crew: 2
  • Note: In all stages of war with irregular doctrine Bf 110 E-1 will drop 250kg bomb wherever player selects.

Fi-156[]

Fi-156

The FieselerFi 156 was a versatile and highly regarded German aircraft used during World War 2. It gained a reputation for its exceptional short takeoff and landing capabilities, which allowed it to operate from small and rough airstrips. The Fi 156 served in various military roles and was utilized by several nations during the war. Notably, the Fi 156 gained recognition for its involvement in the rescue of Italian dictator Benito Mussolini from a mountain-top prison in 1943. A daring mission was carried out using the Fi to land in a tight space and extract Mussolini. Fi 156 played a vital role in military operations during providing reliable reconnaissance, transport, and liaison capabilities to support ground forces.

  • Main gun: N/A
  • Machine gun: MG 15 Drum (Double)
  • Crew: 2
  • Note: Fi-156 can only be accessed by owning Scorched Earth DLC and selecting Support doctrine. It's unique ability is to spot enemy troops while flying around area that player has selected.
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