Europe at War is a historical mod for Company of Heroes that adds new battlefronts with new commander trees, abilities, units, vehicles and weapons for each, representing in the best way, as far as possible, historical accuracy, to immerse players in a much more realistic gaming experience. Situated on a Western theatre from the warm sands of north africa, italian battlefields, beaches of Normandy, Dutch Tulip fields, ardennes forests and defensive lines of the Rhine in germany.

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onikenshin
onikenshin

The M4 Shermans with the M1A2 76mm should be like the M10. Better at destroying tanks like the Tigers and Panthers but still not a match 1on1. They could fire only the HVAP rounds to pen those tanks, making it less effective against other things. The other Sherman being more all around yet lacking.

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Dartborne Author
Dartborne

the M1A2 barrel is late. did not reach Europe until fall. In normandy only used the M1A1

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midgetdiver22
midgetdiver22

What replaces the M26 pershing

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Dartborne Author
Dartborne

M4A3 sherman series.

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armored divisions had large numbers of tanks and tank destroyers (m18 hellcat), but not strong enough and powerful to kill the German tanks. The M20 coordinates the movements in the battlefield. M4A3 Sherman and M4A3 76 (W) replace the old M4 series, have a somewhat thicker armor and more powerful engine.

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