Normandy '44: European Theater combines a higher level of realism with a more elaborate doctrine system, which incorporates almost 50 different military units that took part in the period of Jun-Sept 1944. This spectrum ranges from divisions of free Polish and French units serving under the main allied armies to volunteers from the Eastern Front that served in the German Wehrmacht. This is only a small portion of the doctrine variety however, as we feature numerous well known units of all factions as well. The mod also features numerous new abilities and custom made units each with a completely revamped size and structure. Between custom made units and structures with historically correct skins, Normandy '44 offers over 150 NEW UNITS, making for an almost endless variety of different scenarios and unit actions. Combined these factors provide for an experience unlike any other mod for CoH!

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Media RSS Feed Report media German Emplacements - Pt. 3 - 3.7 cm FlaK 43 Nest (view original)
German Emplacements - Pt. 3 - 3.7 cm FlaK 43 Nest
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vonLuck Dec 25 2011, 4:28am says:

This little bundle of joy makes me giddy!

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crazychameleon Jul 28 2012, 2:45pm says:


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ruzackovich Mar 24 2013, 9:27am says:

look like us maxon?

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The new 3.7 cm Flak 43 is a dramatic improvement over the older models. A new gas-operated breech improved the practical firing rate to 150 RPM, while at the same time dropping in weight to 1,250 kg (2,800 lb) in combat, and mere 2,000 kg (4,400 lb) in transport. The barrel was shortened to 89 calibers. It was also produced in a twin-gun mount, the 3.7 cm Flakzwilling 43, although this version was considered somewhat unwieldy and top-heavy.

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