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    Some weird guy from the Netherlands who talks about grass :P
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  1. Brave Sir Charge

    Northern Fronts - Scandinavia in WW2

    We recently decided upon a release date for the Winter War update. Check it out here.
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    Northern Fronts - Scandinavia in WW2

    Hello again for yet another preview! We'd like to show some more of the new and updated assets in the modification, which are mostly aimed towards the Continuation War. On the first image of this teaser you can see the brand new Finnish Border guards. Border/Frontier Guards took part on the fighting as separate companies and battalions subordinated to the Army. Frontier troops were renowned for their expertise in ranging and local knowledge, because of this, their units were elevated to "Border Jaeger" status after Winter War as reward for their good performance. Cavalry has also received updated uniforms. On the second and third image you can see Uudenmaan Rakuunarykmentti's (URR) Dragoons in an parade formation. The regiment (although battalion sized) based its traditions on the renowned hakkapeliitta's of the 1600's. The honorary colonel-in-chief of the Dragoons was the Field Marshall Mannerheim himself. The regiment fought the war both mounted and dismounted - however in 1943 it was reorganized to an bicycle battalion whilst still retaining the old name and traditions. Rather forgotten, but very important were the Finnish Navy coastal (artillery) troops. As rear-line units they were equipped with older and more varied equipment supplemented by whatever was captured. It was their responsibility to guard the many islands and coastal areas on the Gulf of Finland. They saw heavy fighting during the summer 1944 offensive, namely at the Vyborg Bay. The defenders of Suursaari also faced and thwarted a German landing operation later the same year. Last and not least: Let us return to Battle of Summa during the Winter War - Where Soviets have brought in one of their chemical (flame-throwing) tanks!
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    Maritime Patrol

    I quite like that
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    Maritime Patrol

    Probably something along the lines of *Hammerfly* 😂
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    Maritime Patrol

    Probably totally not inspired by the Sea Patrol series with the Australian Armidale Class Patrol Boat? 😄
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    Northern Fronts - Scandinavia in WW2

    Would be cool, It's up to temppa tho.
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    Northern Fronts - Scandinavia in WW2

    Hello, welcome to yet another preview of Northern Fronts! On this day in 1944, the Soviet forces broke through the Finnish defences in the Karelian isthmus. This meant the beginning of two months of heavy fighting throughout the Karelian isthmus and Eastern Karelia. One of the latest additions to the mod is the T-26E light tank. The tank is Finnish modification to the Vickers 6-ton light tank based on the experiences of the Winter War. The old 37mm Bofors was replaced by Soviet 45mm gun and the Maxim coax with a DT. The tank can be differiantated from T-26's by differences in the hull and the turret. Another tracked addition to the mod is the Soviet T-28E tank. This tank is up-armored with steel plates, providing it with stronger armor but bigger weight. All of the Finnish T-28's were updated in this manner in 1942. As foreign aid, Finland received new German anti-tank weapons which proved very valuable in the defensive battles. The next update will add the Panzerschreck to the Finnish faction with various different paintjobs from the German dunkelgelb to the Finnish 3-tone pattern. Last but not least is the Soviet 152 mm howitzer model 1938. Finland captured 45 of these pieces in the Continuation War and bought 57 more from Germany. These guns were well liked by Finnish artillery crews and will provide both Finnish and Soviet factions with some heavier firepower. The Finnish classification for this gun is 152 H 38. That's all. Until next time
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    Northern Fronts - Scandinavia in WW2

    Today the flags are flying to honour the Finnish Defence Forces, and to celebrate the birthday of C. G. E. Mannerheim, Marshal of Finland! To celebrate this occasion we've decided to show you some teasers of what's to come soon. The first picture shows a 37 PstK/36, More commonly known as the Bofors 37mm AT Gun, Used in both the Winter War as a Anti Tank gun with great capabilities against our upcoming armor and later in the Continuation war it was given a Infantry support role. The second picture shows off some of our remade gear and some nice little immersive add-ons like the picture frames. That will be all for now and we hope to have more news for you soon.
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    Northern Fronts - Scandinavia in WW2

    The Treaty of Moscow ending the Winter War is signed in the Kremlin at 1 o'clock in the morning Finnish time, 13 March 1940. To remember this date we'd like to share with you our latest development status, check the pictures below but before that enjoy some history: Despite the fact that the Red Army attacked Finland without so much as a formal declaration of war, the harsh terms of the peace treaty mean Finland is forced to cede to the Soviet Union the Karelian Isthmus and areas to the north of Lake Ladoga. Without assistance Finland could no longer continue the unequal struggle, and the Government was left with no alternative but to attempt a negotiated peace. The towns of Viipuri, Sortavala and Käkisalmi are incorporated into the Soviet Union. Almost 430,000 Karelians, or 12 per cent of the country's population, lose their homes. Finland's total losses in the war are 25,904 dead or missing and 43,557 wounded. During the course of the war a total of 84,000 women took part in the work of the defence organization Lotta Svärd. Most worked in the catering corps, while some served at the front. 64 members of the Lotta Svärd gave their lives in carrying out their duties. Soviet losses total around 127,000 dead or missing and 188,000 wounded. (quotation: GRH Suomen Armeija) More on our discord.
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    Altis 90's

    Looking nice, congrats on the release.
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    Vilas addons in A3 w.i.p.

    Nice! That is one sexy Leopard!
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    Project RACS

    Could always load a bunch of mortars in there 😄
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    Project RACS

    That urban camo is making me drool
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    Northern Fronts - Scandinavia in WW2

    80 years ago Finland's neutrality was violated by the Soviet Union. Bombs were dropped on Helsinki and other civilian targets while over half a million Red Army soldiers marched into Finnish land. Against them stood over 300 thousand Finnish defenders, underequipped and lacking anti-tank equipment to counter hundreds of Soviet tanks and armoured cars. The invasion of Finland would later be remembered by determined defense of the Mannerheim Line, well utilised Motti tactics and incompetence of Soviet leaders in the opening days of the war. A conflict later known as Winter War had begun and it would last until March 13, 1940. It had claimed over 400 thousand lives and led to another conflict between Finland and the Soviet Union in 1941 - the Continuation War. On that day we would like to share some of our WIP screenshots:
  15. Im going to need a bucket to drool in please.