Wikinger January Update

Wikinger January Update

Hey Wikingers,

new year, new month, time for a new blog post.

ToDo for 2019

  • modding the remaining 8 doctrines
    • 4x Wehrmacht and 4x Soviet,
    • but to be honest from our experience so far, unexpected things happen when least expected (and needed). So a realistic goal for 2019 would be to finish 3 of each doctrines (so 6 in total).
  • balance changes (buffs and nerfs)
    • Luftwaffe needs some attention again
    • Americans shall have a small adjustment as well
  • … who knows what else we might come up this year.
  • playing lots of games with our community

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Wikinger November Update

Wikinger November Update

Hey Wikingers!

It’s time for an update – and this time we have some hints to announce!

Last British Doctrine

Timeline

We are hoping to finish the first round of coding very soon (<1 week), which means we will be in Beta Testing Phase mid to end of November. Hopefully everything goes smooth and there are not so many mistakes, adjustments or bugfixes necessary. Continue reading →

WW2  POW administrative documents

WW2 POW administrative documents

Featured Post From Siegfrid

One of our users who is sticking with us for quite a long time, you might know Siegfrid – he made the French Wikinger translation, and is especially interested in WWII from a French perspective – he is French – asked us if we would be interested in some historical documents… well, WE ARE!

Thank you very much for sharing with us!

 

 

A few “administrative document” issued by the German and French authorities. They belonged to my grandfather who was a Sergeant in the French army and was taken prisoner on the 19.06.1940 in the north of France; Dunkerque area. He was liberated in October 1942.

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A pair of US infantryman pass by two wrecked Jagdpanzer 38(t) “Hetzer’s” from 272. Panzerjäger Battalion in Kesternich, a small village in the German border with Belgium. Germany. 31st January 1945.

A pair of US infantryman pass by two wrecked Jagdpanzer 38(t) “Hetzer’s” from 272. Panzerjäger Battalion in Kesternich, a small village in the German border with Belgium. Germany. 31st January 1945.


A pair of US infantryman pass by two wrecked Jagdpanzer 38(t) “Hetzer’s” from 272. Panzerjäger Battalion in Kesternich, a small village in the German border with Belgium. Germany. 31st January 1945.
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