The German made Stalingrad (). Dominique Horwitz - Fritz Reiser Thomas Kretschmann - Hans. Vor 75 Jahren endete die Schlacht von Stalingrad mit der Kapitulation der 6. Armee der deutschen Wehrmacht. Der große Wendepunkt des 2. File:Bundesarchiv Bild R, Russland, Kesselschlacht harplandmusic.com From Wikibooks, open Global file usage. The following other wikis use this file.
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Beevor, Antony Below this, the citadel protection becomes stronger. The outer belt of mm inclined armor continues, but behind that there are additional bulkheads with the same incline protecting the magazines.
This can result in shells getting armed but exploding before penetrating the citadel. Also similar to Moskva , Stalingrad features 50mm hull plating.
This will mostly benefit the ship when it's being angled properly, as it can make all AP shells bounce off and most HE shells will just shatter against it.
However, not every part is covered in this plating. Half of the bow and a lot of the stern area is not protected by this and only has a 25mm plating, which will get overmatched by every battleship Stalingrad will face.
They feature good ballistics, a strong penetration and also a high base damage of 9, This is significantly better than on most other cruisers.
The caliber of the guns provides another bonus: her mm armor piercing shells have the ability to overmatch 21mm of armor.
The HE shells appear strong, but the relatively low rate of fire makes HE a rather unattractive choice of ammo as it's not enough to rack up high damage numbers.
The amount of shells she can throw out is not enough to make her a reliable fire starter like Zao or Henri IV ; subsequently, the HE shells should be seen as the secondary shells, with the main focus being on the AP to deal damage.
However, when facing destroyers exclusively using HE shells is recommended. In terms of maneuverability, the Stalingrad is very similar to the Moskva.
When sailing in a straight line she can be very fast, up to However once she has to maneuver problems will arise.
Additionally, her concealment is the worst among all cruisers. With a stock detection radius of Upgrade Slot 1 provides players with two viable choices.
Upgrade Slot 2 allows players to extend the duration of the Surveillance Radar consumable if they have the appropriate special module available in the Arsenal.
Upgrade Slot 3 allows for further specialization in a role. Upgrade Slot 4 provides two viable options. Choosing between these upgrades will be determined by the intended play style.
Upgrade Slot 6 provides the most options for specialization. Key skills for Stalingrad commanders include Heavy AP Shells, Superintendent, and Concealment Expert.
Incoming Fire Alert Receive a warning of a salvo fired at your ship from more than 4. Last Stand The ship remains able to move and maneuver - slowly - while the engine or steering gears are incapacitated.
Priority Target The detection indicator will show the number of enemies targeting you with main battery. Adrenaline Rush Radio Location Shows the direction to the nearest enemy ship.
The enemy is alerted that a bearing has been taken. As a premium ship, Stalingrad comes included with Type 20 camouflage that lowers her detection radius, reduces the accuracy of incoming shells, reduces her repair costs, and increases the amount of experience she earns.
Being a Tier X Premium ship, economic signals are a good option to increase the various currency gains. The stadium has a seating capacity for 45, people, including a press box, a VIP box and seats for people with limited mobility.
Volgograd is twinned with: . From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Redirected from Stalingrad. For similar names, see Tsaritsyno disambiguation.
For the World War II battle, see Battle of Stalingrad. For other uses, see Stalingrad disambiguation. City in Volgograd Oblast, Russia.
City . Counterclockwise: The Motherland Calls on Mamayev Kurgan , the railway station , Planetarium, The Metrotram , Panorama of the City, Gerhardt Mill.
Coat of arms. Location of Volgograd. Administrative status. Municipal status. See also: Timeline of Volgograd.
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Retrieved February 9, Retrieved November 13, Retrieved May 23, Retrieved July 7, Retrieved November 17, Soviet officers often died in three days.
Historians have talked about how much terror there was in the Red Army. Beevor noted the bravery of the Soviet soldiers. Many soldiers said they were relieved at the order not to retreat.
For the heroism of the Soviet defenders of Stalingrad, the city was awarded the title Hero City in Twenty-four years after the battle, in October ,  a monument, The Motherland Calls , was built on Mamayev Kurgan , the hill overlooking the city.
The hill actually used to be much larger, but had been flattened due to constant artillery fire. The statue forms part of a war memorial that includes ruined walls from the battle.
The Grain Silo, as well as Pavlov's House can still be visited. Many women fought on the Soviet side, or were under fire. The German Army showed a lot of discipline after being surrounded.
Many German soldiers starved or froze to death. Yet, discipline was continued until the very end. General Friedrich Paulus obeyed Hitler's orders and did not attempt to escape out of the city.
German ammunition, supplies, and food became scarce. Generals from both sides suffered from massive stress because of the battle and also because of the fact that they had to report to the most brutal leader in their nation's history.
Many generals suffered health problems because of their stress. Paulus followed his orders and fought to the very end. He asked for permission to surrender, but it was denied.
Hitler promoted him to the rank of Generalfeldmarschall. No German field marshal had ever surrendered, and the implication was clear.
Hitler believed that Paulus would either fight to the last man or commit suicide. After his capture, Paulus told the Soviets that he had not surrendered.
He refused to issue an order for the Germans to surrender. The events of the battle for Stalingrad have been shown in several movies of German , Russian,  British and American origin.
In the novel The Book Thief , one character was presumed to have died or been captured in The Battle of Stalingrad. In the video game Red Orchestra 2: Heroes of Stalingrad , the game shows famous locations of the battle, such as Pavlov's House , the Red October Factory and Mamayev Kurgan, among others.
The game, Company of Heroes 2 , showed the battle in certain missions. It was criticized by Russian players for being untrue  and on August 7 sales in Russia were stopped.
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