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Play As The German Navy in Victory at Sea Update 1.2

Play As The German Navy in Victory at Sea Update 1.2

Victory at Sea Update 1.2: The German Kriegsmarine Navy The next major update for the TIGA Award winning game, Victory At Sea is on the horizon. Since launch one the most requested features has been to play the campaign as the Axis powers. With this update…

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Type IX U-Boat

Type IX U-Boat

Command the Crew of the Undauntable Type IX U-Boat! Having been constructed for the Kriegsmarine, the Type IX U-Boat was a large submarine that carried out the majority of its service in the seas of Eastern United States, tasked with disrupting supplies and troops on…

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Deutschland

Deutschland

Assume Control of the Hard-Hitting Deutschland! Built for the German Kriegsmarine, the Deutschland saw more than its fair share of action throughout the war. Constructed in Kiel, Germany, the Deutschland played many significant roles in World War 2 naval encounters. Near the beginning of the…

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Admiral Hipper | Heavy Cruiser

Admiral Hipper | Heavy Cruiser

The Admiral Hipper was a class of heavy cruiser that served with the Kreigsmarine during the second world war. The ships were built in Hamburg and in service just before the outbreak of World War 2. The Class and lead ship was named after Admiral Franz…

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Bismarck | Battleship

Bismarck | Battleship

Rally the Crew of the Mighty Bismarck! Having been constructed for the German Kriegsmarine, the Bismarck Battleship went on to destroy one of the most well respected ships in history. After being built in Hamburg, the Bismarck only survived long enough to take part in…

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Admiral Graf Spee | Pocket Battleship

Admiral Graf Spee | Pocket Battleship

Admiral Graf Spee Pocket Battleship. Named after the Admiral Maximilian von Spee, the Admiral Graf Spee was a Pocket Battleship with a punch! Pocket Battleships became know for the power packed onboard compared to their size. These ships were not to be trifled with and…

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