Blog Updates: Sept. 26, 2014


Hello! It’s Friday, so here’s an update!

If you haven’t done so already, check out this week’s post (and photo album) about Germany’s “workhorse,” the Panzer IV. Although it became known for its abilities in tank vs. tank combat, it was originally intended to combat only infantry and structures. It was also the only German tank to be produced for the entirety of World War II and saw action in every theater of war.

Here’s what’s new and different this week:

  • Frustrated with the inconsistent dimensions of the header photo on HTG’s Twitter account (varying dimensions were cut off depending on the size of the screen on which it was viewed), I opted to go with a static landscape background that hopefully won’t look weird on any screens. If you’re wondering what it is, it’s the Nebelwerfer field. While you’re there, why not follow me?
  • I added 11 new photos to the MG42 photo album (because for some reason I never uploaded the ones from the D-Day mission). They start with this one.

That’s it for updates this week, but I finally installed screen recording software, which means I’ll be able to work at full capacity this weekend!

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~ by John on September 26, 2014.

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