The Battle of Kursk was the largest tank battle in history, involving some 6,000 tanks. July 5th, 1944. German and Soviet forces clash on the Eastern Front near Kursk in the Soviet Union. The battle begins with the German offensive “Operation Citadel” that has the objective of pinching off the Kursk salient with simultaneous attacks from the north and the south.
Operation Blockbuster: The Battle of the Hochwald Gap. February 1945. The Canadian 2nd Division assembles over 1,000 tanks to launch an attack into the Rhineland in an attempt to crack open the German heartland. Their casualties are heavy as they meet fanatical Nazi resistance.
D-Day June 6th, 1944. The Allies land on the coast of Normandy, France. The 2nd Canadian Armoured Brigade has to fight its way inland past ruthless German forces led by the elite 12th SS-Panzer Division Hitlerjugend.
September 18th, 1944. When Patton's 3rd Army threatens to breach the German border near Arracourt, France, Hitler desperately deploys hundreds of panzers in a huge tank-vs-tank clash. Arracourt at that time, was the largest tank battle involving U.S. forces on the Western Front.