America  Britain  France  Poland  China  Soviet  Germany  Italy  Hungary  Japan  Sweden  Czechoslovakia  Other
.:Navigation:.
   :: Home/News
   :: Forum on Revora
   :: Forum on PPM
   :: D-day wiki
.:About:.
   :: Staff
   :: FAQ
.:Gameplay:.
   :: Time Frames
   :: Unit list
.:Media:.
   :: Gallery
   :: Downloads
.:Nations:.
   :: America
   :: Britain
   :: France
   :: Poland
   :: China
   :: Soviet Union
   :: Germany
   :: Italy
   :: Hungary
   :: Japan
   :: Sweden
   :: Czechoslovakia
   :: Other
....
....


Visit the D-day Wiki for a complete database of D-day's units & structures.

D-day Wiki
....
....
.:Welcome to the D-day website:.

D-day is a modification for the highly acclaimed computer game Red Alert 2 and its expansion Yuri's Revenge. It changes Red Alert 2's original cartoony and arcade style gameplay into a more realistic World War II theme.

There are over a thousand new units to build and fight with, spanning from the early beginnings of the conflict in the 1920's onto a hypothetical what-if continuation of the war into the 1960's and beyond.

If you have any questions please use the forums or leave a message in the shout box on this page.


D-day

D-day
.:Quick news:.

....




....
.:Japanese Anti-Tank guns:.

Today's news post focuses on Japanese Anti-Tank defences, which range from the inadequate, the opportunistic and the mighty.   

To see more information and photos of these guns click on the images to go to their Wiki pages.

Type 1 47mm
Type1_47mm.jpg

Work on Japan's first indigenous anti-tank gun design started in 1937 with several experimental prototypes built, none were put into production though because of inadequate performance. Following the defeat of Japanese forces to the Soviets During the Nomonhan Incident in 1939 interest in a new anti-tank gun resurfaced. Work on the design continued over the next few years and was finally completed in 1941 and standardised as the Type 1 47mm, production started in 1942 and it was deployed into service during 1943. By then the Allies had introduced newer tank designs witch the Type 1 was unable to effectively defeat, however with no other anti-tank guns available it continued to be used until the end of the war.

Available Pre & Early war.

Type 90 75mm
Type90_75mm.jpg

Designed in 1930 the Type 90 75mm was a field gun based on a French Schneider cannon, the design was an effective weapon but expensive and very complex to build and maintain. It was originally designed as a field gun/light artillery but during the later stages of the war the Type 90 was also successfully used as an anti-tank gun, being one of the few weapons that could effectively defeat the newer Allied tanks. In light of this the weapon was modified and used in the Ho-Ni and Chi-Nu tanks.

Available Mid & Late war.

Type 5 105mm
Type5_105mm.jpg

The Type 5 was an experimental anti-tank gun developed in 1945 during the closing stages of WW2, the Japanese had planned to use this weapon in the Type 5 Ho-Ri tank destroyer but the war ended before a prototype of the Ho-Ri was built.

Available Post war.

Posted September 23, 2014 by Mig Eater
....


.:Social Media:.


Follow D-day to get the lastst updates as soon as they are posted.

ModDB Facebook
Twitter You Tube
Discord
....
.:Donations:.


Donate to D-day
If you have enjoyed playing D-day consider giving a donation to help further development.

Donate to D-day
....
.:Shoutbox:.


....
....
Site design created by Mig Eater 2018 Mig Eater Studios
This site is best viewed at a resolution above 1152x864 with Firefox.
Should there be any problems with the site, please contact the webmaster.

hit counter
....