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Pages of History (April)

For the whole month you will have 8 tasks available to you one by one. Completion of each task will bring you a trophy with a reward and completion of all of them will bring a unique in-game player icon.

A detailed description of the task for current game and your overall progress can be found by clicking on your nickname → Achievements → Pages of History

Lieutenant General Sir John Dudley Lavarak was a veteran of two World Wars and governor of the state of Queensland. During World War II, he commanded Australian units in North Africa against Rommel's army.

John Lavarack
John Lavarack

You may immediately purchase the icon profile for Golden Eagles until May 3rd,11:30 GMT without completing tasks. Click Nickname → Achievements → Pages of History (April)

Trophy with a reward for each task

Completion of each individual task will bring you a trophy with one of the following rewards:

  • 20-50% RP booster for 3-10 battles
  • 20-50% SL booster for 3-10 battles
  • 3-5 universal backup vehicles
  • 1 day premium account
  • Random camouflage for ground vehicles from among those available to obtain in the game through achievements or purchase for Golden Eagles.

April 1st  —  April 4th

Operation Iceberg

The capture of Okinawa began on April 1st, 1945, with the capture of the Kerama Islands to secure US Naval operations in the area, and the landing of US Marines on the western part of Okinawa.

April 5th  — April 8th

Operation Flax

Operation Flax was initiated in April, 1943 to blockade air traffic between Tunisia and Sicily as part of the North African campaign. US fighters conducted an intensive hunt for German transport and bomber aircraft in the air, while Axis airfields both in Italy and Africa were bombed in numerous bomber raids.

April 8th — April 11th

Operation Grapeshot

The Italian campaign must be completed! Having gathered forces and carefully calculated the strike, the Allies began an operation to destroy the German forces in northern Italy. On April 9th, 1945, British and Polish troops, supported by aviation, began an offensive against the enemy.

April 11th — April 14th

Siege of Tobruk

Tobruk is the key to the advance of German troops on the African continent. That is why the Fuhrer entrusted the assault on the city to one of his best generals, the "Desert Fox" Erwin Rommel. The city's garrison of retreating Australian infantry bravely fought back the onslaught from the armoured corps, forcing the Germans into a long siege. One of the brightest and most dramatic battles in the North African campaign had begun!

April 15th — April 18th

Battle of Berlin

The Red Army had travelled an incredible distance in preparation for this day. From the threat of imminent defeat near Moscow, having defended Stalingrad, having survived near Kursk, having liberated Ukraine and Belarus, they marched across half of Europe to finally come here. Berlin is ahead - the last and most important battle of this war.

April 18th  — April 21st

Stettin-Rostock operation

German troops in northern Germany found themselves between the hammer and the anvil. Soviet battalions are crossing Oder in the East, British troops advancing from the West of the country to the North. The Baltic coast might be a last hope for besieged Berlin, but only if the Germans manage to keep the area clear from the enemy.  

April 22nd  — April 25th

Allied landings on New Guinea

In the fight against the stubborn Japanese defence of eastern New Guinea, American forces could get bogged down for an extended period, losing time and initiative. After the destruction of the Japanese aviation group defending the island, the Americans undertook a daring landing operation. Deep behind enemy lines, in the area of ​​the towns of Holland and Aitape, a significant number of troops led by General MacArthur landed to swiftly cut off the main forces of the Japanese from supply.

April 25th — April 28th

Elbe day

We are so different, but how similar we are! Troops of the Soviet 1st Ukrainian Front met infantrymen of the 1st US Army near the beautiful Elbe river. A handshake between Russian and American soldiers closed the encirclement of Germany.

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  • Tasks are available from 11:00 GMT until 11:30 GMT on the final day of each task.
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