Axis Base

Communication Centre


The Communication Centre provides artillery and air support to your troops while they are attacking enemy bases. You can upgrade this building for newer and more powerful support capabilities.

When planning their artillery units, the German military recalled their experiences from the First World War. Their troops were quick in bringing howitzers to the field. By September 1939, the staff of the Infantry Division’s artillery regiment called for three light howitzer battalions and one battalion of heavy howitzers: 48 guns in total.
In addition to these traditional anti-tank weapons, Germany also developed some unusual designs. For example, in Sevastopol there operated three special-purpose giant guns: the Gamma siege howitzer, the Karl mortar, and the rail-mounted howitzer known as Dora.