Battle of Kursk
In the aftermath of Hitler’s defeat at Stalingrad, Hitler knows he must deliver a knockout blow to regain the initiative against his nemesis Stalin. As his physical and mental abilities start to wane Hitler prepares for battle at the bulge in the lines at Kursk with powerful new tanks backed up by some of the best troops of the war. As Hitler nervously delays the start of the offensive, Soviet intelligence warns Stalin of the attack and he turns the battlefield into a fortress. His army is built of thousands of tanks mass produced in factories moved strategically across Russia along with masses of supplies shipped across the world from his allies. Despite all the defenses the superior German tanks and troops breakthrough in the south and threaten to undo all the Soviet planning at the iconic tank battle of Prokhorovka.