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
Reward for completing all 8 tasks
Special profile icon of Richard Winters Richard Winters — one of the “D-Day” heroes. After landing in Normandy, he led his squad of 13 paratroopers against German artillery crews shelling Utah Beach. His team not only defeated the enemy forces in the battle at Brecourt Manor but also captured a map of other artillery batteries in the area. This operation is cited to this day as an example of a skillful tactical attack of a small formation on the enemy’s stationary positions.
You can immediately purchase the profile icon for Golden Eagles until July 3rd, 11:30 GMT without completing tasks. Click Nickname → Achievements → Pages of History (June)
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.
- Tasks are available from 11:00 GMT until 11:30 GMT on the final day of each task.
- Tasks can be completed in random battles, except for “Assault” mode
June 2nd — June 5th Battle of Midway From 4th until 7th of June 1942 took place the Battle of Midway — the decisive battle in the Pacific theater of WWII. The US was able to decipher the Japanese naval code and prepare for a surprise attack. As a result of the battle the Japanese fleet lost four heavy aircraft carriers and has since been forced to turn to the defense of captured territories.
June 5th — June 8th D-Day The most important event of the Western Front. Allied forces under air cover landed on the shores of Normandy, beginning the liberation of France and then the rest of the Western Europe. On the 6h of June, also known as “D-Day”, more than 150,000 troops crossed the English Channel in the largest naval landing operation in history.
June 9th — June 12th The Battle of Sultan Yacoub Over the 10th-11th of June 1982 the Israeli army was severely tested during the Lebanese war: three companies of its tank battalion were surrounded by Syrian armed forces. 11 battalions of Artillery fire supported a breakthrough of armored vehicles trying to compensate for reconnaissance failure, most of them succeeded in escaping the trap.
June 12th — June 15th Battle of Villers-Bocage Just one week after D-Day there were fierce battles in the territory of Normandy. One of them took place near the town of Villers-Bocage where Germans with small forces were able to surround and rough up the British tanks thanks to the surprise attack and superiority of the Tiger heavy tanks. It took the Brits two months to capture the city.
June 15th — June 18th Battle for Ancona On the 18th of June ended the month-long battle for Ancona — an important port in eastern Italy from which the 2nd Polish Army Corps knocked out the German forces. It was the only battle of the Western Front in which only Polish troops took part on the Allied side.
June 19th — June 22nd Battle of the Philippine Sea On the 19th-20th of June 1944 the US fleet inflicted a crushing defeat on the Japanese fleet at the Battle of the Marianas. At the beginning of the battle Japan possessed the most powerful carrier corps in its history which practically ceased to exist by the end of the battle, leaving Japan with not enough aircraft for defense.
June 23rd — June 26th Operation Bagration In honor of the prince Pyotr Bagration, the hero and an outstanding military leader of the Patriotic War of 1812, was named the large-scale operation which began on the 23rd of June 1944 to liberate Belarus and Lithuania from German occupation. The Red Army gained a confident victory over the Army Group “Center” of Wehrmacht and pushed it far away to the territory of Poland.
June 27th — June 30th F4U-1 first flight One of the most effective US aircraft of WWII was the Chance Vought F4U named the “Corsair”. Its first model designed for mass production was improved over the prototype: the c*ckpit was raised a bit and the hull strengthened to withstand landing on aircraft carriers. The first flight of the F4U-1 took place at the end of June 1942.