Chapter 7 : Glory, Blood, and Steel
Commander Nymet260 woke up early this morning, gazing off into the distance. eventually he turned to his officer and told him "The time to attack is now, give the orders to the army groups" the officer nodded his head and he was off. The first maneuver to be done with the 6th army, they began to close in on Zhukovs final defense positions as a fierce battle broke out between his untrained militia guerrilla fighters and our glorious veteran Werhmacht troops.
"This is 6th army 2nd in command, We have Zhukov, I repeat we have captured Zhukov!" Nymet260 heard over the radio as he heard shouting and celebration on the other side of the line
Zhukov signing the Surrender agreement. This is a Glorious day in the battle for Kursk!
As Zhukov surrenders the 8th Armored brigade resumed its push towards Kursk on the main lines,. The enemy was still in full retreat and attempted to do delay tactics in order to buy time for a hopeless recouping of their forces.
The Soviet army is beginning to fall back and take up positions within Kursk
With the days end our troops have crossed vast swaths of territories in a single day, greatly not only pleasing Commander Nymet260 but as well as the Fuhrer himself once he heard news of Nymet260's successes. By next morning Nymet260 awaited for the 6th army and 8th armored brigade to join up as they waited just on the outskirts of the city, then he gave his final order "Take Kursk at all costs!" within moments of the order the entire force moved out towards final victory.
The initial attack met with some resistance as soviet troops in vain attempted to shower our tanks with lead and bullets, but our Tiger tanks blew the enemy out of their defensive positions. Our panzer grenider forces simultaneously began storming the city with machine gun suppressive support, did not take long for our skilled troops to root out the enemy positions.
As bravely as they tried, Soviet machine gun crews could not withstand the might of German firepower
The Coup de grāce occurred when our forces began to surround and attack the city from all angles.
By late afternoon that day, a general cease fire was called by Nymet260 after hearing a surrender call was heard from Tvremote who was within the city. The two general met, shook hands, and the terms of surrender was signed. At long last, Kursk has fallen to glorious Germany!
Commander Nymet260 reviewing the surrender terms with Commander Tvremote looking on in disgust at his defeat
With Kursk fallen, a garrison force begins to move in and occupy the city. Nymet260 was giving a medal for success in Kursk was was redeployed in the seamlessly never ending German-Soviet conflict. Tvremote was imprisoned till released by the end of the war. It is said while in imprisonment he wrote a lengthy autobiography known as "My struggle to kill Nymet260", it failed to become a best seller.