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08-15 November: British Tech Tree Focus, Heroes/Remembrance Day

Tank Commanders,

It is the anniversary of two great events in history - Remembrance Day and Heroes' Day. Remembrance Day (11 November) is widely celebrated to honor the soldiers who died in WWI's battles. And Heroes' Day (10th November) is celebrated in Indonesia in memory of their fight for independence.

We are commemorating these significant events with a special!

Heroes'/Remembrance Day: British Tech Tree Focus (8-15 November)

Event Start: 08 November, 2013  (Friday) @ 13:30 - 14:00 UTC+8 (06:00 UTC)

Event End: 15 November, 2013 (Friday) @ 13:30 - 14:00 UTC+8 (06:00 UTC)

Please note that timings are not fixed and may vary within that range.

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Tank Trivia: Heroes' Day

  • Heroes' Day (Hari Pahlawan) is celebrated every year on 10th November in Indonesia.
  • It commemorates the Battle of Surabaya which took place in 1945.
  • The battle was fought between pro-independence Indonesian soldiers and militia against British and Dutch troops as a part of the Indonesian National Revolution.
  • Surabaya, Indonesia's 2nd-largest city, was captured by British Indian troops.
  • The battle helped strengthen local and international support for Indonesian independence.

Tank Trivia: Remembrance Day

  • Remembrance Day is observed on 11 November to honor the day violence of World War I ended in 1918.
  • It was a day of remembrance for the soldiers who died in World War I's battles.
  • The red remembrance poppy became a symbol of Remembrance Day in reference to the war poem "In Flanders Fields".