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4407-Barkmanns Corner
4407-Barkmanns Corner map
Date July 1944
Location Normandy, France
Belligerents United States United States icon
Germany Germany icon
Focus Tanks
Modes available Conquest

Barkmann's Corner is a map set in Normandy, France. It is fought between United States and Germany.


Both sides start off with one uncapturable base. There are four neutral control points in this map.

Whichever side holds three or more control points will incur a ticket bleed to the other side.

The terrain is mostly flat with few obstructions. Tanks play a dominant role here, but aircraft also play an important part due to the vast terrain.


The map is modified from Gazala, but with terrains flattened and changed to bocage landscape.

The map is named after Ernst Barkmann, a German panzer ace who participated in many tank battles against American forces during the war.

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