It is known for its line "Not a step back!"
It is known for its line "Not a step back!" (Russian: Ни шагу назад!, romanized: Ni shagu nazad!), which became the primary slogan of the Soviet press in summer 1942.
Not One Step Back is the first of many missions in Call of Duty: Finest Hour. The player starts on a small boat moving across the water to Stalingrad, which the Germans have taken. The objective is to penetrate the German defenses and begin the assault on Stalingrad. Aleksandr Sokolov (playable). As the player starts on a boat, the only thing the player can do is look around and watch as the boat approaches the docks
Took the opportunity to attempt making a radio antenna on my own for the first time, and it can be seen protruding from the right side of the tank.
Took the opportunity to attempt making a radio antenna on my own for the first time, and it can be seen protruding from the right side of the tank. I pinwashed and added paint chipping effects to the front of the tank as well. It might not be very clear in this image, but I attempted to weather the tracks slightly by painting them with a red-brown wash to give them a muddied look.
Early German successes against Russia had emboldened Hitler in his goal of taking Leningrad and Stalingrad.
Not one step back! That must now be our watchword. Can we take the blows of the enemy and push them back to the west? Yes, we can, because our factories in the rear are doing excellent work and the front is receiving ever more aircraft, tanks, artillery and mortars. Is there something we lack?