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Vehicle:Hummel Self Propelled Artillery

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Hummel Self Propelled Artillery
Image:vehicle_pnze_hummel.png Health 400 Max Speed 3 Sight 35
Cost image:Manpower.png480image:Fuel.png120 Acceleration 1 Detection 0/0
Time 45 Deceleration 3
Hotkey: Population 12 Rotation 50 Target Type armour_hummel
Upkeep 10.944 Crush Human Critical Type armour
Crush Mode Rear Damage Enabled true

   Hummel Self Propelled Artillery Veterancy



  • Locking down the Hummel increases the range and speed at which the Hummel fires its salvo.
  • After firing, move the Hummel to another location; the enemy cannot kill something that isn't there.
  • Keep this unit supported; even a stray Greyhound can wreak havoc on a lone Hummel.
  • With no Overwatch ability, like the British Priests, you must keep your eyes peeled for large concentrations of enemy troops or structures in important areas.


The Hummel was a self-propelled artillery gun armed with a 15 cm howitzer. It was used by the German Wehrmacht during the Second World War from late 1942 until the end of the war.

The Hummel first participated in large scale combat at the Battle of Kursk, when some 100 Hummels were in service. They served in armored artillery battalions or Panzerartillerie Abteilungen of the Panzer divisions, forming separate heavy self-propelled artillery batteries, each with 6 Hummels and one ammunition carrier.

Five Hummels survive. They may be seen at the Munster Deutsches Panzermuseum, the Wehrtechnische Studiensammlung in Koblenz and the Sinsheim Auto & Technik Museum in Germany, the Musée des Blindés in Saumur, France and the Patton Museum of Cavalry and Armor in Fort Knox, Kentucky.


   Hummel Self-Propelled Artillery


Called In Using

   Hummel 150mm Self-Propelled Howitzer


Vehicle Abilities

   Vehicle Cover


   Hummel 150mm Howitzer Barrage


   Rapid Fire Artillery


Vehicle Weapons

   150mm Hummel Howitzer