We aren't yet actually at the "40 to 1" battle Sabaton has sung about -- and at this rate we may never be!
Partly this is due to the scenario / campaign developers deciding that Guderian's 19th corps (including Rommel) should be plopped somewhere completely unable to get to Wisna (and that the 10th Panzer Division should not even be part of Guderian's command -- but still nowhere near the historical action). So I'm stuck trying to advance on that area with a couple of reserve divisions, against a shockingly large number of Polish defenders -- whom Barth has decided to advance against my weak far-east wing, threatening to overrun and/or pocket them out of existence.
But partly this is due to Barth playing the Polish for all they're worth, under the circumstances. See: advancing local troops around Wisnia (or Viznia or however it's spelled in non-cyrillic), up to threaten my far east wing and thus, by extension, my whole East Prussian campaign.
Consequently I feel like if I'm going to reference that battle by referencing that song, I had better start doing so now! -- except I'm going to use an 8-bit version on a non-monetized video and so hopefully avoid a content strike. (Plus on the Youtube page itself I'm giving links to where to find the music, both Epic-NES-metal's covers and the original Sabaton album, as well as the official YT channel for Sabaton's publishers.)
Also, Ugniavijas returns with another song promoting their other
album (which I might have accidentally mixed up, but really anyone who likes the music should get both).
Enough attributioning. To Turn Two!
(...yes, I know, I need to find or create a better screen thumbnail there.