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Bread Factory #2 ETO (id:#56105)
Avalon Hill (HASL 1 - Red Barricades ID:RB 3)
(Revision: MMP: Beyond Valor - 2nd Edition)
See Also: Bread Factory #2 by Multi-Man Publishing
Designer: Charles Kibler, Eric Baker, Michael A. Balis
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On 24 October, Panzer Division 14 reached its objective of “Bread Factory #2” just south of the Barrikady. The next day the German assaults against the buildings continued but were soon checked by fierce defensive fire of the Soviet 138th Rifle Division. Sgt. Esser, leading remnants of Motorcycle Battalion 64, crouched in the ruins opposite the squat buildings of the Bread Factory. Across the street lay his company commander -- dead. Behind him sprawled the motionless body of the platoon commander -- also dead. By his side a section leader groaned deliriously, a bullet through his head. Suddenly, Esser went berserk. Leaping to his feet, he screamed "Forward!" and charged across the deadly street, his twelve remaining men close at his heels.
Attacker: German (Kradschuetzenbataillon 64/Panzergrenadier regiment 103/Panzer Division 14)
Defender: Russian (768th Rifle Regiment/Ad Hoc reinforcements of 62nd Army)  
Turns: 6     Players: 2     OBA: None     Night: No
The Bread Factory, Stalingrad, USSR 1942-10-25
Unit Counts:
Squads: A:14.0 D:14.0
AFVs: A:0 D:0
Guns: A:0 D:1
45mm PTP obr. 32 x 1
Victory Conditions:
Exit VP: Building Control VC: Area Control VC:
Unit Based VC: LOS Style VC: CVP Cap:
Misc Rules: RB SSRs. A: 1-time Berserkness for 9-1 leader and his squads
Map Board(s): RB
Overlays: NONE
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von Garvin Added a playing2019-02-05 15:12:43
von Garvin Rated the scenario2019-02-05 15:12:15
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2019-02-02(D) David Garvin vs Andy Hershey German win
2018-06-05(D) Ruben Rigillo vs Francesco Berucci German win
2017-10-22(D) Jeremy Busby vs John Barkoviak Russian win
2017-10-04(A) Richard Jenulis vs John Haughey German winASLOK 2017
2017-06-06(D) Bill Brodie vs Steven Bond German winGermans got a hit on fast, and was in the victory buildings by turn 2. I counterattacked, got back into one of the buildings, but lost the CC when he rolled boxcars. I did kill his 9-1 "hero" in a CC ambush by my 9-1, killing it and a half squad. My gun got into the game, pinning him down a bit, but he just had to much firepower, and my troops failed lots of morale checks. It was all over by the end of turn 4. If the Russians do a bit of damage on the first couple of turns, they can win, but if the Germans get into the victory buildings early, it is very tough for the Russians.
2017-02-03(D) Jim Kloss vs Bob Eury Russian win
2017-01-06(D) Christian Knudsen vs Neil Andrews Russian winDespite some German inroads into the factory buildings in J- and L43, the defensive fires from the H41 building and G43 absolutely eviscerated the fascist aggressors. Neil threw in the towel after I, running low on targets, broke his death star in F36.
2016-07-14(A) Jeremy Busby vs Clyde Longest Russian win
2016-03-17(A) B-E Karlsson vs russian German win
2015-06-26(D) Chris Brackney vs Joss Attridge German winWent to the last 1/2 Turn, just like it always does! :)
2014-06-08(A) Robert Zinselmeyer vs Rick Salisbury German winOpening German Prep Fire and the HMG went on a ROF tear getting off 10 shots, breaking and/or ELRing the Russians in both VC buildings.
2013-03-09(A) Jeff Waldon vs Frank Tozier German winVASL
2013-02-02(A) Brad Hampson vs Don Holland Russian win
2013-01-31(A) Chris Thompson vs Corey Todaro Russian winLots of fun, Germans looked like they had an edge, but the berserker screwed me over pretty bad, as well as a real nasty yahtzee on a hot sniper, and a REALLY nasty CH from the AT gun that knocked me off of my feet.
2013-01-08(A) Brad Hampson vs Robert Munro German win
2012-10-26(A) Lee Hyde vs Craig Benn Russian winFriendly game Pre start of IF 2012. Good learning experience.
2012-10-02(A) Kevin Killeen vs Xavier Vitry Russian winFTF at ASLOK in a mini
2011-03-11(A) Ian Willey vs James Short German winGreat Stalingrad scenario
2009-04-15(D) David Ramsey vs Martin Barker Russian winGreat scenario - perfect introduction to Stalingrad
2007-08-27(A) Aaron Sibley vs Tom Jackson German win
2005-03-31(D) Jason Wert vs Ron Mosher German win
2005-03-22(A) Alan Peterson vs Jim Bishop Russian win
2005-03-03(D) Alan Peterson vs Thomas Weniger German win
2003-02-04(D) Fred Ingram vs Dave McLee Russian win
2002-08-03(A) Alan Peterson vs Stephane Graciet German win
1998-04-26(A) Jason Wert vs Chris Clark Russian win
1997-10-30(A) Fred Ingram vs Dave McLee German win
1992-12-30(D) Kermit Mullins vs Michael Vreeland Russian winPlayed as a 4 man game. Germans = Mike Vreeland & Scott Waites vs. Russians = Kermit Mullins & Patrick McCormick.
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Estimated Play time: 4 hours
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Bread Factory #2 [Confirmed]
[A] German 147
[D] Russian 121
Sunday 24 March 2019 03:07:45 AM  (c)dramsey 2019