At Hervorst, a village slightly north of Goch that was also part of the Siegfried line, a company of Camerons bumped up against several enormous pillboxes. They had concrete walls 3-feet thick and were cleverly camouflaged under dirt and grass, with only gun slits showing. Each pillbox contained a 150mm gun, which the Camerons needed to silence. Commander Major Donald Callander had an array of armor support available to assist with the assault.
Attacker: British (5th Queen's Own Cameron Highlanders, 152nd Brigade, 51st Highland Division/79th Armoured Division)
Defender: German (86th Infanterie Korps)
Turns: 6.5 Players: 2 OBA: German Night: No
Hervorst, Germany 1945-02-15
Squads: A:15.0 D:12.0
AFVs: A:7 Churchill VII x 2 Churchill AVRE x 2 Churchill Crocodile x 2 M5(a) x 1