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Buchholz Station ETO (id:#56516)
Avalon Hill (Classic ASL ID:I)
Prior Publication: SL 7, AH: The General 24-1 ASL I(Revision: MMP Website (Download))
See Also: Buchholz Station by Avalon Hill Buchholz Station by Multi-Man Publishing
Designer: John Hill, Updated by Jon Mishcon
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The original German opening for the Battle of the Bulge was somewhat subdued. German infantry, with little armor support, was to seize key road junctions early so the armored formations could quickly pass through and exploit a breakthrough. One such place was the town of Buchholz, which sat alongside an abandoned railroad. It was held by a company of American infantry who were lined up for chow outside the town when a company of the German 27th Fusilier Regiment came down the road. Neither side expected to find the other here, and there was a dramatic moment of mutual surprise as both sides scrambled to deploy.
Attacker: German (Advance Company of Fusilier Regiment 27, 12th Volksgrenadier Division)
Defender: American (Company L, 3rd Battalion, 349th Infantry Regiment, 99th Infantry Division)  
Turns: 10     Players: 2     OBA: None     Night: No
Buchholz, Germany 1944-12-16
Unit Counts:
Squads: A:11.0 D:11.0
AFVs: A:0 D:4
M3 ht x 1
2 1/2-Ton x 2
1/4 Ton Jeep x 1

Guns: A:0 D:0
Victory Conditions:
Exit VP: Building Control VC: Area Control VC:
Unit Based VC: LOS Style VC: CVP Cap:
Misc Rules: All American vehicles start in Motion, and facing due east.
Map Board(s): 3 4
Overlays: NONE
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2015-12-06(A) Michael Dorosh vs Colin Emerson American win
2015-12-06(D) Colin Emerson vs Michael Dorosh American winGermans need to sit back and engage at long range when possible. Tough for them I think.
2014-07-23(A) Jeff B vs Daniel Soukup American winThe Germans had poor rout paths while the Americans had plenty. Control of the road is an absolute must for the Germans to try and improve their position.
2010-11-07(A) Jeff T vs Jvan German winGermans pushed hard early to engage the Americans on the West edge of the ridge. A casualty reduced squad and a 1st line squad killed in CC gave an early lead. A German 8-0 was brained by the US sniper early so it was 3-1 early. The turning point was the 10-2 German and an 8-3-8 destroying the US halftrack on the ridgeline in CC for 3 points. The Germans wore down the Americans, breaking them often and keeping them DM to prevent rallying. Germans had enough to exit but reduced a berserk squad to go over the 13 CVP. Fun old school scenario.
2006-01-25(D) Fred Ingram vs Dave McLee American win
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Estimated Play time: 6.7 hours
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Buchholz Station [Confirmed]
[A] German 50
[D] American 45
Sunday 16 June 2019 03:49:00 AM  (c)dramsey 2019