The day began with a pre-dawn shower of Russian artillery shells all along the German positions south of Stalingrad. As the barrage lifted, Sgt. Albert Pfluger and his men peered out of their foxholes in time to see three T-34s advancing slowly through a smoke screen. Sgt. Pfluger had had the auspicious foresight to position a 75mm gun on his right flank – squarely in the path of the Russian tanks. As the first tank came into full view, the anti-tank gun roared to life and the skirmish began. . .
Attacker: Russian (64th Army)
Defender: German (279th Infantry Division)
Turns: 7 Players: 2 OBA: None Night: No
South of Stalingrad, Russia 1942-11-30
Squads: A:10.0 D:4.0
AFVs: A:3 T-34 M41 x 3
Guns: A:0 D:1 7.5cm PaK 97/38 x 1 5cm leGrW 36 x 1