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Cemetery Hill (version 2.0) MTO (id:#57424)
Critical Hit (Platoon Leader 2.0 ID:PL G)
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GermanGreek / New Zealand
This Platoon Leader campaign game, 6 campaign dates long, features an attack by German paratroopers on Greek and New Zealand troops on the island of Crete in May 1941. German paradrop and glider landings. . . .This was to be the first in history, a major assault that would be performed by airborne forces in the initial stages. After the German paratroopers had captured the necessary airfields, regular German infantry would be flown and shipped to Crete. The defenders of the island distributed the available Greek troops among the veteran New Zealand units. The 6th Greek Regiment (2 battalions of mostly green recruits) was assigned to cover the high ground, known as Cemetery Hill, just south of the village of Galatas. Little did the N.Z. commander know he had put the Greeks directly in the path of the coming storm. The German 3rd Fallschirmjaeger Regiment had specific orders to attack Galatas. At 0730 on May 21, the German parachutists began rolling out of the side doors of the Ju-52s in sticks to carry out their orders.
Attacker: German (3rd Fallschirmjaeger Regiment)
Defender: Greek / New Zealand (Greek 6th Regiment and N.Z. 10th Brigade)  
Turns: 36-48     Players: 2     OBA: Greek / New Zealand     Night: No
Galatas Village & Cemetery Hill, Crete 1941-05-20
Unit Counts:
Squads: A:unknown D:unknown
AFVs: A:0 D:0
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: Ov6, Treat Grain as Brush. CH: PL G w A: PD, GL w D: AS
Map Board(s): 6 11 12
Overlays: Hill Gully Galatas Village Cemetery OG3 OG4
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hoxson1 Modified the Unit Elements2018-07-19 20:03:50
hoxson1 Modified the overview2018-07-19 20:03:21
hoxson1 Modified the misc. rules2018-07-19 19:52:43
hoxson1 Uploaded an Image2018-07-19 19:51:25
hoxson1 Updated the Victory Conditions2018-07-19 19:49:43
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2018-04-26(A) Tom Kearney vs Lindsey Murillo German winThis CG lasted to firefights. In the first the Germans took the hill to establish a support by fire position. In the second they captured the cemetery and most of the village. The Commonwealth player conceded.
2018-01-01(A) Jim Rupp vs James L. Greek / New Zealand winHad a good going for the first two turns of the first firefight, with almost gaining the cemetery. Turn 3 turned the odds with all attacks not making a scratch while James' MGs and Greeks doing a tap dance on my Elite squads. I called it after having 6 out of 9 full squads dying due to FTR in turn 5. I might have been able to hang on, but my personal MC failed after seeing most of my line lifted from the map in one turn.
2011-03-18(A) fabrizio da pra vs Andrea Pagni German win
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Estimated Play time: 0.5 hours
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Cemetery Hill [Confirmed]
[A] German 4
[D] Greek/New Zealand 8
Sunday 18 August 2019 03:19:36 PM  (c)dramsey 2019