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Butchers and Bakers ETO (id:#59983)
(Rally Point # 2 ID:RPT11)
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Designer: Evan E. Sherry
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The 1/5 Welsh were ordered to gain the Falaise road and crossing near Barfour. A change in mission called for the companies to halt at the road. Unfortunately, Battalion HQ lost radio communications with both companies. Lt. Tasker Watkin's B Company continued across the road and later came under murderous machine-gun fire while advancing through a corn field set with booby traps. Lt. Watkins was the last officer remaining. He led a thirty-man bayonet charge against approximately fifty enemy infantry from the 271st Infantry Division's Bakery and Slaughter House Companies, practically wiping them out. Finally, at dusk, separated from the rest of the battalion, Watkins ordered his men to scatter and after he had personally neutralized an enemy machine-gun nest, he led them back to safety. Lt. Watkins' intrepid leadership saved his men and directly determined the outcome of the battle. For his actions at Barfour, Lieutenant Tasker Watkins was awarded the Victoria Cross.
Attacker: British (Elements of 1/5th Battalion, The Welsh Regiment, 53rd Welsh Division)
Defender: German (Elements of Bakery and Slaughter House Kompanies, Infanterie Division 271)  
Turns: 5.5     Players: 2     OBA: None     Night: No
Barfour, Normandy, France 1944-08-16
Unit Counts:
Squads: A:5.0 D:4.0
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: A: 10-2 leader is heroic, but wounds as a leader.
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Overlays: NONE
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2018-11-26(A) Tom Abromaitis vs Travis Crowe German win
2017-10-06(D) Chuck Dye vs JohnH British win
2017-07-07(D) Greg Krane vs Scott Key German winGermans got lucky multiple ROF for its Medium machine gun that immediately wounded and casualty reduced one British leader and casualty reduced a squad. This set the tone for British luck as they didn't break a single German squad until the last turn. British rolled at least three more box cars on rally attempts and morale checks during the game.
2012-10-26(A) Luke Sineath vs Markus Klaas German win
2012-10-13(D) Luke Sineath vs Markus Klaas German win
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Final CC in which the Germans hang on for victory (note exited British offboard at 5VP) (AAR RPT11 - Last Stand and Evacuees.jpg)Imagescrub584
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Final CC in which the Germans hang on for victory (note exited British offboard at 5VP)
Avg Rating: 5.69Votes: 26
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Estimated Play time: 1.1 hours
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Butchers and Bakers [Confirmed]
[A] British 9
[D] German 12
Saturday 24 August 2019 02:03:09 PM  (c)dramsey 2019