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Valour at Casa Berardi ETO (id:#63013)
(Valour at Casa Berardi ID:CASLO 4)
Designer: George Kelln
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At 07.30 hrs, the Vandoos started out for Casa Berardi under heavy shellfire, crossing the “Gully” at a point deemed “its least formidable”. Once across, “C” Company, under the command of Captain Paul Triquet, was ordered to perform a right flanking manoeuvre, which would enabled the remainder of the Battalion to attack Casa Berardi from the front. “C” Company, apart from Captain Triquet himself, was reduced to a fighting strength of two sergeants and fifteen men, armed with small arms, and a woefully low on ammunition; while the accompanying Ontarios, under command of Major “Snuffy” Smith, had four tanks left- two of them bogged in the thick mud nearby. Captain Triquet decided that with the Germans to the front, on the flanks, and in behind them, “The only safe place was on the objective itself!” and with these slender resources, organized his defences against a counter-attack; issuing the order Ils ne passeront pas (They shall not pass!). Surrounded, the handful of men drew back from the crossroads; however, the battle was not yet done. The Germans persisted in trying to overrun the handful of French- Canadians lodged around the farmhouse; launching infantry and tank attacks piecemeal against the Vandoos, as they arrived..
Attacker: Canadian (Royal 22nd Regiment)
Defender: German (3rd Fallschirmjäger Regiment)  
Turns: 10     Players: 2     OBA: Both     Night: No
Casa Berardi, Italy 1943-12-13
Unit Counts:
Squads: A:9.0 D:12.0
AFVs: A:7 D:5
Guns: A:0 D:2
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Exit VP: Building Control VC: Area Control VC:
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Map Board(s): Casa Berardi
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hoxson1 Modified the Title2018-06-12 16:36:12
hoxson1 Modified the overview2018-06-12 16:35:46
hoxson1 Modified the maps2018-06-12 16:33:27
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Captain Paul Triquet won the Victoria Cross for his heroics
 
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Estimated Play time: 11.1 hours
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