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Deutsch Lesson ETO (id:#63476)
(Friendly Fire Pack 12 ID:FrF100)
Designer: Michael Koch
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BritishGerman
Overview:
It was the second day of Operation Plunder. British and American divisions had crossed the river Rhine in force while airborne troops had landed to establish a bridgehead for them. Then it was time to extend that bridgehead before the Germans could organize a defensive line. In the morning of 25 March, British armored infantry supported by tanks and tank destroyers moved out to open a corridor for following units. The beginning of the attack started well, but then the British ran into an outpost of Fallschirm-Artillerie–Regiment 7.
Attacker: British (No more details)
Defender: German (Elements of Fallschirm-Artillerie–Regiment 7)  
Turns: 6     Players: 2     OBA: None     Night: No
Mehrhoog, Germany 1945-03-25
Unit Counts:
Squads: A:10.0 D:9.0
AFVs: A:10 D:5
Guns: A:0 D:1
Victory Conditions:
Exit VP: Building Control VC: Area Control VC:
Unit Based VC: LOS Style VC: CVP Cap:
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Map Board(s): 17 y
Overlays: O2 RR3 RR4
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hoxson1 Modified the Unit Elements2019-01-14 16:28:20
mtrodgers99 Added a playing2019-01-14 11:56:50
hoxson1 Modified the turn count2018-10-23 18:38:54
mtrodgers99 Modified the overlays2018-10-20 17:13:14
mtrodgers99 Modified the maps2018-10-20 17:12:46
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2019-01-14(D) Michael Rodgers vs Magnus Rimvall German winI set up two HS and a PSK in a foxhole in hex CC1 to protect the German right flank. I had a 548 with LMG in CC4 and a 447 squad in a foxhole in CC6 adjacent to the wood-road. I was afraid to put that unit in the DD6 woods road hex because of easy overrun, but in the future I would probably do it. I had the captured British ATG in the FF7 building with its CA pointing to the German left flank. I put the three ? in a foxhole in FF8 to confuse where the PSK might be. Magnus attacked mostly up the British right flank. He lost one loaded halftrack to the 447 PF attack, but a second loaded halftrack drove through to unload a PIAT team near the stone wall. The captured British ATG missed on its first shot and broke on its second shot. I destroyed it in the following fire phase. The Germans were able to make use of the road despite the presence of the PIAT team so close. I decided to sacrifice a Stg to take them out, but the PIAT missed and the overrun got them. I put the 9-2 armour leader in the StuH because I wanted to focus on killing infantry. In the early going, I had better luck with TK rolls than Magnus, and I did not lose one AFV during the entire game. The action eventually focussed on the two woods hexes FF7 and FF8 on the German left. Magnus got several squads there, but I just managed to hurt them enough by fire and by CC to win the game. On the last turn, Magnus had 4VP of infantry in those woods and needed to rally up 4 more points to have a chance. I had made them all DM and forced them out of woods, however, and he did not rally them.
2018-09-13(A) Jeff B vs Magnus Rimvall German winI hit the German front line hard with an aim to break through to the middle woods/buildings. It was a bit costly (one tank stunned, one tank MALF'd, one HT destroyed, and two tied up in CC) but I did manage to do so, though 80% of my squads broke in the bailing out process. I had been very concerned about the captured AT gun, but of course it broke first turn. Germans get a boatload of reinforcements first turn and it was going to be a tough two-front battle, holding them off in the east while trying to break my stragglers through in the west. Long story short, I thought I had positioned myself in the woods with enough points for victory, but the Germans managed to tie up enough of my troops in CC to deny them good order. Very fun scenario.
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Avg Rating: 7.00Votes: 2
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Estimated Play time: 6.3 hours
Recorded Games: 2
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