The German Army had failed to take the city of Voronezh by early summer 1942. Three Russian bridgeheads remained in strength on the west bank of the Don River posing a threat to the entire front. The Hungarian Army was entrusted with clearing these bridgeheads. The newly arrived 1st Armored Field Division, freshly equipped with German-made tanks, sallied forth in hopes of clearing the Russians from the west bank. . .
Attacker: Hungarian (1st Motorized Infantry, 7th Light Infantry Division and 30/3 Heavy Company, 1st Armoured Field Division and 30/I Tank)
Defender: Russian (293rd Division and the 10th Tank Division)
Turns: 9 Players: 2 OBA: None Night: No
Uriv, Russia 1942-07-18
Squads: A:20.0 D:18.5
AFVs: A:16 PzKpfw IVF2 x 5 LT vz 38(t)E x 3 38M Toldi I x 3 PzKpfw IVF1 x 3 40M Nimrod x 2
D:9 Valentine V(b) x 2 Stuart III(a) x 4 T-34 M41 x 3