By Warlord Games
Take the struggle to the enemy with this new theatre e-book for Bolt motion. From the D-Day landings to the ultimate conflict for Berlin, this quantity offers gamers every little thing they should concentration their gaming on those ultimate campaigns within the ecu Theatre of Operations. eventualities and distinct ideas provide anything for all Bolt motion gamers, whatever the armies they gather.
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Extra resources for Battleground Europe D-Day to Germany
Since the Allies had long since decoded the German ‘enigma’ machine, their radio traffic was an open book. SAS INFANTRY SECTION Captain David Stirling’s SAS (Special Air Service) had carved their regiment’s name in the annals of history through their daring raids in the Western Desert. With the North African campaign won by the Allies, the SAS were split up to prey on German and Italian forces in other theatres. Whilst some units fought in Sicily, Italy and other areas of the Mediterranean, it is the squadrons that relocated to fight in north-west Europe that interests us here.
SCENARIO 1: AIRBORNE NIGHT FIGHT In the dark hours before D-Day, a unit of American paratroopers has converged on a small French village to harass the Germans billeted there. The Americans must rout the Germans, while the Germans must push out the American attackers. OPPOSING FORCES This scenario is played between an attacking US or British force and a defending German force. German platoons should be taken from the 1944 – Normandy selector in the Armies of Germany book, but may include no vehicles.
The Invasion of Normandy would be the largest air, land and sea operation in the history of human conflict. Thankfully, that is a record that stands to this day. PREPARATIONS The scope of the operation was vast. It was a daunting task from the start, but the Allies were determined to pry Europe from Hitler’s clutches and were willing to pay dearly for it. Troops trained for up to two years before the actual invasion. Preparation was especially intense for airborne troops, who were using a deployment method that was scarcely tested at the time.
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