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Tango01 Supporting Member of TMP18 Aug 2022 8:17 p.m. PST

"We played our next game in the Normandy campaign yesterday, in game 1 the Germans had failed to defend Lion-sur-Mer and had retreated to Hermanville-sur-Mer. The British platoon (A/1) decided to follow up their victory by pursuing the German platoon (10.Kp.IR.736) into the town. In this case they were trying to capture the main crossroads where the Marie and Eglise Sainte Pierre were situated. Rather than going up the main route through Hermanville-sur-Mer, they were commanded to advance on their right flank through some bocage lined fields. We set the game up as an "Attack on an Objective"…"


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