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Lost Youth

New Game Scenario for Iron Cross Wargame!

(Compatible with both editions!)

Caen, Normandy Region, France – 11th June, 1944, 8:30 AM: Operation Perch was designed to establish the threat of a British breakthrough to the southeast of Caen. XXX Corps was tasked with this operation, with the 50th (Northumbrian) Infantry Division responsible for capturing the road to Tilly-sur-Seulles. The 7th Armored Division would then lead the charge towards Mont Pinšon. On June 9, Montgomery issued orders for a pincer movement to capture Caen. The eastern arm of the attack was assigned to I Corps, which included the 51st (Highland) Infantry Division. The defenders are the Panzer Lehr Division and part of the 12th SS Panzer Division. The Battle begins!

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