Memoir '44: Campaign Books and Campaigns

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Memoir '44: Campaign Books and Campaigns
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The Memoir '44 Campaign Books allow play to continue across multiple scenarios to determine a winner.

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Galatos
By May 24th the Germans had formed a cohesive front; they began advancing east toward Chania. On the 25th, they ran into the bulk of the Allied forces and launched a general attack. Surprised to discover the Germans had artillery, …

Platanias
By late morning on May 23rd, the Fallschirmjägers of Oberst Ramcke had set up a defensive position on the Platanias River bridge near the coast. Inland, Oberst Utz moved to take the village of Modi. Defended by New Zealanders, the …

Prison Valley
The first wave of gliders from Gruppe Mitte's (Center Group) 3rd Fallschirmjäger Regiment had a number of bold objectives: Hauptmann Altmann's men were tasked with silencing a dangerous anti-aircraft battery in the Akrotiri peninsula, while the men…

Airdrop over Rethymno
A second German wave arrived in the afternoon. At 16:15, 2nd Fallschirmjäger Regiment airdropped over Rethymno airfield; but like others in Crete, they all landed scattered along the coast. Elements of the 3rd Battalion quickly managed to regroup and…

Airdrop over Heraklion
News of the German Paratrooper landings reached Brigadier Chappell's headquarters at about the same time the first Fallschirmjägers were landing in Heraklion. Under orders from Chappell, the 2nd Leicester attacked out of the town and into Buttercup…

Maleme Airfield
At 08:00 on May 20, 1941, German Fallschirmjägers jumped over Crete in the first major airborne invasion of the War, landing near Maleme airfield with the goal of securing the runways to facilitate a larger glider-borne invasion. But three New …

Battle of Szack
By 17 September, 1939, most of the Polish reserves and heavy equipment from the forces defending the eastern border of Poland had been sent west to help against the German invasion. When the Soviet forces poured over the border …

Tuchola Forest
The German 2nd Army and 19th Panzer Corps pushed into Poland as part of Unternehmen Fall Weiss. What seemed like good defensive terrain to the Poles had actually been part of the German Army's training area during World War …

Tomaszów Lubelski
Near the town of Tomaszow Lubelski, in the far south east of Poland, the Polish Army twice tried to break through the German encirclement and move further south to the Romanian Bridgehead area. The first attempt, by Army Lublin, …

Battle of Kock
By October 2, 1939, the battle for Poland was all but over. German command assumed that the Polish defenders were so demoralized that it would only take one German battalion to capture Operational Group Polesie, the only Polish military …

Kepa Oksywska
The Polish army occupied the Oksywie Heights outside the city of Gdynia in northern Poland and when the German forces managed to cut off the nearby Hel Peninsula, the region was besieged. The Polish commanders wanted to avoid destroying …

Hel
The Hel Peninsula, including a Polish military port, was one of the longest-defended pockets of Resistance in Operation Fall Weiss. Approximately 3000 Polish defenders held out for almost a month against German ground, air, and naval forces. During…

Bzura River
Starting on 9 September, the Battle of Bzura was the largest battle of Unternehmen Fall Weiss. It was also one of the last battles that involved a significant cavalry contingent. After losing contact with Polish high command, General …

The Avranches Breakthrough
On the morning of July 28 1944, following the initial breakthrough made by the 1St US Army, German troops of 84.Armee Korps found themselves virtually surrounded in the Roncey pocket. The following night, elite German units of Waffen-SS and…

Take Falaise
After Operation Totalize, Montgomery insisted on the necessity to take Falaise so the 1st Canadian Army quickly launched a new offensive: Operation Tractable. After a massive air bombing campaign, the 2nd Canadian Army Corps and 1st Polish Armored…

Tigers versus Kangaroos
While the German Panzer divisions were fighting the Americans around Mortain (Unternehmen Luttich), the 1st Canadian Army attempted to break through the open ground around Caen, advancing toward Falaise. In the night of August, 7th, they attacked…

Cut of the Cotentin
Unable to advance toward Saint-Sauveur-le-Vicomte, the 90th US Infantry Division was soon replaced by two other divisions: the 82nd US Airborne Division and the 9th US Infantry Division. From June 14 on, the American advance westward found itself…

The Scottish Corridor
After the set back of Operation Perch at Villers-Bocage, Montgomery launched a new offensive with VIIIth British Corps in order to outflank Caen on the right. On June 26, Operation Epsom began with an infantry attack; the 15th Scottish Division …

The Charging Bull
After the capture of Caen on July 10, Montgomery aimed to deliver a major blow to his enemies with the help of the 2nd British Army. This Operation, code-named Goodwood, would launch three armored divisions of VIIIth Army Corps east …

The Hedgerow Breach
After the capture of Saint-Lô, 1st US Army, under the command of General Bradley, found itself in position to launch a major offensive to breakthrough the German lines; they had suffered so much attrition they had reached their breaking point. …

The Coup de Main
During the night June 5-6 1944, units of the 6th (British) Airborne Division were dropped east of Caen, between the Orne and Dives rivers. Their objective was: to capture the bridges on the Orne river and the canal (later made …

Drop in the Night: The 101st
During the night June 5-6 1944, the 101st US Airborne Division "Screaming Eagles" was one of two divisions dropped on the Cotentin peninsula. Its objectives were to secure the beach exits, capture the lock at la Barquette, destroy the bridges …

Drop In The Night: 82nd
During the night June 5-6 1944, paratroopers of the three parachute regiments of the 82nd "All American" US Airborne Division were dropped over the Cotentin peninsula. Their objective: to secure their drop zone, capture Sainte-Mère-Eglise and the…

The capture of Biesheim
In Alsace, combats are drawing to an end; the Colmar pocket is being reduced by the 1st French Army, and the troops of the German XIX.Armee, decimated and demoralized. are withdrawing toward Chalampé bridge over the Rhine in a bid …

The Quarry of Cleury
At the beginning of October 1944, after freeing up the city of Besançon, the 3rd US Infantry Division is engaged in the Vosges Mountains. Near the village of Cleurie, they find themselves stopped by a German party entrenched on nearby …
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