Panzer (YAQ): Panzer: A Tactical Game of Armored Combat on the Eastern Front, 1941-1945

Panzer (YAQ): Panzer: A Tactical Game of Armored Combat on the Eastern Front, 1941-1945

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Nimm Das Jetzt!
After the failure of the 1st Panzer Division to take Hill 239, the III Panzer Corps made a last ditch effort to relieve the forces in the Cherkassy pocket. The 1st SS Panzer Division “LAH” was ordered to attack Hill …

The battles on the Dnieper had been bitter and costly. The salient at Cherkassy was the last crossing still held by the Germans. In January, Russian armored pincers had torn past the salient, boldly netting a pocket containing 7 German …

First Crisis at Army Group North
When Army Group North moved toward the River Dvina, the Russian command responded by detailing the 3rd Mechanized Corps to meet and destroy Manstein’s units. On June 24th, the Soviet armored force made contact with the 6th Panzer Division, the …

Driven To The Bottle
Three days after the start of the Red Army spring offensive, German situation maps showed huge gaps in the front line in southern Russia where there were no units to stem the runaway Soviet assault on Kharkov. While the Russian …

The Puma Prowls
During the destruction of Army Group Center the German front became pierced at many points. As the battlefield situation became more fluid, reliable information was of crucial importance to both sides. In the midst of the fighting an unusual clash …

The Paw Of The Tiger
Throughout the winter of ‘42-’43, the Soviets launched repeated attacks to relieve the siege of Leningrad. The hard-pressed Germans rebuffed one attack after another, but in so doing, their lines became progressively thinner. Finally, the Germans had…

Hube’s Pocket
The March Russian offensive to drives the Germans back to the Carpathian Mountains had been successful. Partially due to Hitler’s “stand-fast” order, many large German formations were encircled. Among them was the entire First Panzer Army of General…

Tiger, Tiger
After the Russians captured Krasny Bor, lead armored units approached the village of Chernichevo in the effort to a large portion of the German 18th Army. On the night of the 10th, a German kampfgruppe was sent to block the …

Soldiers Of Destruction
The men of the SS Totenkopf Division had stalled the advance of the Firth Guards Tank Army in late September. Then, silence. No fighting had occurred for the past three weeks. Replacements arrived; weapons were stripped and cleaned. The three …

Land Leviathans
Under pressure to hold Smolensk, Yeremenko was desperate to halt the German offensive. On 1 July, he committed his sole armored reserve: the 1st Moscow Motorized Rifle Division. It was a crack unit, the pride of STAVKA. Equipped with the …

The Nikopol Bridgehead
After the Germans had suffered multiple defeats at the hands of the Russians during the Summer of 1943, the Germans held only two positions on the east bank of the Dnieper River. The Nikopol and Kanev Bridgeheads were the last …

Operation “Morning Watch"
Operation Morning Watch ‘Fruhlingserwachen’ was Hitler's plan to relieve the IX SS Mountain Corps which was trapped in the besieged city of Budapest. Often called the "Ardennes of the East', this operation was to be the German's last attempt to …

Zitadelle - The Retreat
On July 12, the German and Russian armored forces met to the west of Prokhorovka in the Ukraine. Nearly 1,300 tanks and assault guns clashed in what was to become the largest tank battle in history. The battle raged, in …

Zitadelle - The Assault
In the summer of 1943 the huge Kursk Salient stretched from Orel in the north to Kharkov in the south. The Germans were determined to eliminate the bulge and regain the territory lost to the Soviets in their '42 winter …

Night Attack
During the Russian winter offensive of 1943/1944, the Red Army had reached the frontier of the Baltic States, Latvia, Estonia and Lithuania. The German High Command realized that the Baltic States had to be held for political as well as …

The Drive to the Ukraine
The Russian spring offensive of 1944 caught the German High Command by surprise and unprepared. On March 3, 1944, the Russian Forces of the 2nd Ukrainian Front attacked from Zvenigorodka through Uman, with a secondary thrust from Kirovograd towards…

To the Gates of Berlin
At this point the war in Europe was nearly over. The Russian Forces were pouring into Germany from the Baltic to the Czechoslovakian border. The remaining German Forces and Townsfolk were called upon again and again to stem the tide …

The Partisans
Composed of peasants, villagers and isolated Russian troops, by this time the Russian partisan forces numbered close to 142,000. Although the effects of the partisans can not be accurately measured, they were a constant thorn in the side of the …
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