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Scenario#: 31     Date: 1918-08-31     Location: Fremicourt, France

"At 5 a.m., the enemy barraged our front line, and half an hour later launched a strong counterattack. As the advancing Germans approached the line, it was seen that they were accompanied by tanks, a new experience for our men. …

Great War CommanderBritish Expeditionary Force

Scenario#: 28     Date: 1918-04-24     Location: Villers-Bretonneux, France

Five minutes after dawn Group l's “heavy field kitchen's” initiated their attack on Villers-Bretonneux. After passing into no man's land ahead of the accompanying 207RIR, Lotti and unnamed A7V 560 stopped to eliminate machine-gun nests to get the…

Great War CommanderBritish Expeditionary Force

Scenario#: 22     Date: 1916-07-01     Location: Beaumont-Hamel, France

At 7:30 am, the 86th and the 87th Brigade of the 29th Infantry Division attacked, but failed to clean out and occupy the German lines. The Newfoundland Battalion, as part of 88th Brigade, was ordered to reinforce the effort and …

Great War CommanderBritish Expeditionary Force

Scenario#: 29     Date: 1918-04-08     Location: Cerisy, France

At 4.20, as the artillery opened intense fire on the whole front of attack, the British infantry and tanks advanced to the assault. The tanks crashed into Cerisy knocking down buildings and opening fire on the German garrison. Three companies …

Great War CommanderBritish Expeditionary Force

Scenario#: 23     Date: 1916-07-15     Location: Bois Delville, France

Major General Furse ordered the 1st South African Brigade to attack Delville Wood, and to take it at all costs. This advance was to proceed, even if the 26th and 27th Brigades had not captured the north of Lougueval. The …

Great War CommanderBritish Expeditionary Force

Scenario#: 26     Date: 1918-04-24     Location: Villers-Bretonneux, France

A soldier reported to 2nd Lieutenant Franck Mitchell, commander of Mark IV tank Al (4086) that enemy tanks were about. Mitchell opened a loophole and saw the A7V tank "Nixe" (561) approaching half a kilometre away. As neither Mitchell nor …

Great War CommanderBritish Expeditionary Force

Scenario#: 27     Date: 1918-04-24     Location: Villers-Bretonneux, France

What if 2nd Lieutenant Franck Mitchell, commander of Mark TV tank A1 (4086) while ordering his gunner and machine gunners to better target “Nixe” spotted a new threat: A7Vs "Siegfried” (525) and “Schnuck” (504)…? What if “X” Company's Whippets…

Great War CommanderBritish Expeditionary Force

Scenario#: 21     Date: 1915-03-10     Location: Neuve-Chapelle, France

As the battlefield around the village is flat country and the ground is cut by many small drainage ditches, the Germans were not able to dig trenches in this area, but constructed instead above ground breastworks. This defense was easily …

Great War CommanderBritish Expeditionary Force

Scenario#: 24     Date: 1917-10-26     Location: Passchendaele, Belgium

The 43rd Battalion was assigned the objective of capturing Bellevue Spur, an adjoining hill with a trench system considered a main line of defence at Passchendaele Ridge. At first they made good progress with their advance but were soon caught …

Great War CommanderBritish Expeditionary Force

Scenario#: 32     Date: 1918-11-01     Location: Sebourg, France

The last German tank action of the war occured when Abteilungen 12 (Beute), 13 and 14 (Beute) were deployed to support a counterattack by the 28th Division near Sebourg. Between them, Abteilung 12 and 13 fielded only five Mark IV …

Great War CommanderBritish Expeditionary Force

Scenario#: 19     Date: 1914-08-23     Location: Mons , Belgium

At 6 pm the Gordons were still holding their line on the Faubourgd'Havré-Malplaquet road, defying the enemy who seemed to have reverted to their tactics of pressing forward in massed, closed ranks. But the pressure was telling. The 18 pdrs …

Great War CommanderBritish Expeditionary Force

Scenario#: 25     Date: 1918-03-21     Location: Saint Quentin, France

Posthumous Victoria Cross citation for Lieutenant-Colonel Wilfrith Elstob, Commanding Officer, 16th Battalion Manchester Rifles: For most conspicuous bravery, devotion to duty and self-sacrifice during operations at Manchester Redoubt, near St.…

Great War CommanderBritish Expeditionary Force

Scenario#: 18     Date: 1914-08-23     Location: Nimy , Belgium

Around the village of Nimy, the 4th Royal Fusiliers were engaged defending two bridges over the Canal du Centre, from about 7 am until forced to withdraw around 2 pm. Lieutenant Dease, a machinegun officer, won the first VC of …

Great War CommanderBritish Expeditionary Force

Scenario#: 17     Date: 1914-08-23     Location: Obourg , Belgium

The British Expeditionary Force arrived on the 21st, cavalry patrols clashed on the 22nd, and on the 23rd nine and a half British battalions along a nine-mile front fought all day to hold off four German divisions from von Kluck's …

Great War CommanderBritish Expeditionary Force

Scenario#: 20     Date: 1914-08-23     Location: Mons , Belgium

Field Marshal Sir John French had courageously agreed to hold the canal line for twenty four hours while the French 5 Armée reorganised its line; the time was nearly up. 3rd Division's 8th Brigade had withdrawn from Mons into the …

Great War CommanderBritish Expeditionary Force

Scenario#: 30     Date: 1918-08-09     Location: Chipilly Ridge, France

General Pershing continues to struggle with his Allies who want to take and absorb his American units into their own armies. One such division is the 33rd from Illinois. Since June it has trained with British lll Corps at the …

Great War CommanderBritish Expeditionary Force

Scenario#: A050     Date: 10/27/1942     Location: El Alamein, Egypt

In an ill-organized night attack during Operation Lightfoot, a battalion of the British 7th Motor Brigade had thrust forward to seize a German-held position. However, unaware that their maps were faulty, the men and carriers advanced along an…

Advanced Squad LeaderASL Annual 92

Scenario#: A117     Date: September 13, 1747     Location: Bergen op Zoom, Netherlands

Siege of Bergen op Zoom (1747)

Horse & MusketAnnual #1

Scenario#: AN18     Date: July 21, 1798     Location: Embabeh, Egypt

Battle of the Pyramids

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Scenario#: HM13     Date: July 2, 1644     Location: Long Marston, England

Battle of Marston Moor

Horse & MusketHorse & Matchlock

Scenario#: A411     Date: October 14, 1806     Location: Jena, Germany

Battle of Jena–Auerstedt

Horse & MusketAnnual #4

Scenario#: A412     Date: October 7, 1780     Location: King’s Mountain, South Carolina

Battle of Kings Mountain

Horse & MusketAnnual #4

Scenario#: A215     Date: July 23, 1758     Location: Sandershausen, Germany

Battle of Sandershausen

Horse & MusketAnnual #2

Scenario#: J047     Date: 2/8/1941     Location: Beda Fomm, Libya

The famed Desert Rats were on the move. Heading for the African coast through the Saleh/Beda Fomm area, they planned to set up ambush positions against the large Italian motorized columns retreating from Benghazi towards Tripoli. The 2nd Royal Tank…

Advanced Squad LeaderASL Journal #3

Scenario#: A314     Date: December 29, 1778     Location: Savannah, Georgia

Capture of Savannah

Horse & MusketAnnual #3

Scenario#: A203     Date: June 27, 1743     Location: Dettingen, Germany

Battle of Dettingen

Horse & MusketAnnual #2

Scenario#: A318     Date: September 19, 1779     Location: Savannah, Georgia

Siege of Savannah

Horse & MusketAnnual #3

Scenario#: A209     Date: July 20, 1651     Location: Inverkeithing, Scotland

Battle of Inverkeithing

Horse & MusketAnnual #2

Scenario#: A303     Date: April 25, 1781     Location: Camden, South Carolina

Battle of Hobkirk's Hill

Horse & MusketAnnual #3

Scenario#: A307     Date: May 10, 1796     Location: Lodi, Italy

Battle of Lodi

Horse & MusketAnnual #3

Scenario#: A310     Date: September 7, 1757     Location: Moys, Poland

Battle of Moys

Horse & MusketAnnual #3

Scenario#: A313     Date: September 1, 1644     Location: Perth, Scotland

Battle of Tippermuir

Horse & MusketAnnual #3

Scenario#: A212     Date: June 6, 1757     Location: Prague, Czech Republic

Battle of Prague (1757)

Horse & MusketAnnual #2

Scenario#: A204     Date: September 3, 1650     Location: Dunbar, Scotland

Battle of Dunbar (1650)

Horse & MusketAnnual #2

Scenario#: A410     Date: March 27, 1814     Location: Horseshoe Bend, Alabama

Battle of Horseshoe Bend

Horse & MusketAnnual #4

Scenario#: A317     Date: August 16, 1717     Location: Belgrade, Serbia

Siege of Belgrade (1717)

Horse & MusketAnnual #3

Scenario#: 8     Date: 1 December 1942     Location: Gorowatka, Luchessa Valley, Russia

As the vast size and scope of the Russian attack through the Luchessa Valley became apparent, it was realized that the battered GD Infantry Division lay at the focal point of the offensive. The Grenadier Regiment GD (less II Battalion) …

Fighting FormationsGrossdeutschland Motorized Infantry Division

Scenario#: A302     Date: August 20, 1794     Location: Maumee, Ohio

Battle of Fallen Timbers

Horse & MusketAnnual #3

Scenario#: A406     Date: August 16, 1777     Location: Walloomsac, New York

Battle of Bennington

Horse & MusketAnnual #4

Scenario#: A305     Date: February 2, 1645     Location: Inverlochy, Scotland

Battle of Inverlochy (1645)

Horse & MusketAnnual #3

Scenario#: 170     Date: 6/23/1944     Location: Vyborg, Finland

After losing the important city of Viipuri to the Soviets, the Finns withdrew to the next natural defense barrier, the Kivisilta Strait. A small Soviet force crossed at the narrowest part of the strait and formed a bridgehead, and Finnish GHQ ordered…

Advanced Squad LeaderASL 14 - Hakkaa Päälle!

Scenario#: S05     Date: September 22, 1942     Location: Stalingrad, Russia

The 13th Guards Division fought bravely and suffered tremendous losses after rushing into the burning city. Their sacrifice saved the 62nd Army from collapse. The German all out assault forces the command post of the 42nd Guards Rifle Regiment into …

Old School TacticalStalingrad

Scenario#: P04     Date: 6 June, 1944     Location: Pointe Du Hoc, France

The next German effort came shortly after 1600 and was much more dangerous. It hit the right end of Company F’s thin line. Two BAR’S as well as the mortar section were on this wing, but only afew riflemen, and …


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Scenario#: 4232     Date: 5/27/1942     Location: Gazala, Libya

By late morning, his left flank overrun by the coordinated mass of German Panzers, General Neil Ritchie, commander of the Eighth Army, ordered two armored brigades of Norrie's 1st Armoured Division south to the rescue. Moving in column, the 22nd …

Memoir '44Mediterranean Theater

Scenario#: SFCG3     Date: 1945-02-15     Location: Manila, Philippines

After the troopers of 1st Cavalry Division reached the shore of Manila Bay on 12 February, they turned their attention north. In their advance toward the dock facilities and the Walled City, the cavalrymen would encounter a number of Japanese…

Advanced Squad LeaderSword and Fire: Manila

Scenario#: 57     Date: 28 July 1944     Location: Saint-Denis-le-Gast, France

In late July 1944, the German and Allied armies were still locked in close combat in the hedgerows and small towns of Normandy. On July 28 a German attack led by elements of the 2nd Panzer Division smashed into the …

Tide of IronDesigner Series

Scenario#: 56     Date: 11-Jul-44     Location: Saint-Lo, Normandy, France

On 11 July, XIX Corps was ordered to attack southward toward St. Ló as part of a First Army offensive to push the German Seventh Army out of Normandy. The 29th Division was ordered to attack and seize key terrain …

Combat CommanderBattle Pack #3: Normandy

Scenario#: 9     Date: 214-BC     Location: Benevento, Italy

Desperate for manpower to replace the losses at Cannae, the Romans found a unique solution. They formed two legions from slaves. They were given to the Consul Gracchus who saw their potential and trained them well. Two years later, still …

Commands & Colors: AncientsC&C Ancients

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