From: Leavenworth, KS, USA
I had a different issue/question with the General Petrov scenario. In the board game (at least the first edition) killing Petrov was supposed to be an instant win for the Germans (I remember this because the first time I played with my opponent I won the scenario on my second dice roll--once to get initiative, and the second time to fire my mortar on him... we spent more time figuring out if it was really a win, but even Ewe conceded that it was valid if very, very lucky).
Anyway, I was interested in trying this in the computer game, but couldn't get the firing solution on the buildings, so went ahead and did it the hard way. I did manage to kill the general on the last turn, but it didn't end immediately, and the result was a draw with each side losing three units (for the Soviets one lost unit was the general).
So is this just a change in the scenario victory conditions from what I remembered, or is it a glitch?