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RE: Submitted Scenarios - 11/4/2019 10:58:04 PM   
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ORIGINAL: Big Ivan


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ORIGINAL: Hailstone

Well, here's a bundle of that Hailstone guy...




Thanks Hailstone, much appreciated!!





Ahhh, I bet you say that to all the hailstones!

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RE: Submitted Scenarios - 11/4/2019 11:09:00 PM   
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Naw, just the ones in the Phoenix, AZ camp. Thanks my friend!!

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RE: Submitted Scenarios - 11/8/2019 10:45:28 PM   
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Hungarian Manors

Obuda, Hungary, December 27, 1944: After the Soviet 2nd and 3rd Ukranian Fronts had encircled
Budapest on the 25th, the tempo of the fighting in Buda had increased. Both sides fed units
piecemeal into the battles developing in the hills surrounding Buda. Units of the 8th SS found
themselves engaged in a fierce, often hand to hand battle to prevent the Soviets from occupying
all of the strategic high ground North and West of Buda.

Game Length: 7 turns

For the Russians to win they must capture both buildings on the hilltops
For the Germans to win they must defend the high ground

Russians: Squads, HMG, MMG's, LMG's, FT, DC's, AFV's
Germans: Squads, HMG's, MMG's, LMG's, PSK, AT Gun, AFV's

Boards: #41

Aftermath: The Soviets stormed up hills, attempting to force the Germans from their defensive
positions, while Soviet and German tanks stalked each other in the narrow streets below. These
battles would go on for almost the entire seige. Only when the defenders ran out of ammunition
would they vacate their hilltop villas which, during the see-saw battles, had been reduced to
rubble heaps.

Source: Coastal Fortress OPT1.1 Hungarian Manors designed by Chris Olden



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RE: Submitted Scenarios - 11/11/2019 12:31:14 AM   
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For those who have served on this Veteran's Day...


Aachen Redoubt

Aachen, Germany, October 14, 1944: "In the early stages of the American attack upon the
first German city to be reached by the Allied forces, two battalions of the 26th Infantry
Division were tasked to force their way into the city from the southeast. Two companies of
the 2nd Battalion, clearing the city block by block, met the strongpoint at St. Elizabeth's
Church, guarding the edge of Farwick Park and the Palace Hotel beyond that contained the
German headquarters. Augmented by the battalion's light and heavy machine-guns firing up the
streets, shelling usually drove the Germans into the cellars where the infantry stormed them
from behind a barrage of hand grenades. Whenever the enemy proved particularly tenacious, the
riflemen used other weapons at their disposal, including demolitions and flamethrowers. After
a few bitter experiences in which the Germans bypassed in cellars and storm sewers emerged in
the rear of the attackers, the riflemen soon learned that speed was less important than pertinacity."
(Excerpt from the book: 'The Seigfried Line Campaign' by Charles B. McDonald)

Game Length: 8 turns

For the Americans to win they must capture two buildings from the German defenders
For the Germans to win they must defend the building strongpoints

Americans: Squads, MMG's, FT's, DC's, BAZ's, ART Gun
Germans: Squads, HMG, MMG, LMG's

Boards: #1

Aftermath: Early on October 14th, when two companies combined to overrun the strongpoint at
St. Elizabeth's Church, the momentum of the attack carried one of the companies a few hundred
yards past the church and into Farwick Park, the big park surrounding the Kurhaus and Palast-Hotel
Quellenof. Yet this company's hold was tenuous at best, for the rest of the Battalion still was
occupied in the buildings on the approaches to the park.

Source: Scenario AY04-T (B060727), Aachen Redoubt



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RE: Submitted Scenarios - 11/15/2019 9:53:56 PM   
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Sherman Marches West

Krupki, Byelorussia, June 28, 1944: Operation Bagration, launched by the Soviets on June 23rd,
was turning out to be highly successful, German reports noted that the Russians no longer
attacked as in the early days with masses of infantry across a broad front but instead employed
concentrated groups of infantry supported by well-controlled fire from heavy weapons with follow
up forces available, once favorable forward positions were established. In addition, the German
high command did not believe that this was the major portion of the Russian summer offensive and
refused to send strategic reserves immediately. Finally, however, the situation on the ground
proved threatening enough that the 5th Panzer Division with Tiger tanks of the attached 505th
Heavy Tank Battalion was sent to resist.

Game Length: 7.5 turns

For the Russians to win they must capture the buildings of the train station
For the Germans to win they must defend the station against the Russian onslaught

Russians: Squads, LMG's, AFV's
Germans: Squads, HMG, MMG, LMG's, PSK's, FT, AT Gun, AFV's

Boards: #T, #V

Aftermath: As the Tigers arrived they advanced to contact with the 3rd Byelorussian Front near Krupki
Railroad Station. The Russians with their lend-lease Shermans had marched west in an effort to surround
the demoralized and retreating elements of Army Group Center at Borisov. A sharp engagement occurred
and while the experienced Tigers inflicted heavy casualties, they could not stop the capture of the
station. Ultimately, the 505th destroyed 128 tanks of the 3rd Byelorussian Front over the following
few weeks but lost all 29 of its own Tigers in the process. The heavy losses to the Russians caused
the relief of Marshal Pavel Rotmistrov, but not before the elimination of some 350,000 German soldiers,
almost all of Army Group Center.

Source: ASL Scenario S24, Sherman Marches West by Ken Dunn




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RE: Submitted Scenarios - 11/15/2019 10:55:27 PM   
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Thanks for your efforts, Hailstone!

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RE: Submitted Scenarios - 11/15/2019 11:26:33 PM   
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RE: Submitted Scenarios - 11/17/2019 8:30:36 PM   
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Here's a Sunday recreation for those who dare...


Smasher Karl

Seelow, Germany, April 16, 1945: With a large bridgehead across the Oder around Kustrin, the
1st Belorussian Front was ready to drive on Berlin. Opposing them was the 56th Panzer Corps
commanded by Lieutenant General Karl Weilding a capable and highly decorated panzer leader
known to his friends as "Smasher Karl".

Game Length: 10 turns

For the Russians to win they must take VP buildings to capture the town of Seelow
For the Germans to win they must prevent the Russians from capturing the town

Russians: Squads, HMG, MMG's, LMG's, Radio, AFV's
Germans: Squads, HMG, MMG, LMG's, Radio, AA Guns, AFV's

Boards: #2, #15, #22

Aftermath: The 8th Guards Army advanced into a hornet's nest. The 54th Panzer Corp pinned down
the Soviets in the most crucial sector for 48 hours until the night of the 17h when in the face
of superior numbers, they conceded the heights.

Source: On All Fronts, Smasher Karl by J.P. Werbaneth, January 1987



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RE: Submitted Scenarios - 11/24/2019 10:36:01 PM   
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Sunday, here we go...

Grunewald

Charlottenburg, Germany, April 26, 1945: Berlin was being crushed in a Soviet vise.
The situation looked hopeless but Hitler believed that Wenck's 12th Army could
disengage from the Americans on the Elbe and race over the Havel River to save the
stricken city. To facilitate this operation the Fuhrer ordered a thousand Hitler
Youth and the 18th Panzergrenadier Division to hold open the bridges and an east-west
corridor into the capital. Suddenly, Soviet spearheads drove through Grunewald, the
city park, striving to close the gap and completely surround Berlin.

Game Length: 8 turns

For the Russians to win they must exit enough troops to surround Berlin
For the Germans to win they must prevent the capital from being surrounded

Russians: Squads, MMG, LMG's, AFV's
Germans: Squads, HMG, MMG, LMG's, PSK's, AT Guns, ART Gun, AFV's

Boards: #5, #6, #23

Aftermath: Even though tremendously outnumbered, the defenders were able to halt the
advance of the 3rd Guards Tank Army for another day. The corridor shrank but the way
was still open for Wenck to save Berlin. The 12th Army was engaged on so many different
fronts that while units did succeed in reaching as far as Potsdam it could move no closer
to Berlin.

Source: On All Fronts, #11, Grunewald by Tim Yaylor, July 1986




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RE: Submitted Scenarios - 11/25/2019 2:42:56 PM   
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Thanks for doing what you do.

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RE: Submitted Scenarios - 11/26/2019 1:31:40 AM   
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Thanks, Ray, you helped made them possible! I just like doing it but, talking about doing it...


Victory at Pratulin

South of Pratulin, Poland, June 22, 1941: For many German units, Operation Barbarossa
began with the crossing of the Bug River. For the 17th and 18th Panzer Divisions, this
crossing was accomplished with specially modified tanks that could travel underwater
to depths of 10 to 15 meters. Originally designed for Operation SeeLowe (the invasion
of England) they were now deployed in Army Group Center's opening move across the Bug
River.

Game Length: 11.5 turns

For the Germans to win they must exit units to expand the bridgehead
For the Russians to win they must contain the German bridgehead

Germans: Squads, MMG's, LMG's, ATR, AFV's
Russians: Squads, MMG, LMG's, ATR's, AFV's

Boards: #4

Aftermath: The initial German thrust outside of Pratulin was quite successful. The Russian
frontier guards were completely surprised. Russian armored cars, however, had shown up and
were harassing the German infantry's bridgehead until the amphibious tanks crossed the Bug
River and attacked. Several armored cars went up in smoke while others fled. The Germans
had successfully expanded their bridgehead by the end of the first day.

Source: On All Fronts, Victory at Pratulin by Jeffrey Sheilds. ASL adaptation by John Letts.
Playtested by the Southern California ASL Club (SEASLC), December 1986




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Dnepr 43 - 11/28/2019 7:51:07 AM   
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Dnepr 43

October 1943, Dnepr River.
After Kursk Battle, the Dnepr is the objective for each one. Attack and counter-attack, bridgehead and kessel,
blood and guts...

Attacker: Russian
Defender: German

Best played on Russian SIDE first / with LOS: 26 Hexes / with RULE: Rico War / with MOD: Yours / etc.

Scenario Length: 8 Game Turns
Victory objective: The side with the required Victory Points is the winner. Both sides gets VPs for owning VP Objectives.
Scenario designer : Battle Academy'Men [ BA2 ]


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RE: Submitted Scenarios - 12/1/2019 10:05:22 PM   
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This is another reason why I live in the Sonoran Desert...


Hell Freezes Over

Panovo, Russia, December 14, 1941: As Operation Typhoon ground to a halt and the brutal
Russian winter closed in, The German Army was left in a position of extreme peril at the
gates of Moscow. Strung out and suffering from heavy casualties, the Germans were in no
position to deal with the cold and the Russian counter-offensive that was brewing. The
German generals pleaded with Hitler to withdraw their frost-bitten and exhausted troops
to more defensible locations. Incredibly, and with rare good sense, Hitler sanctioned
the retreat of his troops. Not a moment too soon. Even as the Germans were pulling back
and digging in, STAVKA was positioning tough and especially equipped Siberian troops and
armor for the counter-offensive. Among the positions, the Germans were determined to hold
was the highway bridge near the town of Panovo. Partially destroyed during Operation Typhoon,
the town still provided the Germans with cover. Grim and shivering infantry of the 3rd
Motorized Rifle Regiment hunkered down in the frozen, burnt-out rubble and waited for the
Russians to appear.

Game length: 8.5 turns

For the Russians to win they must break-through the town of Panovo
For the Germans to win they must prevent the Russian break-through

Russians: Squads, MMG's, LMG's, ATR's, AFV's
Germans: Squads, HMG, MMG's, LMG's, Radio, AT Guns, AFV's

Boards: #12, #33

Aftermath: The Soviets were determined but lacked both leadership and a clearcut strategy.
Russian troops and armor swarmed across the bleak landscape time and again, but the Germans
had entrenched and fortified the key positions into hedgehogs. The Russian attacks were broken
up by German MG and artillery fire, and breakthroughs were headed off by the timely arrival of
German armor and mechanized infantry. In the case of Panovo, the defenders were invested from
several directions at once by Siberian ski troops and armor. Only the intervention of reinforcements
from the 6th Panzer Battalion prevented a breakthrough. German flexibility and combined arms had
driven off this attack. But it would not be the last.

Source: Scenario OTT 4 (version 3.4), Hell Freezes Over by Dan Preston



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RE: Submitted Scenarios - 12/1/2019 11:09:48 PM   
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Hailstone and Rico,

Both of you thanks for the scenarios!!

Big Ivan

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RE: Submitted Scenarios - 12/2/2019 11:16:36 PM   
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Cool John, I'm glad my stuff is enjoyed as long as it doesn't mess with my morning routine
because it ain't stopping...


Just Before Breakfast

September 11, 1944, Arnaville, France: Forced to evacuate Dornot at night,
XX Corps struggled to reinforce the sole remaining foothold it had across
the Moselle at Arnaville. At dawn, the Germans launched a strong counterattack.

Game Length: 7 Turns

For the Germans to win they must take most of the buildings in Arnaville
For the Americans to win they must prevent the Waffen SS from capturing the town

Germans: Squads, MMG's, LMG's, AFV's
Americans: Squads, HMG, MMG, BAZ's, AFV's

Boards: #2, #10, #17

Aftermath: At dawn, a strong counterattack was launched against the 1st Battalion.
Accurate fire from artillery and tank destroyers emplaced above the village of
Arnaville managed to drive the attackers back.

Source: Against All fronts, ASL Tournament (SL Rally '87), Just Before Breakfast,
March 1988




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RE: Submitted Scenarios - 12/3/2019 12:42:48 AM   
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Rock on Sam. I love what you do!!

I don't have to much time for TotH because I am very busy with the Campaign Series right now!
But when my work there is finished I have a truckload of your scenarios to play through and I an eagerly waiting for that day!!

You keep making and I keep downloading and storing. That's a good thing.

Take care Sam and Happy Holidays!!

John

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RE: Submitted Scenarios - 12/4/2019 3:38:26 PM   
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Here's a short tournament scenario...


Prelude to Fall Blau

Kramatorsk area, Russia, May 17, 1942: On May 12th the Soviets made their second
attempt to recapture Kharkov. Missing their initial opportunity, they committed their
second echelon troops. Unfortunately for them, it was too late as the Germans counter-
attacked to the south.

Game Length: 6.5 turns

For the Germans to win they must exit troops to meet with 6th Army to cut off the Russians
For the Russians to win they must stop the German offensive

Germans: Squads, LMG's, AFV
Russians: Squads, MMG, LMG's, ATR

Boards: #4

Aftermath: The 9th Army was not prepared to throw back a German attack. The Germans
threw the Soviets back with superior forces. On May 23rd, Army Group "Kleist" joined
up with the 6th Army to cut the Soviets off from the east. The Kharkov offensive had
failed.

Source: On All Fronts, N.O.W.S. Con, 1986 ASL Tournament Scenario #1, Prelude to Fall Blau
by Bill Sisler, February 1988




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RE: Submitted Scenarios - 12/6/2019 1:54:55 PM   
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Here's another battle in the last days of the Reich but from the other side...


The Final Assault

Berlin, Alsenstrasse, April 30, 1945: The battle for the Reichstag was no
longer in doubt and the only remaining question was the date the former
parliament would fall. The situation was desperate but the defenders still
held. A new Soviet attack was launched at 1130 hours under the shelling
of German guns firing from the Kroll Opera House and soon the infantry
reached the anti-tank ditch and the edge of the Alsenstrasse. In the face
of this danger, the Germans quickly gathered a counterattack force: a
battalion of marine cadets.

Game Length: 8.5 turns

For the Germans to win they must recapture buildings in Berlin to delay the end
For the Russians to win they must prevent the Germans from delaying the final
assault on the Reichstag

Boards: #6, #23

Germans: Squads, HMG, MMG, LMG's, DC's, AA
Russians: Squads, HMG, MMG, LMG's, DC, ART, AFV's

Aftermath: The Alsenstrasse was crossed under enemy fire and the Cadets
seized a foothold in the buildings on the western side of the avenue.
After a promising start, the counterattack collided with elements of the
525th Infantry Regiment. Russian reinforcements quickly arrived to bolster
the defense and soon the Germans were thrown back to their starting line
with heavy losses. The last attack to delay the end of the Reich, from now
on reduced to a few square kilometers, failed.

Source: Tactiques magazine, TAC 66, The Final Assault translated by Coastal Fortress
designed by Jean-Luc Bechennec, 1994



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RE: Submitted Scenarios - 12/7/2019 12:48:31 AM   
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Here's a short and sweet scenario...


Gavin's Northern Assault

Near Nijmegan, September 18, 1944: General Gavin's paratroopers were attempting
to capture the bridge at Nijmegan and link up with the British XXX Corps.

Game Length: 5.5 turns

For the Americans to win they must mop up the German defenders as they exit to meet
the British XXX Corp
For the Germans to win they must stop Gavin's assault

Americans: Squds, BAZ44"s
Germans: Squads, LMG's

Boards: #13

Aftermath: Gavin's combat-hardened paratroopers push forward under light resistance
and mopped up the German defenders. One day later they linked up with General Dempsey
and the British XXX Corp at Nijmegan Bridge.

Source: On All Fronts, N.O.W.S. Con 1986 ASL Tournament Scenario #2, designed by
David Sisler, April 1986



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