From: near Philadelphia
Thanks for indicating the side you will take.
The choice depends on the complexity:
Steve Sills Autumn Fog is excellent. As noted in the briefing, a bit of"what if". I do not have experience as an Allied player and may present you with a good challenge.
I highly recommend a McBride's Rundstedt's Plan Martin, another "what if" that envisions the front from Aachen to Saarburg. Near monster size. McBride's attached Document is required reading and it alone is worth the price of admission.
Bulge 44 by James Burnes, a talented designer, was included in the earlier TOAW editions.
Ardennes 1944, by yours truly. upgraded almost yearly on 16Dec for a dozen years. Note the latest version (v5.0) included in the Mod section of this forum. Although it can be played Allied vs PO as well as PBEM, it was designed and tested as German vs PO Allied. So it may not be what you are looking for. Never the less I used Col. Trevor Dupay Hitler's Last Gamble as a reference. An invaluable reference: weekly division strength of personnel and AFV.
One side note. In Dec 1944 the Germans were able to drive almost to the Mosel. However, in Jan 45, the Allies were not able to push the Germans to the West Wall. Why?
< Message edited by HPT KUNZ -- 5/24/2018 12:39:41 PM >
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