Unfortunately, I left a couple of my more important bridges unguarded and the Soviet units have taken advantage of that.
Historical note. In the 1980s, "rear area combat operations" were considered likely and the MP battalions, among others, were tasked with engaging rear-area raiders. There were also West German reserve units that would have collectively made their weight felt. This kind of thing is difficult to represent without a big expansion of the scenario's order of battle. Out of fairness, the Soviet side would also have to show the various worker's militias in cities in the east of Europe. The air defense order of battle is another consideration.
Way back when the original version of the Goetterdaemmerung scenario was being developed, the same issue developed because the paras meant to represent von der Heyte's unit could be dropped into the interior of France and raise Cain with Allied logistics. The problem there was that, in reality, the French had tens of infantry regiments on security duties in the French interior, but they weren't present in the scenario at that time.
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