FoW String of Pearls AAR

The “String of Pearls” Flames of War Cobra supplement scenario was run at the recent HMGS-PSW WWII January convention (see WR previous blog posting). Three WWII gamers and WR himself wrapped up the lively scenario in two hours plus. The final “String of Pearls” scenario turn movements and gun action determined the winning team, with high and low frustrations of tabletop battles along the way.

Opening positions and situation for String of Pearls scenario: Per the scenario written in the FoW Cobra supplement, the Germans deploy their three SS Pz Grenadier (2nd Das Reich) platoons (cmd, four SS MG teams, attached Pak40 7.5cm A/T). The 1st SS Pz Gren. platoon holds the German right flank open field and covers the possible convey exit road behind them. Traveling to the road junction and central buildings found another SS Pz Gren. platoon and the SS company headquarter teams (Co. cmdr, 2iC, 2 panzerschreck teams) in position among the buildings. Behind them as local reserve is the small SS Pz Pioneer platoon (cmd, four pioneer teams). Last SS Pz Gren. platoon holds the German left flank field guarding the entrance of the truck and wagon objective convey along the roadway. In reserve off table are two Panzer IVH tanks with three possible road entrance points.

The Americans have their forces divided into two groups. The left flank group has M4 Sherman platoon (5 M4 Shermans) and Armored Rifle (AR) platoon (cmd, five AR teams, five bazooka teams, 60mm lt. mortar, and two LMG teams) carried in five M3a1 halftracks. The right flank group has the same force composition. Between the two American armored groups is their tank company HQ which includes the Co. cmdr M4 Sherman, 2iC M4 Sherman w/dozer blade and attached M4 105mm Sherman tank. In reserve is the M4a1 (76mm) platoon of five tanks, entering down the central road.

Genarl view of the starting position String of Pearls FoW Normandy Cobra supplement using 20mm miniatures.

General view of the starting position String of Pearls FoW Normandy Cobra supplement using 20mm miniatures. Viewed from the America starting positions. All attached photos can be clicked on and expanded for better viewing.

Team American (Daniel and Sam) plan is simple. Overrun each SS Pz Grenadier platoon facing them and then either one or both group columns seek out the slow moving German laden convey. Their right flank M4 Sherman platoon will use the “spearhead rule” pre-game reconnaissance movement. Meanwhile the company headquarters and arriving M4 (76mm) Shermans will occupy the attention of the road junction building defenders.

Team German (Eugene and WR) plan also simple. Hold their flank positions for three turns then retire back on central roadway positions. Hopefully the platoon attached Pak 7.5cm AT guns can destroy a few M4 Shermans before they are overrun. Use the SS Pioneer platoon to plug the first American breakthrough. Arrival of the reserve Panzer IVH tanks is random, so pre-game planning could only assume their fortunate arrival someplace.

Note: Scenario background and forces covered in previous blog posting (link): FoW Action – HMGS-PSW WWII convention – String of Pearls and Roncey Pocket scenarios.

View of the German 2nd SS Das Reich defenders. One platoon in foreground, another in building, and third on far side of buildings. The pioneers stationed near the road junction.

View of the German 2nd SS Das Reich defenders. One platoon in foreground, another in buildings, and third on far side of buildings in field. The SS pioneer platoon stationed near the road junction field.

Aerial view of the SS platoon and pioneers positioned in the building and road junction.

Aerial view of the dug in and gone to ground SS Pz Gren. platoon, Co. HQ teams, and pioneers positioned around the buildings and road junction. All teams start dug in and gone to ground.

The German road bound and laden convey forms up and starts the scenario moving 8" every German turn.

The German totally road bound and laden convey forms up and starts the scenario moving 8″ every German turn. SS Das Reich platoon dug in and gone to ground behind the hedgerows.

Turn One: After the pre-game reconnaissance movement by the right flank M4 Sherman platoon is complete, the American armored groups crash into the hedgerow before them. Daniel commands the right flank group and his M4 Sherman platoon all cross into the next hedgerow bound field with no bogged tanks. One M3a1 found a hedgerow cutter gap and follows the tanks while the other four awaited their turn (M3a1 halftracks cannot cross standing hedgerow and need a gap to cross). The left flank American armored group under Sam’s control, with his first hedgerow crossing attempt, bogs his M4 Sherman platoon commander while the other four M4 Shermans all cross without incident. Like Daniel’s movements, one M3a1 halftrack follows the tanks while the others awaited their turn.

Successful reserve roll (5+) so the column of M4a1 Shermans (76mm) arrives straight down the central roadway and link up with the tank company headquarters. Both Daniel and Sam didn’t know what to do with the tank company headquarter tanks so WR suggested to create a trail break into the small central woods. Skill test (3+) to successfully cut the 4″ trail break failed with the lead 2iC Sherman dozer.

Note: Hedgerow crossing requires a bog skill test (3+ successful) or a ordinary bogging test (2+ successful) if transiting a gap or tank equipped with hedgerow cutter. Two M4 Shermans in each platoon have the hedgerow cutter equipment and shown by marker placed before the tank miniature. When a hedgerow gap is created, keep the cutter marker with the tank model and use a spare cutter marker to mark the gap location. Attached is my hedgerow cutter marker template (.doc) to cut out and glue on thick cardboard: Hedgerow Cutter marker. 

Opening movement Turn One. Left flank American M4 platoon and AR platoon start crossing the hedgerows.

Opening movement Turn One. Left flank American M4 platoon and AR platoon start crossing the hedgerows. Platoon commander’s M4 Sherman bogs on Hedgerow. Note hedgerow cutter marker.

American right flank movement with same M4 Sherman and AR platoons. Note the M4 Sherman platoon used the pre-game Spearhead rule movement.

American right flank movement with same M4 Sherman and AR platoons. Note the M4 Sherman platoon used the pre-game Spearhead rule movement shown in photo.

After the American movement, the forward M4 Sherman platoons try their luck to destroy either of the German flank position Pak40 7.5cm AT guns. No success as they need a six to hit. The road bound M4a1 Sherman 76mm cannon similarly has no effect on the Pak40 7.5cm guarding the roadway within the building area defense.

The stationary German reply with their Pak 7.5cm cannon is terribly ineffective. Two bailed Shermans from six shots. The SS Pz Grenadiers stayed in their foxholes or the buildings to end the first turn cursing the inapt Pak40 crews.

Conclusion of Turn One movement and firing.

Conclusion of Turn One movement and firing. Sherman Co. command platoon stationary while looking at the small woods before them…. what to do? Reserve M4 Sherman (76mm) platoon drives up alongside.

Turn Two: With Sam’s platoon commander crew failing to unbog their M4 Sherman (failed skill roll 3+) and one bailed Sherman crew from the Pak40 AT, the M4 Sherman platoon remained stationary and engaged to destroy the only target seen… the German Pak40 7.5 cm AT gun hidden behind the hedgerow. Another M3a1 laden halftrack entered the open field with Sam’s Shermans.

American M4 Sherman platoon ommander still bogged down so left flanks opens fire and destroys the Pak 7.5cm AT gun.

American M4 Sherman platoon commander still bogged down so left flank M4 Shermans open fire and destroys the Pak 7.5cm AT gun. Another AR laden M3a1 halftrack crosses the hedgerow via the gap (green rectangle marker).

On the American right flank Daniel’s M4 Shermans roll up to the linear hedgerow and prepare to assault the defending SS Pz Gren. platoon. Additional M3a1 halftracks, laden with AR platoon teams, join them in the same open field. Daniel’s bailed crew from the Pak40 firing fail to rejoin their fellow tankers and is left behind for the moment.

Right flank M4 Shermans advance to the hedgerow and prepare to assault across the hedgerow.

Right flank M4 Shermans advance to the hedgerow and prepare to assault the SS Pz Gren. platoon across the hedgerow. M3a1 halftracks with armored riflemen teams follow-up.

Central front has the leading 2iC Sherman dozer cut a 4″ deep trail-break into the small woods besides the buildings. The M4a1 Sherman 76mm platoon rolls up to the minefield and fails their motivation roll to drive across the minefield. They stop short and open a sporadic firing on the dug in Pak40 7.5cm AT gun to no effect. The German reply was two Pak40 AT shots, causing one American M4a1 76mm tank crew to bail out and look around the dented tank hull.

Reserve M4a1 (76mm) platton arrives straight down the roadway and stops before the minefield. The Company command platoon with 2iC m4 dozer tank cuts a trail-break in the small woods.

Reserve M4a1 (76mm) platoon rumbles straight down the roadway and stops before the minefield. The company command platoon with 2iC M4 dozer tank cuts a trail-break in the small woods, followed by the M4 105mm tank.

After firing with advancing reduced ROF, Daniel’s M4 Shermans cross the hedgerow and assault the dug in SS Pz Grenadiers. Their defending Pak40 7.5cm AT gun totally flubbed the point blank belly shots and was crushed by the tank treads, just like the Cobra supplement cover it seems (see below).

Cobra supplement cover shows the crushing of the Pak40 7.5cm AT gun.

Cobra supplement cover shows the crushing of the Pak40 7.5cm AT gun just like the scenario play.

To add further SS discomfort, their counterattack with Cmd Panzerfausts and two SS Pz Grenadier teams fails to effect the breeching M4 Shermans who promptly squashed another two SS teams. Totally shaken, the SS Pz Grenadiers break contract and hop over the next hedgerow to recover their pinned morale. The assaulting M4 Sherman platoon consolidate in their newly won field of Normandy. Luckily, the German laden convey teams have moved past this German debacle.

American right flank assault crushes the Pak 7.5cm AT gun and SS Das Reich team.

American right flank assault crushes the Pak 7.5cm AT gun and two SS Das Reich teams. The stunned German survivors retreat to the roadway hedgerow position as the truck and wagon convey rolls forward.

Turn Three: With Team German wondering how to stop the rampaging M4 Shermans on their left flank, the American team seems to pause their forward movements for terrain reasons. Several M4 Shermans on Daniel’s right flank fail to cross the hedgerow and as such the follow up assault on the weaken SS Pz Gren. platoon is held up. On Sam’s left flank the same hold true as he finally un-bogs the platoon commander and he joins his platoon positioned before the SS Pz Gren. platoon san Pak40. American firing has no effect on all the dug-in SS Pz. Grenadiers. Central front 2iC Sherman dozer tank cuts another 4″ trail-break and reaches the final hedgerow standing before the town buildings.

The Germans, with little to touch the steel hull Shermans, fire their remaining central Pak40 7.5cm AT and destroy one M4a1 Sherman 76mm parked on the central roadway. The black smoke column soon with have several others billowing into the morning sky.

Turn three. The German Pak 7.5cm destroyed one M4 Sherman (76mm) on the road. The mines still hold up the Armor column with failed motivation test. The 2iC Sherman dozer clears more trail-break in woods.

The German Pak 7.5cm destroyed one M4 Sherman (76mm) on the road. The mines still hold up the armor column with failed motivation test. The 2iC Sherman dozer clears more trail-break in small woods.

Right flank has the German SS platoon hiding behind the hedgerow as American armor struggles in the thicket.

Right flank has the shaken (pinned) German SS Pz Gren. platoon hiding behind the hedgerow as American armor struggles in the thicket. German SS Pioneer platoon repositioned to faced the American break in.

Left flank American armor reaches the hedgerow which shelters the SS platoon.

Left flank American armor reaches the hedgerow which shelters the SS PzGren. platoon. Assault held back as the last American tank with platoon commander finally crosses the initial hedgerow.

The only good news for the Germans is their heavily laden truck and wagon convey has reached the road junction and turned south, seeing the arrival of their two Panzer IVH tanks rumbling up the distant roadway.

German column of laden wagons and truck is turning the corner after three turns of movement.

German column of laden wagons and trucks is turning the corner after three turns of movement. Arrival of reserve Panzer IVH tanks (2) chattering up the road in distance.

Turn Four: Turn of American assaults, one successful, the other repulsed. Sam’s M4 Sherman platoon goes first after watching his AR platoon start to dismount and rush forward to line the near hedgerow. Three M4 Shermans attempt to cross the hedgerow, one is bogged. Two assault rolls and both veteran dice tosses fail to squash any SS Pz Grenadiers. The SS Pz Grenadier cmd team assaults with their panzerfaust and destroy one Sherman. American tankers think this is not a good position and retreats back into the open field. The bogged M4 Sherman crew bail out and flee the revengeful Germans. Two destroyed M4 Shermans for no loss. The recently disembarked AR platoon look on and wonder are they next?

With M4 Shermans blasting away the German SS platoon lies deep in their foxholes. American AR platoon starts to dismount to flush out the buildings.

With M4 Shermans blasting away, the German SS Pz Gren. platoon lies deep in their foxholes. American AR platoon starts to dismount to flush out the buildings. Shermans ready to assault across the hedgerow this turn.

Shermans assault. One bogs down, the other two failed to hit. German counterattack hits two tanks, one bailed out. Morale failure causes American retreat and two bailed tanks destroyed.

M4 Sherman assault. One bogs down, the other two failed to hit. German counterattack. Hit two tanks, one bailed out. American morale failure causes retreat and two bailed/bogged tanks destroyed. AR platoon is wondering about their armor support today.

Another failed motivation to cross the minefield so ineffective American firing into the buildings, causing the lone Pak40 to be hit and destroyed. Overall the Pak40 AT gun performance this scenario is totally dismal mutters the German team. Several of the M4a1 Sherman 76mm have left the roadway and made their way into the nearby field.

After shifting about the SS Pz Grenadier teams to meet the disembarked AR platoon, German building defenders fire their panzerschrecks into the stalled American armor scoring one bailed tanker crew result.

German road junction defenders holding tough with two Panzerschreck teams and central SS PzGren. platoon.

German road junction defenders holding tough with two panzerschreck teams and central SS Pz Gren. platoon plus Co. HQ command. Failed motivation roll to cross minefield holds American armor in place as panzerschreck rockets impact, causing leading M4 Sherman crew bail out.

On Daniel’s flank the organized American M4 platoon quickly cross the hedgerow and assault the dazed SS Pz Grenadier platoon again. The American tanker quickly crush or scatter the remaining SS Pz Grenadiers for no loss to themselves. Platoon consolidation on the roadway quickly follows as the M4 crews see the tail end of the German convey ahead.

On American right flank they M4 Sherman assault crushes the weak SS PzGren platoon on roadway. M4 Sherman consolidate to chase the German convey.

On American right flank M4 Sherman platoon assault crushes the dazed and weak SS Pz Gren. platoon on roadway. M4 Sherman tanks consolidate to chase the German convey as German pioneer platoon covers the roadway.

Overview at end of Turn four. American right flank AR platoon has dismounted to flush out the German pioneer platoon.

Turn four summary view. American right flank AR platoon has dismounted to flush out the German pioneer platoon as Sherman dozer tries to cut a trail-break in woods.

Turn Five: Well, if the first time you doesn’t succeed, try again? So wrong, as the American M4 platoon on Sam’s flank found out trying another assault on the defending SS Pz Grenadier platoon. Failure to score any hits allows the SS Pz Grenadiers to counterattack (after tank terror test done) and quickly fry up another Sherman. One more round of assault combat totally destroys the M4 Sherman platoon for one SS team lost.

The AR platoon meanwhile has moved into the woods near the buildings and prepared to assault the building SS defenders. With rifles, grenades and bayonets, the American AR infantry storm into the building area and brutal hand to hand short range fighting takes place. Losses on both sides end the bloody field with the SS Pz Grenadier platoon and SS Company command teams wiped out, leaving just the two panzerschreck teams hiding in the buildings.

Another M4 Sherman assault ends in total loss. Those SS Panzergrenadiers know their business.

Another M4 Sherman assault ends in total loss. Those SS Panzergrenadiers know their business.

Meanwhile, the American AR platoon filters themselves though the woods and assault the building outskirts. the German SS PzGren. platoon must have be surprised as their defense was feeble.

Meanwhile, the American AR platoon filters themselves though the woods and assault the building outskirts. the German SS Pz Gren. platoon must have been surprised as their defense was feeble.

Daniel meanwhile sees the SS Pioneer platoon lining the roadway so no driving down the open path. He opens fire on the German convey tail and destroys one truck objective. He disembarks his AR platoon to engage the SS pioneer platoon on next turn.

The German SS Pioneer platoon, seeing the advancing AR platoon behind them, quickly enter the roadway, then using stormtrooper movement, cross the second hedgerow to avoid standing in the roadway before the M4 Sherman machine guns. Luck favors the Germans this turn WR except… a problem quickly discovered… the Panzer IVH road bound column has come face to face with the road bound heavily laden truck and wagon convey. How is the truck and wagons gong to pass the Panzer IVH tanks quickly without bogging tests? Easy…. sort of… the leading Panzer IVH rolls to cross the nearby hedgerow with success.

Blasting away the M4 shermans destroy on laden truck then the German pioneers quickly crossed the roadway to meet up with the arrival of the Panzer IVH tanks.

Blasting away the M4 Shermans destroy one laden German convey truck then the German pioneer platoon quickly crossed the roadway to meet up with the arrival of the Panzer IVH tanks.

Turn Six: While the Germans facing a traffic jam problem, team American need to catch the fleeing German trucks and wagons objectives and destroy them. The best and quick method would be to advance down the central roadway but two panzerschreck teams and minefield again stall the M4a1 Shermans 76mm platoon. Failing again the minefield motivation, the M4a1 tank crews blast dead the panzerschreck teams with 76mm HE and machine gun firepower. Shouting to the AR platoon, the tankers discuss having the AR platoon to clear the minefield using the bayonet “touch and poke” ground method.

Blasting apart the last building defenders, the AR platoon has no one to engage in house to house combat.

Blasting apart the last building defenders, the AR platoon has no one to engage in-house to house combat. 2iC Sherman dozer cuts a gap from trail-break into village. Just those mines….

Only the mines "occupy" the built up area and stall the American advance.

Only the mines “occupy” the built up area and stall the American advance.

Turn Seven: Daniel marches forward his AR platoon to enter the roadway while his blood tracked M4 Sherman platoon bog test a couple of M4 Shermans into the next field, facing off against the lone Panzer IVH in the adjoining field. The German SS Pioneer platoon, fearing another assault after losing two teams by the AR platoon, quickly retreat into the central roadway from the advancing American rifle toting horde.

German convey held up by the German Panzer IVH platoon which failed to clear the roadway.

German convey held up by the German Panzer IVH platoon which failed to clear the roadway. American M4 Sherman crossed into the next field as their AR platoon occupied the roadway.

On the central roadway Sam’s AR platoon clears the minefield with deft bayonet poking work. The M4a1 Sherman 76mm platoon can roll forward next turn. Meanwhile, the 2iC Sherman dozer tank had cut another hedgerow break and rolls into the built up area followed by the rest of the tank company headquarter tanks. Knowing that the AR platoon will never catch the fleeing German convey, the AR platoon, after clearing the minefield, settle down to a meal break within the buildings, while no doubt looking for some local German SS souvenirs.

AR platoon, using their bayonets, cleared the minefield for the road bound M4 Sherman (76mm) column. Their Tank Co. HQ tanks roar through the wood trail-break and down the roadway.

AR platoon, using their bayonets, cleared the minefield for the road bound M4 Sherman (76mm) column. Their tank Co. HQ tanks roar through the wood trail-break and down the roadway.

The German 2nd Panzer IVH miniature has a hard choice. Roll a bog test to enter a nearby field, thus opening passage for the convey, fail the same bog test and blocking passage of the convey, or reverse gear the tank and allow the convey to follow the tank. Cannot risk or stop the trucks and wagons movement so hit the reverse gear Hans. The SS Pioneer platoon follow the retiring convey, providing rear guard coverage.

With American Aromored riflemen crosses the hedgerows, the Shermans attempt to destroy the one Panzer IVH and fail. The Panzer IV platoon commander is forced to reverse gear thus allowing the convey movement down roadway.

With American Armored riflemen crosses the hedgerows, the M4 Shermans attempt to destroy the one Panzer IVH and fail. The Panzer IV platoon commander is forced to reverse gear his Panzer IVH thus allowing the convey movement down roadway. Convey getting away shouts the American commander staff!

Turn Eight: American armor roars forward down the roadway, led by their 2iC Sherman dozer tank, then the rest of tank company headquarters followed by the M4a1 Sherman 76mm platoon. Driving past the road junction building, the Sherman dozer tank spots the German convey tail and destroys another German wagon objective. One more and the American team can secure a minor win.

Daniel’s M4 platoon fight hedgerow crossings to fire several shots at the stationary Panzer IVH sitting in the open field. All miss their target. His AR platoon cross another field to approach the Panzer IVH from a different angle.

American armor rolls down the roadway in pursuit of the Germans trucks and wagons.

American armor rolls down the roadway in pursuit of the Germans trucks and wagons. The M4 Sherman 2iC dozer tank turned the corner and was destroyed by the Panzer IVH 75mm but not before machine gunning the horses/destroying one German wagon. Two convey objectives destroyed!

But wait… those crazy SS tankers back their Panzer IVH tank into the roadway, turn and face the Sherman dozer tank, and fire one 75mm shell into the Sherman body. One brewed up Sherman and 2iC to go. SS Pioneer platoon hop into adjacent field as tank shells screech down the roadway. Another turn of reverse movement for the retiring Panzer IVH “leading” the German convey off the table. One more turn of movement then German victory if no more convey objectives are destroyed.

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The German Panzer IVH had retreated back across the hedgerow (passed bog check), faced the suddenly appearing Sherman dozer tank, and fired one 75mm shot…. burning M4 Sherman. Don’t fool with SS panzertruppen. Meanwhile the German convey moving fast from battlefield.

Turn Nine: Last turn for the Americans before the German convey escapes. They need to fire upon and destroy one more truck or wagon team objective. Sam’s M4a1 Sherman 76mm platoon drive quickly down the central roadway till they are slowed / partially blocked by the burning 2iC M4 Sherman dozer. Daniel’s M4 Sherman platoon have one tank adjacent to the central roadway so it bog checks across the hedgerow and moves down the roadway towards the German convey. Seeing the convey and the Panzer IVH directly ahead, the M4 Sherman tank commander shouts… hit the truck! His gunner is totally confused as he sees the long barrel 75mm of the Panzer IVH staring straight back at his tank. Truck… aiming Panzer IVH… which target? His one shot is fired and misses the truck slowly driving in the distance. Two flashes as the Panzer IVH 75mm gun is fired twice but history doesn’t record the fate of the M4 Sherman as its scenario over because the last German convey truck objective is driven from the tabletop.

American last chance to hit a convey vehicle. One M4 Sherman drives straight down the roadway and fires two 75mm gun stabilized shots... need a five to hit... both miss.

American last chance to hit a convey vehicle. A M4 Sherman hops the hedgerow and drives straight down the roadway, looks beyond parked Panzer IVH and burning wagons. M4 Sherman fires two 75mm gun stabilized shots at the convey’s last truck… needs a five to hit… both miss.

The movement or survival of the remaining Panzer IVH, weakened SS Pz Grenadier, and SS Pioneer platoons wasn’t recorded either. With two destroyed SS Pz Grenadier platoons plus three Pak40 7.5cm, SS company headquarters overrun and two out of five truck or wagon objective destroyed, the German victory was a minor rating. Still, the battle was to have the convey exit the tabletop so the German minor victory will impact the next “Roncey Pocket” scenario. Extra German 105mm artillery battery for the German northern column in the Roncey Pocket scenario game.

American losses were one M4 Sherman platoon destroyed, one M4a1 Sherman 76mm destroyed and two AR teams killed. Not too heavy considering the German defense.

German convey and reversing Panzer IVH exit the tabletop. The remaining Panzer IVH and the reduced SS Pioneer platoon quickly exit the battlefield... maybe but history don't record their fate.

German laden convey and reversing Panzer IVH exit the tabletop. The remaining Panzer IVH, weak SS Pz Gren. and reduced SS Pioneer platoons quickly exit the battlefield… maybe… but history didn’t record their fates.

Scenario end view showing the American armor column rushing down the roadway. AR platoons preparing to re-mount their M3a1 transports when they can be located. The lone Panzer IVH and Pioneers will fade into the Normandy terrain.

Scenario end view showing the American armor column rushing down the roadway. AR platoons preparing to re-mount their M3a1 transports when they can be located. The lone Panzer IVH and Pioneers will fade into the Normandy terrain. German teams at upper left are collected casualties.

That was a close “String of Pearls” scenario… the winning margin was the 8″ German truck movement on the last turn as WR’s hands measure off the distance.

Win for the WR.... by that much of movement.

Win for Eugene and WR…. by that much of tabletop movement. Daniel had his chance to win but that M4 Sherman gunner surely was rattled by the Panzer IV’s 75mm bore staring at him.

Special thank you for Eugene, Daniel and Sam playing in the “String of Pearls” scenario. Next scenario game “Roncey Pocket” immediately was played following the “String of Pearls” scenario. These linked scenarios, along with “Barkmann’s Corner” can all be found in the Cobra FoW supplement or the reissued Normandy battles booklet and AAR reading posts found on the WR blog.

Update 01/30/2015: The follow up “Roncey Pocket AAR is now posted. Roncey Pocket AAR

All 20mm miniatures and terrain from the vast WR collection.

Cheers from the warren.

WR

 

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