Mark had painted a platoon of Germans, I had painted a company and James had painted two platoons of British, as we were a platoon of British down, we substituted a platoon of US Airborne from my 82nd Airborne collection. The terrain was from the collection of myself and James.
Again, Mark and I played the Germans while James played the British.
|Initial German deployment.|
The initial British Stonk did very well. One section had one dead and two shock, one section had 3 shock, one section had 2 dead and 5 shock and a MG section we were hiding had 2 dead and 6 shock, that was effectively out of the game as they only had a Lvl1 Big Man with them.
|No.3 platoon occupies the orchard|
|Flanking MG34 fire|
|One of Marks Grenadier sections|
|Thin line of Field Grey|
|Tommy clears out the Germans and now has somewhere for a good brew-up|
The British had lost two rifle sections and occupied one building, the Germans had lost two rifle sections and a MG34 section but still occupied three buildings despite being thin on the ground now. Another three or four turns would likely have seen the British getting the upper hand, but it was time to wrap up.