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This Sunday's KS at Little Gaddesden

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This Sunday's KS at Little Gaddesden

Post  Martin on Fri Oct 23, 2015 9:26 pm

Sean has reminded me that everyone gets an extra hour in bed on Sunday morning.  That caught me out one time!

See you all at 11 am for Eastern Front frolics.

Martin


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Re: This Sunday's KS at Little Gaddesden

Post  Martin on Mon Oct 26, 2015 9:48 am

Excellent game set in October 1941.  The elite 3rd and 4th Pz Divisions faced 4 Russian rife divisions of varying quality and some heavy tank units.  The Germans caused a lot of damage, but the Red Army fought bravely, and launched a surprise counter-attack spearheaded by T34s.   The combination effectively derailed the German timetable.

Many thanks to Graham & Sean for running the game.

Next one in November is on long-range patrol operations in Vietnam.

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