Ariete The Battle of Bir el Gubi, Libya November 1941
Ariete: The Battle of Bir el Gubi, Libya November 1941 is the 17th game in the Tactical Combat Series by Multi-Man Publishing and covers the Italian Ariete Division's defense of Bir el Gubi, Libya, on November 19, 1941.
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Canadian Crucible is a new entry in the Gamers Tactical Combat Series (TCS) depicting the Canadian defense of Norrey on D-Day +2 (June 8) against a counterattack spearheaded by Grenadiers of the 12th SS Panzer Division.
One map, 560 counters, 10 scenarios including 2 campaigns. TCS 4.0 rules.
The battle depicted here begins on D-Day +2, June 8th, and continues for the next 3 days and was known by the Germans as the First Battle for Caen. The situation unfolds with the 7th Brigade of the 3rd Canadian Infantry Division dug-in on its D-Day objectives. Aware of the resounding defeat that the 9th Canadian Infantry Brigade suffered the previous day at the hands of the Hitler Youth, the 7th prepares a Fortress around Bretteville, Norrey and Putot. The soldiers of The Regina Rifles and The Royal Winnipeg Rifles, still under-strength from their D-Day losses, wait their turn for the inevitable encounter with the Grenadiers of the 12th SS Panzer Division. The Canadian must hold their thin red line at all cost as failure to do so could result in a serious set back affecting the invasion time table and loss of the initiative to the Germans.
This game is a balanced, one-map knife fight between the highly motivated 12th SS Hitlerjugend and the equally matched Canadians determined to preserve and expand their D-Day bridgehead. In addition to the normal TCS serving, Canadian
•Devastating Naval Bombardment
•Variable events table
•Historical and free setup options
•Discarding Sabot rounds
•Captured code books
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- Jugadores: 2
- Duración: 240 min.
- Lenguaje: Inglés
- Dependencia del lenguaje: baja
- Edad: 12+
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