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[France 1940] Milly sur Thérain - June 08, 1940 - June 09, 1940

Unternehmen Fall Rot - The bridge of Milly
Western Front By: Horius - Last update: 05/08/2013
Axis Player: Allied Player:
x6 x7 x5 x7
first You play first    


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Historical Background:
Beginning in June 1940, the French army faces the second phase of the German offensive launched in May.
The XXV Corps, composed of the 85th, the 241st Division and the 4th DCR, is installed in the north of Beauvais to defend the region to the North and West. The 4th DCR covers the western flank, while the 85th Division and the 241st DI defend access routes from the north.
The 4th DCR installs a defense held by infantry and antitank range, under the protection of artillery and heavy armor-B1 bis. A first line of resistance is established on the axis Bonnières - Savignies. A second is mounted on the axis Pierrefite - Herchies - Milly. The Engineering organized the defense of Herchies, where the PC Division moved, with a squadron of the 10th Cuirassiers motorcyclist.
Tanks protect the development of this device, and then align the large tanks placed near Milly, to be able to strike back against north or west of the town.
During the 8th of June, the Germans, positioned on Crillon, attacked the French defenses by means of light elements. Blocked from the front, suffering heavy casualties, then they try to circumvent the French by their sides. Overwhelmed, the French troops decided to retreat on the night of June 8 to 9
The 4th DCR was ordered to cover the retreat and fall back via the bridge of Milly-sur-Thérain. From 3 am, the heavy armored French throw against attacks point north of Bonnières to protect troops evacuating St. Omer and wood Moimont. Suffering heavy bombing of two rounds of 105, the 4th DCR retards the advance of enemy troops, but not stop it.
In the morning, all the French troops retreated but the Germans are now very close to Milly-sur-Thérain. The Genie is then blow up the bridge while the French tanks evacuate the war zone by road Pierrefite - Mont-St-Adrien.

The theater is set, the troops are in position. History is in your hands. Your turn!

Briefing:
The German player receives 6 cards of command, the French player receives 5.
German player moves first.

Conditions of Victory:
We must get 7 medals to win.
The German player wins a medal if he takes aim temporary bridge Milly-sur-Thérain or the city of St. Omer-en-Chaussée.
The French player won a medal final victory for each unit makes it off the board by the southern route going to Beauvais.

Special Rules:
Action 2 - The French player can destroy the bridge.
Action 15 - The Blitz rules apply.
Action 19 - The rule applies visibility at night.
The German heavy artillery battery of 105 mm guns. It works like normal artillery in the online version.
German armored units with German crosses are light armored: they have only 2 figures.
The units of elite German infantry troops are transported half-tracks or trucks.
Units of French elite infantry badge with "Rangers" are troops of cuirassiers and dragoons.
The French infantry unit with the badge of American genius is an engineering unit of the French army.
French infantry units are weak: they have only three figures each.
The French elite armored units are heavy-B1 or B1 bis tanks.
The Thérain river is impassable.

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Warning:
Please note that this scenario was not approved by Richard Borg or Days of Wonder, so you have to check yourself about playability, potential gaming issues, etc.

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