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Bedburg Bite ETO (id:#62626)
(ASL Journal #11 ID:J175)
Designer: Pete Shelling
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Balance:
CanadianGerman
Overview:
To kick of the attack known as Operation VERITABLE, the Royal Winnipeg Rifles, supported by the 3rd Armoured Battalion of the Scots Guards, was ordered to take the hilly ground around Louisendorf, south of Moyland. This would protect the right flank of the main attack by the Regina Rifle Regiment, which was to force its way north and east, towards the Rhine, and sever the Goch-Kolcar road, thus splitting Panzer-Division 116 into two parts that would no longer be able to support one another. The Winnipeg Rifles, supported by Churchills, left their assembly area near Bedburg in Kangaroo carriers and headed across the dreary fields towards Louisendorf.
Attacker: Canadian (Royal Winnipeg Rifles and Scots Guards)
Defender: German (Panzergrenadier-Regiment 60, Panzer-Division 116 "Windhund")  
Turns: 7     Players: 2     OBA: None     Night: No
Louisendorf, Germany 1945-02-16
Unit Counts:
Squads: A:12.0 D:9.0
AFVs: A:7
Churchill VII x 3
Badger(a) x 1
Ram Kangaroo(a) x 3

D:2
JgdPz V x 1
SPW 251/sMG x 1

Guns: A:0
OML 2-in. Mortar x 1
D:1
8cm GrW 34 x 1
Victory Conditions:
Exit VP: Building Control VC: Area Control VC:
Unit Based VC: LOS Style VC: CVP Cap:
Misc Rules: A: Rams Recalled after Passenger unloading or Turn 4 at latest
Map Board(s): 64 67
Overlays: NONE
Errata (source)
The Scot Guards were never called "CanScots". This appears to be a misunderstanding of the source material. The CanScots were the 1st Battalion, Canadian Scottish Regiment, a sister infantry unit to the Winnipeg Rifles in the 3rd Canadian Division. They did not have tanks. The Scots Guards, on the other hand, did have a tank regiment in NW Europe. They are correctly identified in the order of battle, but not in the aftermath and prelude sections.canadiansoldiers.com
Clarification: turn 7 counts as a full game turn for VC purposes.Pete Shelling
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2019-10-05(D) Kermit Mullins vs Dan Best Canadian winFun game that was hot and furious from Turn 1. Danís Canadians came straight at me. By the end of Turn 2, I had bloodied Dan, but he nearly annihilated me in the process. I conceded on a Turn when the writing was on the wall.
2019-08-24(A) Tom Abromaitis vs German win
2019-07-20(A) Tom Kearney vs Chuck Tewksbury Canadian winHuman Wave 2019.
2018-09-07(D) Michael Rodgers vs Bruno L'Archeveque German winI put the mines in the building hexes in front of the stone buildings. Cdns tripped two of them and got stuck for the duration. One Churchill went down to a PF. Kangaroos carried three squads and a leader to 3 point area; two made it. Germans gave up first two stone buildings on turn 3. By then, they had people in the 5 point building. Bruno conceded because of infantry casualties on turn 5.
2018-05-20(D) Andy Goldin vs John Gorkowski German winClose game went down to the last CC for the Canadians to seize the main objective building. My 228 crew kept a 458 engaged in CC on the last turn, denying John a victory. John malf'ing his flamethrowing tank at start was probably balanced out by my mortar being out of position and never firing, although the crew earned Iron Crosses in their defense of the 5 VP building. A couple CCs while John attempted to clear the village went long, thereby giving him only a little time to make for the victory conditions. The German has to be very judicious in managing his infantry, since he must delay in the village, establish a line of defense in and around the main VP building and prevent a penetration north of the road. Voluntary break to avoid a CC several times allowed me to preserve my force for later fighting.
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Avg Rating: 7.24Votes: 21
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To-Play list count: 6
Estimated Play time: 6 hours
Recorded Games: 18
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