This scenario for D-Day to Berlin depicts The Colmar Pocket (French: Poche de Colmar; German: Brückenkopf Elsass) was the area held in central Alsace, France, by the German Nineteenth Army from November 1944 to February 1945, against the U.S. 6th Army Group (6th AG) during World War II. For more Information >>> You will need a copy of D-Day to Berlin to play Read more…
Our Publisher On Military Matters has created a compilation book of both scenarios releases for D-Day to Berlin. Scenario 1: Sixth Panzer Armee Scenario 2: Relief of Bastogne The is book is 20 pages with color front and back covers. It retails for $18. More Information Visits: 63
The Relief of Bastogne is now available. this depicts the attack by general Patton with his 3rd Corps to break hole in the German line to Bastogne during the Battle of The Bulge.
This scenario for D-Day to Berlin depicts General Patton’s 3rd Corps attack to Relieve Bastogne. At his disposal is the hardened 4th Armored Division, the 26th and 80th Infantry divisions.
Association) held their second Virtual Huzzah game convention. This convention in the past has been held every spring about this time at the Double Tree Hotel in Portland Maine. With Covid-19 however this years was again canceled.