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  • #89113
    irishserb
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    Can anyone recommend a good scenario book for historical East front battles?

    I’m looking for detailed order of battle and detailed maps for 6mm and/or 15mm games, employing company and battalion sized units.

    Thanks,

    irishserb

     

    #89116
    Russell Phillips
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    Is this any use?

    https://www.wargamevault.com/product/228504

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    #89121
    Andrew Rolph
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    Russ

    Thanks for the mention. Much obliged.

     

    Cheers

    Andrew

    #89123
    irishserb
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    Thanks Russell, this looks just about perfect.

    #89126
    Andrew Rolph
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    Irish Serb

    At the risk of losing a sale, the scenarios are not strictly historical recreations of actions which took place. Perhaps a third of them are pretty close to historical (reasonably accurate ORBATs and terrain) but most are accurate or plausible ORBATs plus fictitious or semi fictitious terrain. Two are entirely fictional.

    However all were inspired by real actions and the ORBATs are basically accurate. By which I mean that if a Pz division was equipped with Pz35(t)s then that’s what is presented (rather than PzIIIs) but whether there were 27 or 28 runners on that particular day…

    Anyway if you buy it, I hope you enjoy it/find some use for it.

    Cheers

    Andrew

    #89163
    irishserb
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    Hi Andrew, I greatly appreciate your comments. I was curious about how he accuracy and detail of the maps. So this helps me a bit.

    Thanks again,

    irishserb

    #89180
    Russell Phillips
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    Andrew: Yours is the only one I know of that’s relevant.

    Irish Serb: Glad to hear that it was useful.

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