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ASL AAR: A Good Party (A56)

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ASL AAR: A Good Party (A56)
Before the 8th Army could launch its assault on the Mareth Line, it had to clear the Axis outposts between the Wadi Zeuss and the Wadi Zigzaou. One of these, held by veterans of the 90th Light Division, encompassed a group of small hills appropriately named the “Horseshoe” by the British.

ASL AAR: Last Defense Line (A94/235)

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ASL AAR: Last Defense Line (A94/235)
AAR by: John Knowles Advanced Squad Leader AAR: Last Defense Line (A94/235) Here's the historical situation: Date: May 15, 1940 Location: Bouvellemont, France Attacker: German (Infanterie Regiment 1, Panzer Division 1) Defender: French (152ème Régiment d'Infanterie, 15ème Division d'Infanterie) By dusk on the 14th, the Germans had established three bridgeheads across the Meuse River. The 15th brought the next stage: the breaking of the...

ASL AAR: Mike Red (A79)

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ASL AAR - Mike Red (A79)
AAR by: Michael Rodgers Advanced Squad Leader AAR - Mike Red (A79). Here's the historical situation: Date: June 6, 1944 (D-Day) Location: Courseulles-sur-Mere, France (Juno Beach, Mike Red sector) Attacker: Canadian (Company B, Royal Winnipeg Rifles, and Assault Team of 6th Field Company, RCE/A Squadron, 6th Canadian Armoured Regiment) Defender: German (Infanterie Regiment 736) The port of Courseulles-sur-Mer was a German strongpoint, known to contain...

ASL AAR: Commando Schenke (126/A80)

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ASL AAR: Commando Schenke (126/A80)
AAR by: John Knowles Advanced Squad Leader AAR: Commando Schenke (126/A80) Here's the historical situation: Attacker: German (Infanterie Regiment 505, Infanterie Division 291/Kriegsmarine Sturmabteilung 530) Defender: Russian (Liepaja Garrison) The evening of June 24, Infantry-Regiment 505 was established within 12 km of Liepaja in Latvia. The following day, jointly with Kriegsmarine commandos led by Lieutenant-Commander Schenke, the 505th attempted to take the maritime...

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