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ASL Boot Camp #35: Let’s Play Hamlet’s Demise (The End)

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ASL Boot Camp #35: Let's Play Hamlet's Demise (The End)
Another Let's Play Tutorial series playing the small scenario "Hamlet's Demise" (A114) to illustrate the principles covered in Boot Camps 24-30.

ASL Boot Camp #34: Let’s Play Hamlet’s Demise (Turn 3)

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ASL Boot Camp #34: Let's Play Hamlet's Demise (Turn 3)
Another Let's Play Tutorial series playing the small scenario "Hamlet's Demise" (A114) to illustrate the principles covered in Boot Camps 24-30.

ASL Boot Camp #33: Let’s Play Hamlet’s Demise (Turn 2)

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ASL Boot Camp #33: Let's Play Hamlet's Demise (Turn 2)
Another Let's Play Tutorial series playing the small scenario "Hamlet's Demise" (A114) to illustrate the principles covered in Boot Camps 24-30.

ASL Boot Camp #32: Let’s Play Hamlet’s Demise (Turn 1)

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ASL Boot Camp #32: Let's Play Hamlet's Demise (Turn 1)
Another Let's Play Tutorial series playing the small scenario "Hamlet's Demise" (A114) to illustrate the principles covered in Boot Camps 24-30.

ASL Boot Camp #31: Hamlet’s Demise (Scenario Analysis)

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ASL Boot Camp #31: Hamlet's Demise (Scenario Analysis)
Another Let's Play Tutorial series playing the small scenario "Hamlet's Demise" (A114) to illustrate the principles covered in Boot Camps 24-30.

ASL AAR: Rocket’s Red Glare (195)

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ASL AAR: Rocket's Red Glare (195)
Colonel Reuben Tucker personally appealed to General Gavin to allow his 504th Regiment to attack Cheneux. Friendly civilians had reported a large column of German vehicles, including tanks, encamped there.

ASL Map Spotlight: KGP Stoumont

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ASL Map Spotlight: KGP Stoumont
Stoumont is a Belgian village just miles away from the German border to the east. It lies just west of the village of Malmedy where the infamous massacre of 84 American prisoners of war was carried about by soldiers of Kampfgruppe Peiper.

ASL AAR: Failure to Communicate (233)

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ASL AAR: Failure to Communicate (233)
In the early hours of May 13, Rommel pushed units of his Panzer-Division 7 across the Meuse River in the vicinity of Dinant, where they clung to a shaky foothold. While infantry were able to cross on boats, Rommel's tanks would have to cross on a ferry until a bridge could be built.

ASL AAR: Lee’s Charge (J62)

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ASL AAR: Lee's Charge (J62)
Belgium ... January 1945 ... The Battle of the Bulge. Deep snow (E3.73) covers the fields and woods surrounding Coroie, Belgium, and Cpt. Robert E. Lee, D Company's commanding officer, moved across the fields flanked by two platoons of infantry in the woods to his right.

ASL AAR: Lee’s Charge (J62)

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ASL AAR: Lee's Charge (J62)
Belgium … January 1945 … The Battle of the Bulge. Deep snow (E3.73) covers the fields and woods surrounding Coroie, Belgium, and Cpt. Robert E. Lee, D Company’s commanding officer, moved across the fields flanked by two platoons of infantry in the woods to his right.

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