ASL AAR: Cat’s Kill (G21)
The date is June 8, just after D-Day. The Canadians occupy a town of mostly stone buildings, spread across one and a half of two boards (10 and 20). The map represents the town of Bretteville L’Orguilleuse outside of Caen.
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 – Between the Anvil and the Hammer II (TAC14)
AAR by: Michael Rodgers Advanced Squad Leader AAR - Between the Anvil and the Hammer II (TAC14). Here's the historical situation: Attacker: German (196th Infantry Regiment, 68th Infantry Division) Defender: Russian (351st Siberian Rifles Division, LVII Army) Benefitting from the winter, Marshal Timoschenko decided to launch a significant offensive against the German Army Group South. The Russians managed to create significant openings aimed...