Polish Eagle Historical ASL
The Battle of Mokra - In the early morning of September 1st, 1939 Germany initiated the invasion of Poland. While the invasion itself was not a surprise, the speed of the ‘blitzkrieg’ was, even to the Poles who were prepared for the invasion as best as possible.
ASL AAR: Counterattack On The Vistula (134)
As the Russian 8th Guards Army was expanding its bridgehead on the Vistula, they met with stiff German resistance. The Germans mounted a number of counterattacks in an effort to eliminate the Russian toehold on the west bank.
ASL AAR: Dash for the Bridge (7)
AAR by: John Knowles Advanced Squad Leader AAR: Dash for the Bridge (7) Here's the historical situation: Date: September 12, 1944 Location: 370 Warzyngtona, Warsaw, Poland Attacker: Russian (2nd Tank Regiment, 1st Polish Armored Brigade) Defender: German (SS) (13th SS Anti-Tank Company) Hitler had declared Warsaw-Praga a fortress, keystone to the Vistula line. The city was to be held at all costs, but this was...
ASL AAR: Into the Fray (43)
AAR by: John Knowles Advanced Squad Leader AAR: Into the Fray (43) Here's the historical situation: Date: September 1, 1939 Location: Krojanty, Poland Attacker: German (Vanguard of Infanterie Regiment 76 (mot)) Defender: Polish (13th Infantry Regiment, 9th Infantry Division / 18th Uhlan Regiment, Pomorska Cavalry Brigade) By noon the first day, the German 20th Motorized Infantry Division was surging across the so-called “Polish Corridor” from...
Advanced Squad Leader AAR – Contested Settlement (S45)
AAR by: Neal Ulen & Scott RowlandAdvanced Squad Leader AAR - Contested Settlement (S45). Here's the historical situation: Attacker: Poles - 2nd Mountain Brigade, Armia Karpaty Defender: Slovakians - 3rd Battalion, 4th Regiment, 1st Infantry Division The recently formed Slovakian state contested not only the treaty settlement between Poland and Slovakia, but also the political authority over the settlements in the High...