North West of Tomarovka: July 5th, 1943. (Scenario Size: Division. German Human vs Soviet AI or Head to Head) Panzergrenadier Division Großdeutschland commanded by Generalleutnant Walter Hörnlein was unarguably the strongest Division the Germans fielded at Kursk. The attached Panzer Regiment 39 boosted the total panzer count to nearly 300 tanks - similar to the total number of panzers in the whole of II SS Panzer Korp. Hörnlein's plans were simple, lead with his armour over a narrow frontage and smash a hole through the Soviet defences. Once penetrated it would be easy to use the Panzer grenadiers to roll up the remaining Soviet positions. This strategy was counter opposite to the SS who used their grenadiers to create a breach and only then released their armour to exploit the breakthrough. The cost of the different methodologies would be amply shown in this first day of battle.