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#0709_02 Berezovka - Clearing the Pena Bend - Kursk Southern Front

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#0709_02 Berezovka - Clearing the Pena Bend

By David Freer
Germany 2 - 1 - 1 Russia
Rating: 8.65 (2)
Games Played: 4
SM: 2
Turns: 24
Type: Custom
First Side: Germany
Second Side: Russia

Syrtsevo, South of Oboyan: July 9th, 1943. (Scenario Size: Division. German Human vs Soviet AI or Head to Head) Generalleutnant Franz Westhoven's 3rd Panzer Division had been bogged down by fierce Soviet resistance at Lukhanino since July 6th. It was only late on the night of the 8th that the town's defenders either gave themselves up or melted back towards Russian lines. With Lukhanini cleared it was important to establish a bridgehead over the Pena River as soon as possible to both shorten the line and unhinge the defending 10th Mechanized Brigade. Clearing the town of Syrtsevo would be the key to breaking the Mech Brigades hold on the river line and ensuring any crossing was sustainable. Unbeknownst to Westhoven, 112th Tank Brigade had reformed at Berezovka and was in a position to counter any German move.

Player Voting Stats
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Gris's ProfileGris Slightly Pro Germany 8
Duncan's ProfileDuncan Well Balanced 8
Gaming Records
1st Side Player 2nd Side Player Result Score
Germany Gris's Profile Gris vs. Duncan Duncan's Profile Russia Germany Minor Victory 18 6
Germany Duncan's Profile Duncan vs. Gris Gris's Profile Russia Draw 10 10
Russia Dog Soldier's Profile Dog Soldier vs. 7thcav 7thcav's Profile Germany Russia Major Victory 24 4
Russia Richie61's Profile Richie61 vs. Landser34 Landser34's Profile Germany Russia Minor loss 6 18
Gris Sat Sep 03, 2016 10:16 pm
If you cannot hold the Axis you may have to retreat off the map to stop from being over ran. The Axis can't win on objectives alone. Retreat to fight another day if needed to win.
'Millions died or suffered in the mud of Flanders between 1914-18. Who remembers them? Even those with names on their graves are by now unknown soldiers.' - Mier Ronnen, Jerusalem Post, 1933 Gris