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Attack Imminent - The Matrix Games version of West Front

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Attack Imminent

By D. Bevard
Axis 5 - 1 - 11 Allies
Rating: 7.41 (7)
Games Played: 17
SM: 3
Turns: 16
Type: Stock
First Side: Axis
Second Side: Allies
Djebel el Guessa, SW of Tebourba, 30km W of Tunis Tunisia: [Best played as Axis] Having stopped the Allied thrust toward Tunis and pushed the Americans out of Tebourba, the German XC Korps prepared to renew its efforts to expand west into Tunisia in early December. With the Tunisian winter rains due to start any day the 10th Panzer Division was ordered to strike along the Medjerda River and seize the Medjez el Bab crossroads. But first elements of the US Combat Command B/1st Armored Division had to be driven from a cluster of hills and ravines southwest of Tebourba, known as the Djebel el Guessa. From its heights, artillery fire could interdict the Tebourba Gap and the flat farmland east of El Bathan. Following dive bomber strikes against the entrenched defenders early on December 6th, elements of the 5th Parachute Regiment began the attack from the northeast near El Bathan. Meanwhile, an armored force from the 7th Panzer and 86th PzG Regiments joined the action from the east.
Player Voting Stats
Member Balance Enjoyment
Rudel's ProfileRudel Moderately Pro Allies 5
Panther's ProfilePanther Slightly Pro Axis 7
Peiper's ProfilePeiper Well Balanced 8
Herr Straße Laufer's ProfileHerr Straße Laufer Slightly Pro Allies 7
Peiper's ProfilePeiper Well Balanced 8
Panther
Good made scenario with a few options for the Axis.
I create and revise: Order of Battles, Table of Equipments, Weapon Values for Modern Wars (in work: DG Lebanon War 1982 - 1985, DG Falklands War and again CWE!)
Herr Straße Laufer
This is an uphill battle for the Axis.
“The object of life is not to be on the side of the majority, but to escape finding oneself in the ranks of the insane.”― Marcus Aurelius, Meditations