130 - Cambrai (St. Quientin Canal) - 20 November 1917

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3 years 8 months ago #414 by alecrespi
alecrespi created the topic: 130 - Cambrai (St. Quientin Canal) - 20 November 1917
Historical background
Capturing the bridges at Mesnieres and Marcoing...

130 - Cambrai (St. Quientin Canal) - 21 November 1917

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3 years 8 months ago #432 by Mark McG
Mark McG replied the topic: 130 - Cambrai (St. Quientin Canal) - 21 November 1917
No-Man’s-Land shelling is the middle 5 rows

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1 year 11 months ago #720 by Achtung Panzer
Achtung Panzer replied the topic: 130 - Cambrai (St. Quientin Canal) - 21 November 1917
Presumably Mom Plaisir farm does not count as a building hex for the purposes of the Turn Start Temporary Majority Medal Objective? Otherwise there are 8 building hexes.

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1 year 11 months ago #721 by Mark McG
Mark McG replied the topic: 130 - Cambrai (St. Quientin Canal) - 21 November 1917
that seems correct
boardgamegeek.com/thread/1541497/scenario-30-how-many-towns
"The Mon Plaisir Farm is not included in the Turn Start Temporary Majority Medal Objective.

Richard Borg"
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2 months 2 weeks ago #921 by Mark McG
Mark McG replied the topic: 130 - Cambrai (St. Quientin Canal) - 21 November 1917
Should be 3 Special Personnel each
Right side tank should be male

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