138 - Villers-Bretonneux (Tank vs Tank - Part 2) - 24 April 1918

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3 years 7 months ago #423 by alecrespi
alecrespi created the topic: 138 - Villers-Bretonneux (Tank vs Tank - Part 2) - 24 April 1918
Historical background
Fighting was already taking place in the...

138 - Villers-Bretonneux (Tank vs Tank - Part 2) - 24 April 1918

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3 years 5 months ago #491 by mk20336
mk20336 replied the topic: 138 - Villers-Bretonneux (Tank vs Tank - Part 2) - 24 April 1918
Who moves first? I assume British.

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3 years 5 months ago #493 by Mark McG
Mark McG replied the topic: 138 - Villers-Bretonneux (Tank vs Tank - Part 2) - 24 April 1918
British move first.
Designated by the little arrowhead next to the nationality

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2 years 7 months ago #607 by alecrespi
alecrespi replied the topic: 138 - Villers-Bretonneux (Tank vs Tank - Part 2) - 24 April 1918
German (5) - British (3)
Some bad cards on British side and a lucky start for German (eliminating Mark IV with a combined attack using a single command card).
British tried a frontal assault eliminating both a tank and a rifle unit.
In the end Geramn won eliminating rifle and whippet.
Nice Tank scenario.

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