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128 - Cambrai (Havrincourt Village) - 20 November 1917

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1 year 5 months ago #416 by alecrespi
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The 62nd Division with G and E...

128 - Cambrai (Havrincourt Village) - 20 November 1917

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1 week 2 days ago - 1 week 2 days ago #680 by Mark McG
Mark McG replied the topic: 128 - Cambrai (Havrincourt Village) - 20 November 1917
I'd suggest this scenario is a little pro-British, so for a more competitive scenario, use an alternate special rule



  • The British forces gain 1 Temporary Victory Medal at the start of their turn for each building hex after the first two (2) occupied. Place a British medal on the hex at the start of the turn. The medal is retained even when the unit exits the building or is eliminated. The medal is removed from the hex when a German unit reoccupies the building.
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