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Published all "French Army" Scenarios (Exp#2)

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Here you can find all scenarios from The French army - Expansion.

Don't forget to record all game results to keep track of each scenario "win/lose" ratio stats.

241 - Verdun (Bois Des Caures) - 21-22 February 1916
242 - Verdun (Beaumont) - 22 February 1916
243 - Verdun (Samogneux) - 24 February 1916
244 - Verdun (Fort Douamont) - 25 February 1916
245 - Verdun (Across the Meuse) - 6-9 March 1916
246 - Verdun (Le Mort Homme) - 13-20 March 1916
247 - Verdun (Fort Vaux) - 7-8 March 1916
248 - Verdun (Malancourt) - 20-22 March 1916
249 - Verdun (French Attack on Fort Douaumont) - 22 May 1916
250 - Verdun (Fight for Fort Vaux) - 2-6 June 1916
251 - Verdun (Fleury) - 23 June 1916
252 - Verdun (French Retake Fort Douaumont) - 24 October 1916
253 - Nivelle Offensive (St. Quentin) - 1-4 April 1917
254 - Nivelle Offensive (La Folie Farm) - 4 April 1917
255 - Nivelle Offensive (Caronne) - 16 April 1917
256 - Nivelle Offensive (Caronne Afternoon) - 16 April 1917
257 - Nivelle Offensive (Berry-au-Bac) - 16 April 1917
258 - Nivelle Offensive (Moulin-de-Laffaux) - 5 May 1917
259 - Battle of Malmaison (Guillain Farm) - 23 October 1917
260 - Battle of Malmaison (Laffaux Salient) - 23 October 1917
261 - Battle of Malmaison (Vaudesson) - 23 October 1917
262 - Battle of Malmaison (Fort Malmaison) - 23 October 1917

 

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