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189 Poland 1939

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Blitzkrieg has driven deep into Poland. these two strategic positions now come under pressure from the triumphant Wehrmacht.
the local defenders are brave but outgunned and the Luftwaffe has control of the skies.

 

  Polish German
Division 1

8 Squad Bases
- 22 Regular Infantry
- 7 Elite Infantry
- 1 Officer
- 1 Machine Gun Crew

2x AntiTank

6 Squad Bases
- 12 Regular Infantry
- 6 Elite Infantry
- 2 Officer
- 2 Machine Gun Crew

4 Panzer IV Tank

1x Flamethrower
1x Engineer

Division 2

8 Squad Bases
- 21 Regular Infantry
- 5 Elite Infantry
- 2 Officer
- 2 Machine Gun Crew

2x AntiTank

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Strategy Decks Morale 1 American Air Support 1
Ground Support 1
Starting Strategy Cards 1 2
Operations Cards - -
Deployment Zone Div. 1: any building hexes on board 1.
Div. 2: any building hexes on board 9
Any of the marked hexes on board 8.
Starting Initiative   Initiative Token
Objective The Poles win by stopping German victory condition. Germans must hold all four VP hexes at the end of any turn to win.
Rounds 7
Actions per turn 3 3
Reinforcements - -
Special Rules
  • German tanks do not use concussive effect.
  • Germans start with 4 command points and 2 cards.
  • Poles start with 1 command point and 1 card.

Polish forces stats

  • Reg. Inf. Move 3. Range v inf. 3 firepower 1
    Range v veh. 1 firepower 1
  • Elite Inf. Move 3. Range v inf 3. firepower 2
    Range v veh. 1 firepower 1
    +1 cover v suppressive fire.
  • Officer. Move 4. Range v inf 3 firepower 1
    Range v veh. 1 firepower 1
    Gives 1 move point bonus to inf it moves with.
    Recovers disrupted as if they were pinned.
    Pinned can fire at 1/2 firepower (fru)
  • Machine gun crew Move 3 Range v inf 4 firepower 3
    Range v veh. 3 firepower 3
    May op fire without fatiguing.
  • Anti tank speciality. +1 range and +1 firepower v vehicles.

 

Tags: German Army, Complexity: Low, Rounds, Boards, Year: 1939, Army: Polish

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