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Out of Cowardice ETO (id:#56077)
Multi-Man Publishing (ASL 12 - Armies of Oblivion ID:112)
See Also: Out of Cowardice by Multi-Man Publishing
Designer: Ken Dunn
Starter kit scenario?:    Deluxe scenario?:
 
Balance:
HungarianYugoslavian / Partisan
Overview:
Immediately after Yugoslavian regent Prince Paul signed the Tripartite Pact to join with Germany and Italy, military leaders overthrew the regime, rescinding the agreement. Hitler then launched Operation Punishment as a lesson on the costs of defying Germany, and he urged other members of the Pact to join the attack. In Hungary, Admiral Horthy was “all fire and flames” to send his troops down the Danube in support of the Germans at the first opportunity. Prime Minister Count Pal Telecki objected, however, as he had signed a pact of “eternal peace and friendship” with Yugoslavia. Horthy toned down his rhetoric, but on April 11th, five Hungarian Brigades crossed the border. The Yugoslavian Army put up little resistance to the Hungarians. As Hungarian forces reached the small village of Senta on the third day of their advance, their motorized units began to run out of gas and were forced to obtain critical fuel at the indigenous equivalents of filling stations. Resistance coalesced briefly as civilians – hastily armed with little more than antiquated rifles – bitterly fought back. Count Telecki, his views more and more unpopular, shot himself rather than acquiesce in collaborating with the Germans. His final message to Admiral Horthy read “out of cowardice, we have allied ourselves with scoundrels”.
Attacker: Hungarian (3rd Army)
Defender: Yugoslavian / Partisan (1st Army and Volvodina Civilian Defenders)  
Turns: 6     Players: 2     OBA: None     Night: No
Senta, Yugoslavia 1941-04-13
Unit Counts:
Squads: A:11.0 D:13.0
AFVs: A:3
38M Toldi I x 2
39M Csaba x 1

D:0
Guns: A:0 D:0
Victory Conditions:
Exit VP: Building Control VC: Area Control VC:
Unit Based VC: LOS Style VC: CVP Cap:
Misc Rules: A: AFV Mechanical Reliability and D: Variable OB for Partisans (poss 11 to 16 squads total).
Map Board(s): 50
Overlays: NONE
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TitleAuthorDate
Variable number of units (view)hipsu2012-06-08 15:47:47
Latest Updates:
ActionDate
RJenulis Added a playing2019-12-06 01:07:57
esparver73 Added a playing2019-05-21 17:33:57
hoxson1 Modified the Unit Elements2019-02-20 13:30:45
Lorenzo Added a playing2018-11-19 12:48:34
hoxson1 Modified the misc. rules2018-01-09 18:42:41
Last Played:
2019-05-21(D) Martí Cabré vs Toze Santos Yugoslavian / Partisan winWe gave the Hungarians the printed balance. They tried to use the road but lucky small arms fire from the Yugoslav positions on the hill broke many attackers and reduced them when broken. The tanks moved forward and stopped by the first houses where a Partisan unit burnt a tank with molotov cocktails. After losing all momentum and seeing the Yugoslavian units moving in order towards the village, the Hungarians conceded.
2018-11-17(D) Lorenzo Marinaro vs Francesco Berucci Yugoslavian / Partisan win
2013-07-29(D) Richard Carter vs Stephen M. Yugoslavian / Partisan winWe gave hungarians the printed balance. He tried to move down the woods road and I had a couple of good shots combined w/ a lot of bad rolls and breaks for him stalled him in the Woods. Definitely tough on the hungarians!
2010-10-18(A) Jonathan Davis vs Jamey Cribbs Yugoslavian / Partisan winHad to end early, Hungarians crumbled much faster due to crappy dice.
2009-12-29(A) Andy Beaton vs Yugoslavian / Partisan winHilarious.. it was a race to see which side crumbled faster
2008-02-11(D) Brian Blad vs Dave Roth Yugoslavian / Partisan win
2007-12-04(D) Martin Sabais vs Yugoslavian / Partisan win
2007-09-23(D) Jesus Pie vs tozesantos Yugoslavian / Partisan win
2007-02-03(D) Keith Colins vs Bernie Howell Hungarian win
2006-10-20(D) Michael Rodgers vs Jean-Pierre Raymond Yugoslavian / Partisan win
2006-09-18(A) simon jones vs Cryophobia Yugoslavian / Partisan winGreat early war game, with very low quality troops and equipment on both sides.
2006-02-21(A) Fred Ingram vs Dave McLee Hungarian win
2006-01-01(A) Bill Brodie vs Mark Smith Hungarian win
1988-01-01(D) Richard Jenulis vs Bill Sisler Hungarian win[date unknown]
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Statistics:
Avg Rating: 5.92Votes: 13
Views: 3415
To-Play list count: 2
Estimated Play time: 4 hours
Recorded Games: 14
Archive recorded plays:
Hungarian4
Yugoslavian / Partisan10
Drawn:0

ROAR Data: (updated Nov 2019)
Out of Cowardice [Confirmed]
[A] Hungarian 11
[D] Yugoslav 58
Friday 06 December 2019 05:50:45 AM  (c)dramsey 2019