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Storm, Five, Five, Five! ETO (id:#58256)
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RussianGerman
Overview:
The radios of the Soviet Don Tank Corps crackled with the words “Storm Five-Five-Five!” The all-out offensive against the salient of Army Group Centre had begun. However, east of the Bobruysk Bridge over the Berezina River waited a worthy opponent. The reinforced II/Panzer Regiment 21, Panzer Division 20 was well placed and could be employed against either a northerly or southerly Russian thrust. The battalion was superbly equipped, with about one hundred battle worthy Mark IVs. However, Major Paul Schulze, in command of the regiment, had received no orders. Therefore, on his own initiative, Schulze hurled three of his companies, including his own tank, against the attack of the Soviet 48th Army, north of Bobruysk. From the north to the south, the Russians smashed the German Ninth Army’s strongpoints along the Berezina River. The Russians broke through to the northwest and were threatening the rear of Schulze’s panzerkampfgruppe. The Major pulled Leutnant Begemann’s Panzer Kompanie out of the operation and ordered it to race back to the north to hold the crossroads and bridge east of Bobruysk. Lt. Begemann had arrived just as the Russians’ attack was being launched on the bridge. Between him and the bridge was a screening force sent around to cut off any reinforcements.
Attacker: Russian (Advance elements of the Soviet Don Tank Corps)
Defender: German (Elements of the Ninth Army Bridge Guard and Kompanie 2, II/Panzer Regiment 21)  
Turns: 6     Players: 2     OBA: None     Night: No
Bobruysk, USSR 1944-06-25
Unit Counts:
Squads: A:5.0 D:3.0
AFVs: A:10
T-34 M43 x 10

D:10
PzKpfw IVH x 10

Guns: A:0 D:1
3.7cm FlaK 36 o. 37 x 1
Victory Conditions:
Exit VP: Building Control VC: Area Control VC:
Unit Based VC: LOS Style VC: CVP Cap:
Misc Rules:
Map Board(s): 4 40 44
Overlays: Wd5
Errata (source)
Replace SSR 1:  with the following SSR1. EC is moderate with a Mild Breeze to the Northeast. The River (B21.12) Depth is Fordable, the Current is North to South, and the Force is Slow. There is a two-lane stone bridge from 40Q2-3. LCP website
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mtrodgers99 Added a playing2017-12-13 16:02:39
hoxson1 Modified the overlays2017-11-02 15:05:27
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2017-12-11(A) Michael Rodgers vs Magnus Rimvall German winI had the Russians. The five tanks with riders went for the bridge and unloaded on Russian turn 2 because of the turn 1 MP restriction of half MP. The other group of five T34 went to the middle of the map to protect the flank of the first group. There were Germans on both sides of the bridge. The ten reinforcing Pz4 tanks going after that flanking force led me to add two of the bridge group tanks to the flanking group tanks. I sent two tanks fairly close to the Germans, but in hull down positions in the middle area. I had two early kills against the Pz4 tanks, but that was all. After two turns I had two destroyed T34 (one of the hull down ones) and one immobilized. The bridge tanks were in motion at the bridge. On the third turn, everything went bad for the Russians. A T34 drove across the bridge and was destroyed by a PF from a squad next to the bridge exit. A second drove across and went left into the grain and found the 37L AA gun. The gun took an in-hex shot and immobilized that tank, whose crew bailed and died. At least the Russian infantry pushed the German bridge garrison away from the Russian side of the bridge. German defensive fire killed one more T34, and the earlier immobilized T34 malt'd its MA. The remnants of my flanking force disengaged behind burning wrecks and headed for the bridge. German turn 3 saw 2 Pz4 lay smoke and the other six moved up to attack my remaining four tanks on the Russian side of the bridge. During Russian defensive fire, another tube broke. I felt the Russians could not win at this point, so I conceded; I could have tried trading shots for another turn to see.
2014-07-27(D) nathan wegener vs Jared B German winClassic T-34 vs Pz IV meeting engagement. A few German squads hold the bridge can the Russians spare enough armour to support the crossing and still hold off the Panzers? Our battle swung both ways with flank and counter flank manoeuvres at every turn.
2014-06-08(D) fabrizio da pra vs Daniel Takai German win
2014-03-17(D) Dave Mareske vs Paul Works Russian win
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Avg Rating: 7.00Votes: 6
Views: 1193
To-Play list count: 1
Estimated Play time: 6 hours
Recorded Games: 4
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"Storm [Confirmed]
[A] Five 0
[D] OST2 0
Friday 23 February 2018 09:37:20 AM  (c)dramsey 2018