The Battle of Lanfeng was part of the larger campaign for Northern and Eastern Henan (February 7 – June 10, 1938) and was
occurring at the same time as the Battle of Xuzhou (Late December – Early June 1938).
It involved a counterattack at Lanfeng by elements of the 1st War Area on the 14th Division, the vanguard of the Japanese First
Army of its North China Area Army numbering 20,000 men and tanks. It was the first action of the Chinese 200th Division, the
first mechanized division in the Chinese Army.
Attacker: Chinese (1st Column, 200th Division and the 36th Division)
Defender: Japanese (14th Infantry Division and 2nd Tank Battalion)
Turns: 6.5 Players: 2 OBA: None Night: No
Lanfeng, Henan Province, China 1938-05-26
Squads: A:17.0 D:10.0
AFVs: A:11 T-26TU M33(r ) x 5 L3/35(i) x 2 BA-6(r) x 2 Henschel 33(g) x 3 Vickers 6-Ton Mk E(b) x 2
D:4 Type 89A CHI-RO x 2 Type 89B CHI-RO x 2
Guns: A:3 3.7cm PaK 35/36 x 1 Oerlikon 20mm x 2 D:2 Type 92 Infantry Gun x 2 Type 89 Heavy Grenade-Launcher x 2 Type 97 Automatic Gun x 1