Generalissimo Jiang Kai-shek had committed some of his best divisions to aid the British defense of Burma. One of them, the 200th, was fighting valiantly to hold the walled city of Toungoo, now nearly encircled by the Japanese. Major-General “Vinegar Joe” Stilwell, nominally in charge of the Chinese Expeditionary Force in Burma, ordered the new Chinese 22nd Division to push south along the Mandalay-Rangoon road to relieve the pressure on Toungoo's defenders and hopefully open a corridor to them. . .
Attacker: Chinese (66th Infantry Regiment / 1st Tank Regiment)
Defender: Japanese (143rd Infantry Regiment, 55th Infantry Division)
Turns: 9.5 Players: 2 OBA: Chinese Night: No
6 miles north of Toungoo, Burma 1942-03-29
Squads: A:29.0 D:19.0
AFVs: A:10 T-26TU M33(r ) x 6 Carrier A(b) x 2 Carrier B(b) x 2
Guns: A:0 5cm leGrW 36 x 3 D:5 Type 94 Rapid-Fire Gun x 2 Type 92 Infantry Gun x 1 Year-41 Type Mountain Gun x 2 Type 89 Heavy Grenade-Launcher x 4