Scenario and VASL map available for free on Lone Canuck website . . .While the Batalion Puscasi No.1 was attacking the railroad station from the north, the Romanian 14th Dorobanti Regiment “Roman” executed a flanking manoeuvre in an attempt to outflank the Soviet defences. The Batalion Puscasi No.3 had swung wide and as it cleared the grain fields to the west of the town, it immediately came under mortar fire. The Soviets hurriedly started to divert units destined for the railroad station in an effort to reinforce their positions on west side of the town, before the Romanians could gain a foothold. The Romanians, reinforced with tanks and engineers, broke into the buildings at the edge of the town, managing to gain a lodgement, just before the bulk of the Soviet reinforcements had arrived to shore up their defenses.
Attacker: Romanian (Elements 14th Dorobanti Regiment “Roman” supported by 7th Tank Regiment)