I have hit a roadblock in my development of the Axis side in a scenario that is based in North-East of the Netherlands in april 1945. I finished the Allies, it is as accurate as I found it to be based on books and websites. All info is based around: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_Groningen https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Operation_Amherst https://www.canadiansoldiers.com/history/battlehonours/northwesteurope/groningen.htm https://www.battlefieldtours.nu/informatie/slag-om-groningen/ https://www.tracesofwar.com/articles/2621/Operation-Amherst.htm?c=gw https://codenames.info/operation/amherst/ There is no clear Axis structure to be found at that point. All I have found out right now is: Generalmajor Karl Böttger was leading the Feldkommandur 674, which was the garrison force of the Northeast. Elements of 34th SS Volunteer Grenadier Division Landstorm Nederland (Dutch volunteer Waffen-SS), named a division but never reached more than Brigade strength). Elements of the 408th Infanterie Division. Scattered Luftwaffe defenses (mostly flak positions). Sicherheitsdienst elements. Kriegsmarine elements. Some Hitler Youth. Johannes Blaskowitz was the top overall commander of Heeresgruppe Nordwest which included the whole of the Netherlands. All was directed towards holding out at all costs and covering the retreat of all German forces in the area through the gap through Groningen. A few days before the battle the 480th Infanterie Division (I found it peculiar that both 408 and 480 are mentioned, a mere coincidence or an error?) left the city by train to return to Germany in the east. 7000 - 7500 German forces in the area. But no real idea how to tackle this and try to remain as accurate as possible without a structure to follow.