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Three New Scenarios for LnLT Battles to the Rhine

Three New Scenarios for LnLT Battles to the Rhine v1.0 Rev 9

Battles to the Rhine is an expansion module for Heroes of Normandy. Originally you had 6 new scenarios with 5 maps based on maps from Heroes of Normandy including 3 new Snow maps to reflect the cold and bitter fighting outside of Bastogne in December of 1944. We have also included new rules and counters that allow vehicles to use Smoke and White Phosphorus shells, allowing tanks to have a greater impact on the battlefield and opening new tactical possibilities for attacking and on the defense.

We now have added three additional scenarios designed and developed by Devin Heinle. The new scenarios are

Blood Stained Bocage: France July 11th, 1944 - As part of the effort to stop the Allied forces from capturing the city of Saint Lo, the Panzer Lehr Division had been rushed to the area. On one of the first days in the area, the panzer-Lehr launched a counterattack against elements of the Ameri-can 9th and 30th infantry divisions around the village of Le Desert.

Aachen, Bloody Aachen: Germany October 18, 1944 - The ancient, picturesque city of Aachen had been incorporated into the German defensive positions of the Siegfried Lines. It held little military value; it was, however, an important symbol as it was the first German city threatened by an enemy during World War II. The task of capturing the city fell to 2 Battalions of the 26thInfantry Regiment, 1st Infantry Division. Armed with machine guns and flamethrowers, the 2nd and 3rd Infantry Battalions. Success in Aachen was measured by the number of houses captured daily.

Christmas Day Flurry: France December 25, 1944 - German operation of Wacht am Rhine, also known as the Battle of the Bulge, had not gone as Hitler had envisioned. The vanguard of the 2nd Panzer Division got to with-in 4 km from the Meuse, where on December 24th, they were stopped by the US 2nd Armored Division and the British 3rd Royal Tank Regiment. The 2nd Panzer was then forced to retreat by fierce American counterattacks and the lack of petrol.

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