I’ve recently been painting a partisan platoon for Chain of Command, and they’ll need someone to fight. With a little bit of a tweak my Germany infantry troops can be used to represent a rear-echelon unit such as the landesschützen .
5th July 1943, south of Kursk. Smoke rises over the Russian town of Butovo. Tired Soviet infantrymen fall back, anxiously watching for their grey-clad enemy. German troops have pushed their way into the town, and the defence has been reduced to a running battle, trying to buy time and slow the attackers. Can the Red […]
Kursk! The greatest battle of the Second World War, where the invincible German war machine would go head-to-head with the immense Soviet juggernaut. Well, our Chain of Command table isn’t quite that epic in scale, but it is the first game of a new campaign, and the fate of the world (or at least toy […]