7
Jun
11
2019

German Security Platoons for Chain of Command

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 .

3
May
28
2019

Kursk Campaign Game 4: Hold the Line

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 […]

4
May
07
2019

Kursk Campaign Game 3: Panzer Marsch!

5th July 1943, the start of one of the pivotal battles of the Second World War. After two turns of initial jockeying for position our campaign steps up a notch as the German panzers try to take the Soviet village of Butovo.

6
Mar
12
2019

Kursk Campaign Game 1: Eyes Down!

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 […]

2
Feb
05
2019

Soviet observers and DShK heavy machine gun

The next chain of command campaign I’m playing with my regular opponent Phil is Kursk, and I’ll be playing as the Reds.

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