Setting aside my browser problems I had a distraction in the letter box, a second-hand copy of War Games had arrived. It is a well used copy, probably an ex-library copy, but I am not fussed as it a reminder of a time when I visited the local library to constantly borrow wargaming books.
|Another addition to the library|
So for a break from the English Civil War campaign I tried to refight "Tank and Infantry Action on the St James Road". The scenario had British infantry supported by tanks holding the high ground covering St James Road, and the Germans attacking over the embankment.
|Tabletop attempt to reflect the scenario map|
|British forces in prepared defensive positions|
|The German attack rolls across the embankment|
|The German's try and move around the flank|
|The German attack on the farm was proving costly|
|A quick photo of my recently completed Sd.Kfz.250/10|
|The flank attack while costly was starting to make headway|
|British forces were scrambling to stop the breakthrough|
|Things are looking pretty grim for the defenders|
|At games end the defenders still held the farm and woods on the high ground.|
This turned out to be a most enjoyable game and Browser issues were temporarily forgotten.