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Bolt Action

The Eastern Front

Andy set up another great scenario using his 20mm figures and terrain.  See them in the World War Two Bolt Action Gallery.

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This time the Russians attacked only to find the defenders dug in and protected by Tiger Tanks.  These dealt a heavy toll on the inexperienced Russian Tanks but it was possible eventually to destroy one of them by shear weight of numbers.  The dug in veteran Germans proved to be doughty hand to hand fighters and one single unit wiped out two Russian assaults.  In the end the Battle was a draw.  If it hadn’t been for those pesky kids (with a flamethrower) though things might have proved different.

Posted March 3, 2013 by wargamesdiary in Miniatures

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