ASL Leibstandarte Pack 6
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LSSAH 41 - Mouen, France, 28 June 1944: British spearheads of the 15th Scottish Division have advanced south, seizing bridges over the Orne River. The 1.SS-Panzerdivision Leibstandarte is ordered to launch an immediately counterattack to cut-off the penetration before the British can get a foothold.
Germans: 6½ Squads, 3 Leaders, 4 SW + 3 Panzer IVs with a Panzer Leader
British: 10 Squads, 3 Leaders, 5 SW + 3 Light Tanks
Map Boards: 2, Turns: 8
LSSAH 42 - Hubert-Folie, France, 18 July 1944: The British launch Operation GOODWOOD in the hopes to break into open tank country, southeast of Caen. The 1.SS-Panzerdivision Leibstandarte is rushed into a blocking position unseen by Allied observers and waits in ambush, directly in the path of the 3rd Battalion, Royal Tank Regiment.
Germans: 7½ Squads, 2 Crews, 2 Leaders, 6 SW, 2 Infantry Guns + 2 Assault Guns with a Panzer Leader
British: 6½ Squads, 3 Leaders, 3 SW, 3 Carriers, 5 Halftracks + 10 Sherman Tanks & a Sherman OP Tank
Map Boards: 2, Overlays: 3, Turns: 7
LSSAH 43 - Solders, France, 18 July 1944: Despite heavy losses, Operation GOODWOOD continued to grind its way forward, the battlefield littered with burning hulls of the British 11th Armoured Division. Shortly after midday, the 2/Fife and Forfar Yeomanry is ordered to capture the Bourgébus Ridge; simultaneously, the 1.SS-Panzerdivision Leibstandarte is ordered to counterattack.
Germans: 4 HS, Leader, 2 SW + 6 Panthers with 2 Panzer Leaders
British: 7 Squads, 2 Leaders, 3 SW, 7 Halftracks + 18 Sherman Tanks with Armour Leader
Map Boards: 3, Overlays: 1, Turns: 7½
ERRATA: Board Configuration, the letter "t" on Board "t" is in the wrong place - it should be at the top left of the Board (see picture for correct alignment)
LSSAH 44 - Tilly-la-Campagne, France, 25 July 1944: The Americans had launched Operation COBRA, at the same the Canadians had launched Operation SPRING; its objective to capture Point 122. On route the Canadians had to first clear Tilly-la-Campagne, where hidden among the smoulder ruins were the Pioniers, Panzergrenadiers, and Panzers the 1.SS-Panzerdivision Leibstandarte.
Germans: 8 Squads, 3 Leaders, 8 SW + 2 Panzer IVs
Canadians: 16 Squads, 4 Leaders, 15 SW, + 5 Sherman Tanks + OBA
Map Boards: 2, Turns: 7
LSSAH 45 - Saint Barthelemy, France, 7 August 1944: The Germans launched Operation LÜTTICH, its objective to recapture Avranches and cut-off Patton's 3rd Army spilling into Brittiany. In the foggy morning hours, 1.SS-Panzerdivision Leibstandarte drove into Saint Barthelemy fully expecting the village to be cleared earlier by 2.Panzerdivision; but as the fog lifted, the lead elements found themselves fighting in close quarters with GIs of the 117th Infantry Regiment.
Germans: 8 Squads, 3 Leaders, SW, 6 Kubelwagens, 9 Halftracks, + 3 Panthers
Americans: 12½ Squads, 3 Leaders, 13 SW, 5 A-T Guns, 5 Halftracks
Map Boards: 4, Overlays: 1, Turns: 7½
LSSAH 46 - Saint Barthelemy, France, 9 August 1944: The 1.SS-Panzerdivision Leibstandarte attack ground to a halt. Overhead Allied Fighter-Bombers circled waiting to pounce. The US 117th Regiment, having received reinforcements that morning, launched a counterattack looking to retake ground earlier given up.
Germans: 5½ Squads, 2 Crews, 2 Leaders, 6 SW, 2 Medium Mortars, + 3 Panzer IVs with 9-1 Panzer Leader
Americans: 14½ Squads, 3 Leaders, 11 SW, + 6 Sherman Tanks with Armour Leader
Map Boards: 4, Turns: 7½
LSSAH 47 - Joue-du-Bois, France, 13 August 1944: Field Marshal Montgomery ordered the gap between Falaise and Alençon shut, hoping to trap a large portion of the German 7th Army within it. The 1.SS-Panzerdivision Leibstandarte received orders to hold open the narrowing corridor to allow the what was left of the 7th Army to withdraw out of the collapsing pocket.
Germans: 6 Squads, 4 Crews, 2 Leaders, 4 SW, 2 Medium Mortars, 2 A-T Guns
Americans: 15½ Squads, 4 Leaders, 13 SW + 5 Sherman Tanks + OBA
Map Boards: 4, Turns: 7½
LSSAH 48 - Saint-Lambert, France, 20 August 1944: The Allies' noose was tightening about the neck of the Falaise Pocket. The 1.SS-Panzerdivision Leibstandarte reduced to little more than a pair kampfgruppes was tasked to lead the breakout out of the pocket.
Germans: 5 Squads, 2 Leaders, 3 SW, 7 Halftracks, + 4 Panzer IVs with a Panzer Leader
Canadians: 6 Squads, 2 Leaders, 4 SW + 8 Sherman Tanks with an Armour Leader
Map Boards: 2, Turns: 6½