Happy New Year Major Bake

Special Note: CMRT Winter Mod by kohlenklau and BarbaricCo

This battle was design for the CMRT Winter Mod.

Northwest of Morozovsk Midnight 1 January, 1943

You will fighting a night battle on the steppe north of the critical airfield at Tatsinskaya. Operation Winter Storm is over. Germans in the Stalingrad kessel are on their own except for the meager supplies the airfield might provide. Try to coordinate your forces around a farming village guarded by a fordable stream. Schnapps or vodka, what will flow on New Year’s Day?

WHAT VERSION OF COMBAT MISSION IS THE FILE FOR? CM : RED THUNDER
WHAT IS THE SCENARIO / MAP TITLE? Happy New Year Major Bake
FILE TYPE? SCENARIO PLAYABLE AS H2H AND VS AI
DOES THE SCENARIO / MAP REQUIRE BATTLEFRONT DLC OR MODS? YES [PLEASE ADVISE WHAT IS REQUIRED IN DESCRIPTION FIELD]
WHAT SIZE IS THE BATTLE? SMALL
WHAT ARE THE MAP DIMESIONS? 624 X 624 meters
WHAT TYPE OF BATTLE IS THIS? PROBE
WHAT IS THE LENGTH OF THE SCENARIO? LESS THAN 30 MINUTES
WHERE IS THE SCENARIO / MAP BASED? SOVIET UNION [RED THUNDER]
WHEN IS THE SCENARIO BASED? JULY 1943
WHAT TIME OF DAY IS THE SCENARIO BASED? NIGHT
WHAT IS THE WEATHER IN THE SCENARIO? CLEAR
NATIONALITY OF SIDE ONE German (AI available)
NATIONALITY OF SIDE TWO Soviet (AI available)
THIS SCENARIO IS BEST PLAYED AS… H2H, SIDE ONE VS AI, SIDE TWO VS AI
SUBMITTED BY? Kevin Kinscherf
Icon of Happy-New-Year-Major-Bake Happy-New-Year-Major-Bake (2.9 MiB)

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1 Comment on "Happy New Year Major Bake"

  1. Michael Balsai | May 8, 2016 at 6:31 pm | Reply

    Fun and violent scenario (I got a draw) but so far as I know, panzerfausts were not available during the Stalingrad campaign. Thus these weapons should be removed and replaced with demo charges or something similar. Apparently troop trials for panzerfausts did not start until July 1943 (just in time for Kursk, I guess). This was extracted from: Weapons of the Third Reich, by Terry Gander and Peter Chamberlain (1979) Doubleday, NY 371 p. In fact both the panzerfaust and panzerschreck both appeared for troop trials first in 1943 (Small Arms 1914-Present, Martin Dougherty and Michael Haskew, 2013, Metro Books, NY. 384 p.

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