The game was a late war WWI game with a German reinforced rearguard defending a small village against a Franco-American force that was the advanced guard of a major advance, charged with securing the village. I fought on the allied side, commanding an American regiment.
We deployed the Foreign Legion, supported by a battery and an FT17 tank in front of the village, charged with holding a large portion of the Germans in the village, while the Americans attacked on the left, against the German right, while the rest of the French attacked from our right, against the German left.
In the simplest terms the French easily drove in the German left and then turned against the village.The Americans had a much tougher fight and although they lost two thirds of their force, they eventually drove off the Germans to their front. With their flanks driven in, the end for Germans in the village was only a matter of time.
It was a simple, fun game that kept us busy for four hours on a warm Sunday.
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