Monday, 21 October 2013

D-Day+6 - the other sectors

Apart from the adjoining sectors I had little knowledge of the progress of the game in the other sectors. Overall it was an Allied win.

The pictures are in order of play rather than sector

An attemped panoramic view of the table

Don attempting to organise us

Western sectors (US)

101st paras advancing (they were on my left and we could provide shirt range support to each other if possible

US 2nd Armoured approaching Caretan

While their HQ hides itself away from harm

Armoured infantry entering Caretan, the scene of much street fighting

Artillery supporting 6th FJ REgiment opens fire on Caretan

17th SS Panzer Grenadier division deploying to confront 2nd US Armoured Division

All quiet in the 452nd German Infantry Division v's 29th US Infantry Division sector

2nd Panzer artillery deploying

And their PAKs

Panzer Lehr storms forwards

12th SS Panzer Division v's 3rd Canadian Infantry Division

21st Panzer Division v's British 3rd Infantry Division

From the 3rd Divisions perspective

Canadian 3rd Division

British 50th Infantry Division

British 7th Armoured

Confrontation down the Trungy to Quesnay Guesnon road

Plenty of tucks for the US 29th Division

2nd US Armoured

View of the table from the Eastern end (Germans to the left

Caretan, it was in two sectors, for the Allies the problem was the river/canal on the northern side restricting access

Units of 101st Airborne moving up to the west of Caretan

a footbridge comes in handy

6th FJ regiment struggling to attack Caretan, Artillery from 91st Airlanding in support

German 352nd Infantry v's US 29th Infantry

2nd Panzer under pressure

A couple of views of the whole table during the lunch break

Another view of the 101st Airborne

Blazing shermans from 2nd Armoured, but they held the line

29th US Infantry pushing forward into enemy territory


Digger said...

Hats off! Gorgeous table! Gorgeous Terrane!

AJ (Allan) Wright said...

MASSIVE! And it's beautiful too. How do you play this game and not spend all your time snapping photos?

Stryker said...

Great stuff - thanks for posting!

Archduke Piccolo said...

What a day you had! Astonishingly good terrain and troops. Inspirational. Looking at all those shiny toys reminded me of all the toys I still have sitting in boxes awaiting my attention...