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AAR 44, 21 Panzer vs FallSchirmJager +Rob's Canadians

(Above) Rob aka RKelly and Adam aka Clockwerks go toe to toe: Gepanzertes vs Canadians

Friday Night Fights, at Rob's place again on his gorgeous tables. Pripyat and I played on the Afghanistan/Italy table (video below) while I took some snapshots of their game. Rob has been toiling away at his Canadians, so I just had to post pics.

(above and below) Clockwerks' Germans, soon-to-be-Lehr we are told, including those frustrating Puma's, prepare to go on the offensive.

(above) Transports

(above) 17pdrs and Recce

(above) The thin Maple Line

(above) The nicest Shermans I have ever seen. Click to zoom in on that Firefly, it has the long barrel camoflage, black on top to mask the 17pdr, and wavy white lines underneath, to reduce shadowing on the ground of it. Just look at all that stowage on there.

(above) Observers

Royal Canadian Artillery 25 pdr, with the late war muzzle brakes

17pdr AT gun. I love those Hessian strips on all the helmets. Makes me wish I was Canadian, oh wait I am!

Lastly, we get to the actual game that I played. Lists below video link

Brett (Pripyat) took:

Cassino Fallschirmjager, 1500
HQ with 1 Pnzrknkr, 2 Shrecks, 2 Mortars
Full Platoon w/ Knkr
Full Platoon w/ Knkr
3 Marder III Ms
3 Marder II
3 Nebs
3 Pak40 Nests
1 Panzer II Turret
2 HMG Nests

I took:

21. Panzerdivision G-Panzergrenadiers, E&S 1500
Command Gepanzerte PanzerGrenadier (GPG) CO and 2IC, Faust upgrades, halftracks
GPG full platoon, 3.7cm Halftrack upgrade, Faust command upgrade
GPG full platoon, 3.7cm Halftrack upgrade, Faust command upgrade
15cm Lorraine 37L SP Howitzer battery (3 guns), command halftrack upgrade
Panzerwerfer x 3, extra crew, (SOMUA chassis not Maultier)
FlaK36 Battery (2 '88s with extra crew)
TigerII (Porsche)


  1. nice!
    what's up with the unfinished base by the halftracks (3rd pic)?

  2. I think they used it as a make shift objective.


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