April 9 – Denmark 1940 - Game Six

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7dot62mm
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April 9 – Denmark 1940 - Game Six

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Ltn Johan and what little remains of his Danish platoon have retreated to a small town not unlike Haderslev. There they will now make their final stand, defending their sector of the town against the invading Germans led by Leutnant Peters.

Full report of the game here:
http://thewargamersforum.com/viewtopic.php?f=13&t=3900

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Re: April 9 – Denmark 1940 - Game Six

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Wow wow and wow

You have really gone to town on the town.

Pics of the forces moving through it are great.
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Getting slaughtered by a surprising amount of opponents.

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BRILLIANT! Truly cinematic account and lively imagery. I could almost taste the stjerneskud. I was not surprised (as the husband of a Danish wife) that Danish women continued to show their unflappability in the face of danger, and I loved the closing Signal cover. Congrats and thanks to all involved!
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Very nicely done as usual Eero, a truly terrific report. I quite enjoyed the campaign and look forward to the next.

John (Lt Johan)

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Re: April 9 – Denmark 1940 - Game Six

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I've really enjoyed these AARs, well done to you and your team.

You have to admire the composure of the two women in the town square, who not only strolled through a massive exchange of machine-gun fire, but also ignored a major round of fisticuffs going on right behind them, and emerged unscathed from both.
No plan survives first contact with the dice.

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