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French 1940 Army List for Chain of Command

France 1940Its been a hectic week on Lard Island and we aren’t quite where we wanted to be with our 1940 lists for France and the low countries. The good news is, however, that we have the French list available and the British list is nearly complete. With a bit of luck we hope to have the British and Germans up by the end of the weekend.
The French are a really interesting force to game with, they have a nicely balanced force for fire and movement, especially when backed up with their VB launchers. To get the most from the French you will want to have your platoon officer leading from the front and controlling the action and keeping his force moving.
You can download the French 1940 list here: France 1940 Army List

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