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    madasaskaven
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    #1379239

    oriskany
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    That’s a great looking table, @madasaskaven.  Looks like the Orne river (foreground) – Horsa Bridge … and Caen Canal / Pegasus Bridge in the background?

    Yeah, people always forget there were TWO bridges in play that night …

    #1379240

    madasaskaven
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    Yes Oriskany your right. I’ve been there 4 times over the years and always stop for a cuppa on my way past. Thought we’d have a rest for the weekend from AWI and have some fun back in WW2. Should be interesting with 3 per side. Let’s hope the dice gods are on my side on Saturday. 👍

    #1379251

    lstarup
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    Looking fantastic, just started with Chain Of Command – would love a table like that.

    Have a great game.

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    madasaskaven
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    Well game day has been and gone. The British surrender both bridges after putting up a terrific fight to the death. However moral dropped to 0 and the German army marched the British survivors away to a POW camp, and the 21st Panzer is released to drive the British back in to the sea. Great game, took 6 hrs and much laughter and crying in equal amounts.

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    fogh
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    A great looking table, and sounds like a well enjoyed game!

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