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Playing Leapfrog -Corps Level Battles on the Western Front

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The game covers the trench war on the Western Front from 1915 to 1918 from the viewpoint of the many British offensives that took place. The British team of 1 corps commander and from 2 to 5 divisional commanders select their plan of attack in a pre-game sequence of defining the frontage of attack and how to use the available artillery assets as well as gas and mines. The Germans options are largely defined by their doctrine of counter-attack and availability of reinforcements and are done by the British players in sectors that do not involve their division.  

Depending on the success or failure of the attack players may be sacked and a divisional commander might leapfrog his corps commander to become the new corps commander!

There is also a system for fighting one-off battles at six periods in the war.

Content: Game Handbook with rules for setting up the battlefield, objectives, frontages and assets. There follows the rules on how to fight the battle with many examples of pay.

Also included are 6 Campaign Cards, Battlefield zone markers, Flow Charts on setting up the game and working out Victory and Defeat, Prestige Point Counters, 2-page Playsheet and Table of Organisation for the British & French Divisions.

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File Last Updated:
November 09, 2019
This title was added to our catalog on November 09, 2019.