It starts off with a brief history of the war, with high level maps. In
a VERY nice touch, the scenarios are highlighted on the maps. So, for
each one, you can easily understand the context of the scenario in
regard to the phase of the war, and the location of the fight.
Then follows details on the scenario (table size!) scale, turn size, and
other assumptions made for the scenarios. This is really useful, and
will help you to tweak this to your favorite rule set. There is also a
key to the natural and man made terrain on each map. It has the effects
of spotting and combat, so again, helps to use this with your rule set
The scenarios have an introduction, a briefing for each side, and your
mission. For use at tournaments, there is an intel summary you can give
Last there is an Order of battle for each side, and the historical outcome.
15 scenarios are presented, covering the War in the East from June of 41
to June of 43.
There is also a nice bibliography at the end.
An extremely reasonable value for your 5 USD! (pdf form)