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Eastern Front 1944 – IABSM (10mm)

A photographic report from our last battle with IABSM rules. A Surprise Encounter, Eastern Front 1944

The battlefield

The battlefield

The settlement on the SW hill

The settlement on the SW hill

The warehouse on the NW hill

The warehouse on the NW hill

First movements of the blinds

First movements of the blinds

The T-34/ 85s spot the german Company HQ

The T-34/ 85s spot the german Company HQ

The BA-64s of the Recce Platoon guarding the right flank of the T-34s

The BA-64s of the Recce Platoon guarding the right flank of the T-34s

A Puma, german recce vehicle

A Puma, german recce vehicle

The german CHQ platoon opened fire first with limited results

The german CHQ platoon opened fire first with limited results

The Pzgrenadiers arrived on trucks in the settlement

The Pzgrenadiers arrived on trucks in the settlement

The T-34s returned fire with excellent accuracy ...

The T-34s returned fire with excellent accuracy …

..they blowed up 2 tanks..

..they blowed up 2 tanks..

...these tanks!

…these tanks!

The Ba-64s advanced and opened fire to the Pzgrenadiers...

The Ba-64s advanced and opened fire to the Pzgrenadiers…

...made their trucks immobilised...

…made their trucks immobilised…

The Pzgrenadiers had remarkable casualties...

The Pzgrenadiers had remarkable casualties…

...the rest of the Pzgrenadier platoon tried to find cover in the settlement

…the rest of the Pzgrenadier platoon tried to find cover in the settlement

The PzIVs arrived (at last!!!)

The PzIVs arrived (at last!!!)

But it was too late...they had to retreat...

But it was too late…they had to retreat…

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4 comments on “Eastern Front 1944 – IABSM (10mm)

  1. Shaun Travers
    August 15, 2015

    That terrain is fantastic!

  2. VAGGELIS
    August 15, 2015

    Thank you Shaun!

  3. Michael Peterson
    August 15, 2015

    Beautiful terrain and models, the quality is remarkable. One of the nicest presentations of a war-game I’ve seen.
    Are the models 15mm or 6mm?
    Cheers,
    Michael

  4. VAGGELIS
    August 15, 2015

    Thanks Michael for your kind words! The models is a mix of 10mm (Pendraken) & 12mm (Minifigs).

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This entry was posted on August 14, 2015 by in After Action Reports, I Ain't Been Shot Mum, World War 2 Gaming.

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