Nations at War: The Arnhem Campaign – Scenario 4: Hold the Line

Captain McCloud looked north towards the small town of Wolfheze nervously.  It was his charge to keep it in British hands now.  But somewhere out to the east were German tanks and men advancing straight for them.  If the British 10th Para could not hold the small town, the Germans …

Nations At War: Arnhem Campaign – Scenario 3 – Breaking Through

Welcome back to the ongoing campaign for Arnhem!  Over the last two weekends, I’ve been posting my progress on the Nations at War five-scenario campaign that takes place in September 1944 during Operation Market Garden.  In the last two scenarios, the British had taken Arnhem and defended the city against …

Nations At War: Arnhem Campaign – Scenario 2 – The First Defense

Last weekend, I started “The Arnhem Campaign”, a five-scenario campaign for Lock ‘n Load’s WW2 Platoon Combat game, “Nations at War”.  In my first outing as the British, I’m not sure how well I fared as my HQ had been reduced and my recon jeeps were scrap metal even though …

Nations At War: Arnhem Campaign – Scenario 1: To The Bridge

In Lock ‘n Load’s “Line of Fire” magazine issue 10, there’s a 5-scenario campaign for the WW2 platoon-level combat game, “Nations at War”.  The campaign features scenarios based around the unsuccessful Allied attempt to liberate the Netherlands in September 1944 known as Operation Market Garden. The first scenario in the …

Nations at War: White Star Rising – Omaha Beach

In scenario 7 of Lock ‘n Load’s WWII platoon-level combat game, Nations at War:  White Star Rising, the Americans are trying to take Omaha Beach on D-Day, June 7, 1944.  The US objective is to get off the beach, get behind those Germans and take the town of Saarbourg. The …

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