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Falaise pocket, Axis defend line, allies destroy german forces!
Exit scenario.
The BEF has to get out of France.
Exit numbers have been thoroughly tested.
What if scenario, 6th AB holds the bridges and the area around the Orne, 21st panzerdiv counterattacks.
Most of the units from both divisions arrive on the map.
There fore its huge.
Modified version of this scenario.

Added more reinforcementslots.
Added more turns
Fixed map errors

Thanks to Sphinx for testing!
French troops put up a fight against a German kampfgruppe.
The aftermath of the Market Garden offensive, german counterattacks stalled the allied advance.
In the Peels swampy area hell on earth awaits the US troops.
The German advance to Folkestone. The 17th infantry division secures the flanks!
7th panzerdivision lands on the beaches near Folkestone!
Sealion, battle for the Rye beach and canal.
Allies press forward to Eindhoven. Kampfgruppe Roestler has to stop them.
CMBB
19 panzer attacks Glowaczow, can the Russians withstand?
Major modification of my own scenario:
- Germany starts pre-planned bombardment,even under AI control!
- Polish fortifications relocated to prove better fields of fire
**this is a non-historical game, in that the background story is pure fiction. It is however, created to provide a challenge to two CM players by utilizing the “war game construction set” aspect of CMBB. It is ONLY intended for “head to head” play, and should not be played against the AI, due to the complex tactical aspects presented in the scenario. Please read the briefing carefully, and review your assets and goals.
**This scenario should be played double-blind! – for a fair game and a fun experience, do not view the briefing or opening set up of more than one side – there are parts of each that, if known, would prevent a fair game**
General Briefing
The Eastern European nation of Vulgaria is a small monarchy on the Black Sea coast. The young nation was created from the post-1918 dissolution of the Austro-Hungarian empire. The two decades following the Great War have been ones of relative serenity, and with the steady hand of King Olaf I and his ministers, the nation had managed to avoid entanglement into the web of alliances that have subsequently dragged the rest of Europe into the conflagration that is now known as World War Two.
King Olaf I managed to hold the various factions of his nation together, and to placate both the Axis and the USSR by supplying both sides with raw materials - coal and lumber in particular, and finished weaponry from the many factories of the Kopek family, who have for generations singlehandedly been the prime power brokers in Vulgaria. The Vulgarian military had commercial relations with the Swedish and Czech manufacturers, and have built their products under licence. Since the outbreak of the war in 1939, through exchanges of rare materials, the Vulgarian military has secured captured French and Soviet equipment from the Axis powers, which are eager to benefit from the bounty of their early war victories. This equipment is being refurbished in several of the Kopek factories located in the capital city, the charming Olafburgh, on the Black Sea.
Sadly, King Olaf I, worn by the constant stress and his advanced years, died two weeks ago in his sleep. His young son, Olaf II, has assumed the title of Regent. This was just the opportunity the Vulgarian fascist party - known as the Iron Fist - was waiting for. General Fabius Maximus, the military Chief of Staff, orchestrated a quiet palace coup, conducted behind the scenes. The fascist forces occupied the Royal Palace, and the young Regent Olaf II, with neither the ability nor the courage to resist, quietly acquiesced to Maximus.
The Ministry of the Interior's police immediately set out and to arrest as many of the labour leaders as they could, to pre-empt any unrest. This seizure of power has not gone to plan, however. The leftist labour unions, heavily infiltrated with Soviet agitators, quickly mobilized and seized the factories and mines, overpowering the police units sent to secure these sites. This has placed the leftists in control of many of the armament plants owned by the Kopek family, and ironically these anti-fascists are in control of the capitalist owned sources of weaponry. The Army, which had been rapidly expanded in the past few years, consists of mostly urban conscripts. These educated and urbanized youth in the ranks have been receptive to the agitation of the Soviet agents, and most of the national army has rallied to the call of the left, and is now marching on the capital to seize power themselves.
The labour leaders that were arrested have been secured in the Ministry's prison, located in Olafburgh, along the coast.
The professional Navy and Air Force, whose officers come from the landed class, and whose enlisted ranks comprise of highly trained volunteers, have rallied around the Chief of Staff. The wealthy Kopek family, who directly or indirectly control most of the industrial and resources assets in Vulgaria, have quietly funded the Iron Fist party, and have encouraged the coup's participants.
The church, a strong agent in the traditional social structure, is an ardent supporter of the status quo and has subscribed to the values of the Iron Fist Party - "God, King, Family, and Work!". The church has amassed great wealth from this support of the fascists, and it has urged its followers to defend the King and the faith. While the church itself abhors violence, some of its followers and even some clergy have threatened to take up arms to thwart any assault on the righteous authority of the Crown and the Church. Understandably the leftists have a great resentment towards the church. Already reports have been made of bloody clashes at local parishes between the followers of the faith and the wrath of the workers.
This morning the situation report states the attempt of the Iron Fist to secure control of Vulgaria was gone awry. While the Ministry of the Interior were able to scoop up all the labour leaders at the Kopek Motor Works, communication failures between the units of the Ministry of the Interior, the Iron Fist’s own storm troopers, the local police, and the Kopek Industries Security branch have resulted in the workers being able to secure control of the major dockyard, railway station, and several of the Kopek factories. Most disturbingly, workers have seized the Kopek coal mine, and have set the nearby Kopek family estate aflame. Not surprisingly the student union at the University of Rote has joined forces with the leftist rebels, and has seized the campus.
Weapons had been smuggled into the Ministry of the Interior’s prison, and overnight the labour leaders staged a break out attempt that was nearly successful – they have seized control of the prison courtyard but the rattled guards have regrouped on the outer walls. The situation is tenuous.
The fascists have control of the naval and air force facilities, as well as the ardent if under-armed Ministry of Interior's paramilitary police force. One of the Navy's small patrol boats attempted to return to port, but there is a report that saboteurs may have tampered with naval vessel's engines and it is stranded at the mouth of the harbour.
The air force has the new parachute battalion, a unit yet to be brought to full complement, but that is well equipped and professional. It is based at the Franz Joseph Air Field. The Iron Fist party has their own armed "protection units", based at their party HQ . Kopek Industries has small detachments of their own security forces near their facilities, but they have poor armaments and little effective training. Lastly, the civilian police appear to have fled, and their station near the Naval dockyards has been set alight, after the weapons stores were looted. The situation in that neighbourhood is unknown.
Any opportunity to avert fratricide between the armed services was lost this morning, when the Army managed to move one of its armoured trains into the dockyard area to support the labour militia. Air Force SM-79 bombers attacked the rail station and may have damaged or destroyed the train, but the Army's A/A guns took a heavy toll of the air force's small bomber fleet. With blood spilt on both sides, the stage is set for a show down.
King Olaf II is known to be in the Royal Palace, and is very rattled by the developments.
Whoever secures the Royal Palace secures the Vulgarian national soul. Furthermore, to secure the palace gains either faction the international legitimacy that will ensure the support of either the Axis or Soviet forces. The very future of the nation is at the crossroads. Who holds the palace holds all the cards in this dangerous game.
**this is a non-historical game, in that the background story is pure fiction. It is however, created to provide a challenge to two CM players by utilizing the “war game construction set” aspect of CMBB. It is ONLY intended for “head to head” play, and should not be played against the AI, due to the complex tactical aspects presented in the scenario. Please read the briefing carefully, and review your assets and goals.
**This scenario should be played double-blind! – for a fair game and a fun experience, do not view the briefing or opening set up of more than one side – there are parts of each that, if known, would prevent a fair game**
General Briefing
The Eastern European nation of Vulgaria is a small monarchy on the Black Sea coast. The young nation was created from the post-1918 dissolution of the Austro-Hungarian empire. The two decades following the Great War have been ones of relative serenity, and with the steady hand of King Olaf I and his ministers, the nation had managed to avoid entanglement into the web of alliances that have subsequently dragged the rest of Europe into the conflagration that is now known as World War Two.
King Olaf I managed to hold the various factions of his nation together, and to placate both the Axis and the USSR by supplying both sides with raw materials - coal and lumber in particular, and finished weaponry from the many factories of the Kopek family, who have for generations singlehandedly been the prime power brokers in Vulgaria. The Vulgarian military had commercial relations with the Swedish and Czech manufacturers, and have built their products under licence. Since the outbreak of the war in 1939, through exchanges of rare materials, the Vulgarian military has secured captured French and Soviet equipment from the Axis powers, which are eager to benefit from the bounty of their early war victories. This equipment is being refurbished in several of the Kopek factories located in the capital city, the charming Olafburgh, on the Black Sea.
Sadly, King Olaf I, worn by the constant stress and his advanced years, died two weeks ago in his sleep. His young son, Olaf II, has assumed the title of Regent. This was just the opportunity the Vulgarian fascist party - known as the Iron Fist - was waiting for. General Fabius Maximus, the military Chief of Staff, orchestrated a quiet palace coup, conducted behind the scenes. The fascist forces occupied the Royal Palace, and the young Regent Olaf II, with neither the ability nor the courage to resist, quietly acquiesced to Maximus.
The Ministry of the Interior's police immediately set out and to arrest as many of the labour leaders as they could, to pre-empt any unrest. This seizure of power has not gone to plan, however. The leftist labour unions, heavily infiltrated with Soviet agitators, quickly mobilized and seized the factories and mines, overpowering the police units sent to secure these sites. This has placed the leftists in control of many of the armament plants owned by the Kopek family, and ironically these anti-fascists are in control of the capitalist owned sources of weaponry. The Army, which had been rapidly expanded in the past few years, consists of mostly urban conscripts. These educated and urbanized youth in the ranks have been receptive to the agitation of the Soviet agents, and most of the national army has rallied to the call of the left, and is now marching on the capital to seize power themselves.
The labour leaders that were arrested have been secured in the Ministry's prison, located in Olafburgh, along the coast.
The professional Navy and Air Force, whose officers come from the landed class, and whose enlisted ranks comprise of highly trained volunteers, have rallied around the Chief of Staff. The wealthy Kopek family, who directly or indirectly control most of the industrial and resources assets in Vulgaria, have quietly funded the Iron Fist party, and have encouraged the coup's participants.
The church, a strong agent in the traditional social structure, is an ardent supporter of the status quo and has subscribed to the values of the Iron Fist Party - "God, King, Family, and Work!". The church has amassed great wealth from this support of the fascists, and it has urged its followers to defend the King and the faith. While the church itself abhors violence, some of its followers and even some clergy have threatened to take up arms to thwart any assault on the righteous authority of the Crown and the Church. Understandably the leftists have a great resentment towards the church. Already reports have been made of bloody clashes at local parishes between the followers of the faith and the wrath of the workers.
This morning the situation report states the attempt of the Iron Fist to secure control of Vulgaria was gone awry. While the Ministry of the Interior were able to scoop up all the labour leaders at the Kopek Motor Works, communication failures between the units of the Ministry of the Interior, the Iron Fist’s own storm troopers, the local police, and the Kopek Industries Security branch have resulted in the workers being able to secure control of the major dockyard, railway station, and several of the Kopek factories. Most disturbingly, workers have seized the Kopek coal mine, and have set the nearby Kopek family estate aflame. Not surprisingly the student union at the University of Rote has joined forces with the leftist rebels, and has seized the campus.
Weapons had been smuggled into the Ministry of the Interior’s prison, and overnight the labour leaders staged a break out attempt that was nearly successful – they have seized control of the prison courtyard but the rattled guards have regrouped on the outer walls. The situation is tenuous.
The fascists have control of the naval and air force facilities, as well as the ardent if under-armed Ministry of Interior's paramilitary police force. One of the Navy's small patrol boats attempted to return to port, but there is a report that saboteurs may have tampered with naval vessel's engines and it is stranded at the mouth of the harbour.
The air force has the new parachute battalion, a unit yet to be brought to full complement, but that is well equipped and professional. It is based at the Franz Joseph Air Field. The Iron Fist party has their own armed "protection units", based at their party HQ . Kopek Industries has small detachments of their own security forces near their facilities, but they have poor armaments and little effective training. Lastly, the civilian police appear to have fled, and their station near the Naval dockyards has been set alight, after the weapons stores were looted. The situation in that neighbourhood is unknown.
Any opportunity to avert fratricide between the armed services was lost this morning, when the Army managed to move one of its armoured trains into the dockyard area to support the labour militia. Air Force SM-79 bombers attacked the rail station and may have damaged or destroyed the train, but the Army's A/A guns took a heavy toll of the air force's small bomber fleet. With blood spilt on both sides, the stage is set for a show down.
King Olaf II is known to be in the Royal Palace, and is very rattled by the developments.
Whoever secures the Royal Palace secures the Vulgarian national soul. Furthermore, to secure the palace gains either faction the international legitimacy that will ensure the support of either the Axis or Soviet forces. The very future of the nation is at the crossroads. Who holds the palace holds all the cards in this dangerous game.
After initial succes 6th pz div finds itself in trouble near Raissenei by a counterattack of the 2nd Russian pz division.
German 19th panzer division attacks Glowacsow, Poland.
A heavy tankbatallion cutt of from its lines trying to flee to the west!
503rd SS heavy tanks and panzergrenadiers attack the Rumanian 4th infantry division!
Russian assault,
German lines are thin with scattered units.
Several units at rear line needs to be defended.
reinforcements come in after each battle.
Partisans and other troops attack and harrass German positions.
Germans have to search the threat and destroy it before its to late.
CMBO
In this battle you will lead the Canadians in an assault on a stretch of farmland.
Your main objective is to capture strongholds and destroy Anti-aircraft guns.
In this battle you will lead British forces in occupying a bridge perimeter in winter conditions.
In this battle you will lead a US Airborne company getting back to friendly territory. The only problem is that the last bridge you need to cross has just been captured by the Germans. We suspect they will use the bridge for a counter-attack in the upcoming days. To complicate things further, a full mounted SS Panzergrenadier company is on its way to reinforce or recapture the bridge. Our infantry, armor and artillery is on the way to help you across and defend the bridge perimeter. It is important that it can not be used for the Germans to break out!

In this battle there will be several tactical options for you to choose.
Approach a village through farmland (8 x 15 minutes operation).
Replay the historic liberation of Zutphen in 6 battles.
Battle of Axel, September 1944
(Part of the battle of the Scheldt)
Operation Undertone: Alsace, eastern France. Us seventh army advance towards the Rhine.

Fictional
Remember the old classic wargame Panzer Leader? This scenario was inspired by the "Utah Beach" situation #1. It's the 101st Airborne vs. the German 709th behind Utah Beach in the early hours of D-Day. Allies have a choice of three dynamic objectives. Germans must determine the "real" objective and defend it.
This Axis 'Mini-Campaign' is based on the excellent idea from Patrick Ware, who designed a 'continuous campaign' for CMBO. He created two of these Mini-Campaigns (for a US-Army unit), named 'Any Port After a Storm ' and 'No Rest for the Weary'. Both campaigns are highly recommended and you can download them from various websites.

Because there is no 'Mini-Campaign' for the Axis side, I decided to create one.

The basic idea is, that you lead a 'core unit' (company sized) through different battles, which must be played in chronological order. Most of the time you have additional, 'attached' units, that change from scenario to scenario.

Your core unit will look different in each new scenario; maybe some sub-units will have more or less experience (through combat, or because of green troops as replacements, etc.); this will make the campaign more dynamic than the 'Operations' in CMBO.

As you all know, the CMBO game engine is not able to change the core units values, but I tried to simulate these changes.
Each unit and sub-unit leader has an individual name, so that you can get accustomed to them (if they survive, it is).

The complete campaign consists of 6 scenarios, and leads the player from Normandy to Germany. You take the role of the CO and company leader (german 'Hauptmann' rank, i.e Captain)
Name: Gotterdammerung

Type: Battle, Allied Attack, 52 turns

Location: Cologne Germany- March 1945

Time and Weather: Dawn- Overcast

Synopsis: German defenders attempt to prevent the capture of the city of Cologne.

On March 2nd 1945 allied forces stood poised to enter Cologne, Germany’s fourth largest city. Cologne had been the victim of over 160 air raids in the past few years, including a thousand plane raid in 1942, all of which had reduced the once beautiful city to a gutted mass of roofless buildings. This was the American G.I.’s first look at a German metropolis and for many it was a sobering experience. One G.I. described the city as “a bunch of wrecked masonry surrounded by city limits”. The few survivors from the original peacetime population of 800,000 were living in basements and foraging for food. A sickening stench of decay hung in the air and the inhabitants had an unnatural pallor about them.

After taking most of the outlying towns and capturing the airport, elements of the First Army, commanded by “Lightning” Joe Collins entered the city on March 5th. The German Commander, General Kochling, had rapidly fallen back to the city with remnants of the 9th Panzer and 363rd infantry. He moved his headquarters just north of the Hohenzollern bridge which crossed the Rhine near the famous Dom cathedral. Miraculously, after all the air raids, both of these structures were still standing. Furthermore, the great German cathedral would be saved from complete destruction by an enemy. General Collins had forbidden the targeting of the cathedral’s towers by his artillery.

At first German resistance was light near the outskirts of the city. The Germans had piled up streetcars as roadblocks and set up token defenses. But as spearhead units approached the river resistance increased dramatically. The Germans fought desperately to stop the Allied tanks from reaching the river where they were busy trying to ferry as many exhausted troops across the Rhine as they could. Furious tank and antitank combat erupted. Street fighting was old hand to the Germans by 1945 and they took well to the task once again. The ruins came alive with snipers and machine gun teams. Panzerknacker teams roamed the streets making several kills on Allied armor. On March 6th as the Allies closed in the Germans detonated the Hohenzollern bridge rather than risk its capture. Although the chance to capture a bridge over the Rhine was now gone, Collins was still determined to capture the city and cut off the retreat of the remaining German forces. The Germans in the meantime, continued their desperate struggle to hold off the Americans while they continued to evacuate as many men as possible across the Rhine by boat.

As was par for the course by this time in the war, General Kochling was arrested and accused of treason for not doing enough to defend the city. Meanwhile as more and more Allied units were poured into the area the defenders were whittled down and destroyed or captured. Within a few days Cologne was cleared of all resistance and the Allies had their prize.

Scenario can be played as a TCP/IP or PBEM (should be played blind) or it can be played as a single player experience. Add a bonus if you are proficient against the AI. If playing the computer it is suggested to play blind as the Allies first. The scenario should be played with default setup.
Updated Scenarios
CMAK
Last German strongpoint on the west bank of the Meusse river.
The Irish Free State was one of the few nations in Europe that escaped WW2. That situation was never a given, as both the British and the Germans had operational plans to invade the Free State. Forces with Eire itself were divided; a savage civil war had only ended in 1924, and I.R.A. was still seeking to overturn those whom they deemed to be traitors who signed away the six northern counties to the British.
This scenario proposes a not-too hypothetical - what if Hitler had postponed his attack on the Soviet Union and instead sought to knock Britain out of the war in the spring of 1941... and activate the German "Plan Kathleen", a joint IRA-German siezure of the Free State and attack on North Ireland, initially proposed by the IRA in 1940.
This scenario covers the early hours of the activation of the operational plans for all three players in this theatre - the British, the Germans and their IRA allies, and the Irish Free State itself.
The stronger player should play the Axis player.
Improved AI version after testers complaining it was to easy.
German armor spread out over more slots.
More allied airplanes and armor.
Better allied quality and HQ bonusses.
Tungsten supplied in large amounts ( date set to october for that reason)
Changed meeting engagement into German attack, placed the flags further back to the allied site.
Changed entry times for German armor and allied armor.
German vanguard skirmishes with the British rearguard during the Allies retreat to the sea
Operation Brimstone - The Invasion of Sardinia. It didnt happen, but if it did, here is a little battle that might have occured outside the town of Sestu....
Northern Italy, April '45:
A bogged British tank becomes the focus of a small but intense battle between German Paratroopers and Royal Engineers.
North Africa, 1942: British Tanks lost in a sandstorm are hunted by Italian troops through a minefield....
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