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1914_0908_01s: Flank Security - FWWC 02 East Prussia '14

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1914_0908_01s: Flank Security

By Ed Williams
Central Powers 3 - 1 - 3 Allied Powers
Rating: 8.43 (4)
Games Played: 7
SM: 2
Turns: 14
Type: Stock
First Side: Central Powers
Second Side: Allied Powers
East Prussia, 8th September 1914: By the 8th of September, the German 8.Armee was on a collision course for another climactic battle in East Prussia. Some 20 kilometers to the south of the main battlefield, the strategic crossroads of Lyck was being guarded by the partially formed Russian XXII.Army Corps that the Northwestern Front had rushed into the front line. The Russians intended to hold the crossroads as a link between the new 10th Army that was still forming, and Rennenkampf's 1st Army. However, the German 3.Reserve-Division was advancing along the periphery of the main force attacking near the Masurian Lakes, and it intended to seize the strategic crossroads at Lyck in order to provide flank security to its own army, and to push on north eastward if need be.[Size: small] *See the notes document for information on scenario design decisions and historical notes.
Player Voting Stats
Member Balance Enjoyment
Rich White's ProfileRich White Slightly Pro Allied Powers 7
Gris's ProfileGris Well Balanced 8
gRaider2001's ProfilegRaider2001 Slightly Pro Central Powers 8
KAreil's ProfileKAreil Well Balanced 6
Rich White
Corporal
Rich White Tue Dec 29, 2015 8:46 am
As the Germans, I attempted a flank attack on the left and built a bridge across the river on the right, but ran out of time before I could capture all the objectives. I think I should have concentrated my forces on the right instead.
Gris
Major
Gris Frid Aug 26, 2016 11:17 pm
As the CP, concentrate on the right flank and use your cavalry asset to extend the Russian line on both the right and left.
'Millions died or suffered in the mud of Flanders between 1914-18. Who remembers them? Even those with names on their graves are by now unknown soldiers.' - Mier Ronnen, Jerusalem Post, 1933 Gris
KAreil
Corporal
KAreil Sat Dec 22, 2018 8:04 pm
Small and balanced scenario, with on par opponents it will most likely end in a Draw. Most depends on how many German troops get disrupted or can recover.
"Tapfer. Standhaft. Treu." - PzGrenB.13 Ried/Innkreis