WG156 "EVICTION NOTICE: Russian variant"; Scenario Design by Bill Thomson; REV A

SEPTEMBER, 1944: The success of an imminent Russian assult is threated by the discover of a German observation post in a nearby church steeple whidch covers the country side. A small force is quickly dispatched to secure this building.

VICTORY CONDITIONS: The Russina must bye the sole occupant of building 3M2 (with at least one occulpyin unbroken squad).


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Six full game turns; Germans setup first; Russians move first.

GERMAN FORCES: Elements of SS Norland:

At start: Setup on Boasrd 3 and/or any whole or half hex on Board 2 with ID number of 2 or less.

TURN 4: Enter from South Edge

RUSSIAN FORCES: 1xPLC (substitute an 8-1 if PLCs are not in play) and Per Bid; All units enter on turn 1 from North edge.

SSR 1: The German ATG and crew sets up HIP; the Covered ARC is defined per the German players choice when revealed.
SSR 2: To reflect the elite status of this German formation, all unbroken German unitts are considered Fanatic.
SSR 3: TERRAIN: Hills do not exist, tgreat all such hexes as ground level (woods and buildings still exist).
SSR 4: No Russian infantry units hav smoke, German 838s have unlimited smoke.

SSR 5: Russian 628s can use any captured DCs at full effect.
SSR 6: BID FORCE: If a Russian bid force includes a radio, OBA module selection is defined in the first rally phase must be: 4 missions of 80mm, 3 missions of 100mm, 2 missions of 120mm, or 1 mission of 150mm. The Germans OBA is defined in the identical manner