[PDF] Cassino (Flames of War)

ISBN: 0986451452

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Author: Peter Simunovich | Publisher: Battlefront Miniatures Europe | Category: History | Language: Other | Page: 152 | ISBN: 0986451452 | ISBN13: 9780986451454 |

Description: The focus of this book is the war in Italy in 1944. The Soft Underbelly of the Axis had proven a Tough Old Gut and the terrain ideally suited to defensive combat. The ever active Germans added to this by building some of the most complex defenceworks in World War 2 see German Defences in Italy in World War II (Fortress). Unlike many other Flames of War books and army lists the centre of attention is the infantry war and here we see a nice variety presented. French Colonial Troops in the form of Goums, Japanese fighting under the United States banner, Indians and New Zealanders fighting for the Commonwealth. Even an odd Cavalry Squadron from the US which are mounted in a mechanised manner and armed to the teeth. Each loaded with its own traditions and rules. Against them we have a strong Fortified Grenadier list with almost more goodies than those defending the D-Day beaches, Fallschrimjaeger that just will not break and a motorised blocking force.

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