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On the 'bonus' reading list got to finish "Bridge by Bridge" ( Battlefront) the German defences of Holland, September to November 1944. The amount of detail that's packed in make it a good read in of itself, left alone for playing Flames of War. I'd stopped and started this whole working on an article for the blog, but glad I got time to go back to it. Heck nearly has me wanting to do a force – no not because we've got Pegasus Bridge at the bunker! Anyways it's 28mm. Though this is for Flames, there's no reason. You couldn't apply the information provided to your games of a different system, yes obviously the stats would be useless to you, D'oh! Heading into the Allied book now. Existing fans will if be familiar with much of the content – little changed form, but new players will find interesting challenges in defensive forces made form all manner of troops determined to halt the allied advance at any cost.

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