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Breaking into Valhalla - Operations Veritable and Grenade
Category: Board & War Games
Genre: War Game - World War II
Product Line: War Games - DTP (Schutze Games)
Author: Paul Rohrbaugh
Publish Date: 2001
Dimensions: 8.5x11x.2"
In Print: No
Condition: New    
NKG part # Mfg. part # Type Condition
Ziplock New

The largest Schutze games DTP title yet published!

An introductory level 2-player game on the Allied operations to break through the German's West Wall fortifications and cross the Rhine.

These campaigns were fought during February and March 1945. Despite the looming defeat the Germans faced, the Wehrmacht was still able to put up a stiff defense. Fought in inhospitable terrain and terrible climatic conditions, United States as well as Commonwealth troops from Canada and The UK launched an offensive that General Bernard Law Montgomery hoped would finally bring them over the Rhine and a war-ending victory.

COMPONENTS
* Two 23.5x17-inch maps representing the battle area between the Rhine and Maas rivers.
* 266 single-sided counters on a sticker sheet showing the forces controlled by each player and markers.
* 2 charts and table sheets
* One rulebook

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