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The Republican north comprised three areas: Asturias

The Republican north comprised three areas: Asturias

Category: Spanish Civil War.
The Spanish Civil War (La Guerra Civil Española) of 1936-39 pitted the Republican government backed by the Soviet Union against the Nationalist rebels backed by German and Italy.
So far I’ve restricted my efforts to the Nationalist March on Madrid in late 1936.
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2 Apr 2018 | Categories: | Moroccan Knives – A Crossfire Battle Report 2.

Jamie Wish and I played my Moroccan Knives scenario set in the Spanish Civil War

Jamie started work at 05:00 hours the next morning so we wanted something quick.
This scenario is guaranteed to take less than two hours so was a good candidate.
It was a bit one sided and I’ve suggested a couple of changes.
Continue reading » 30 Jul 2016 | Categories: | 3 comments 45 Pesetas – A Crossfire Battle Report in the Spanish Civil War.

Andrew Fisher played my 45 Pesetas – A Crossfire Scenario in the Spanish Civil War

which is very good of him since it is quite draft.

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3 Feb 2015 | Categories: | Ring of Iron – A Crossfire Battle Report.

Andrew Coleby and I play tested my Ring of Iron Scenario

I’d only knocked it together in a couple of hours and that showed in the design.
I subsequently changed three things.
Continue reading » 27 Jul 2011 | Categories: | Leave a comment Timeline for the Spanish Civil War Campaign in the North.

This is my timeline for the northern campaign of the Spanish Civil War

The Republican north comprised three areas: Asturias, Santander and Vizcaya.
They largely fought, and were crushed separately, .

From each other and from the main Republican area in the south

Vizcaya was called ‘Euzkadi’ by the locals.
Continue reading » 22 May 2011 | Categories: | One comment Crossfire Box – How to store all those bits n bobs.

I’ve got a lot of Crossfire kit: figures

terrain, and bits n bobs.

It is the bits n bobs that have gone into my “Crossfire Box”

The box is a 9 litre Very Useful Box with two 9 litre sorting tray (7 compartments each).
Basically markers and dice.

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18 May 2011 | Categories: | Carabanchel – Crossfire Battle Report 2.
In the second game of Carabanchel Scenario Chris Harrod played the defending Republicans and I played the attacking Moroccans.
Continue reading » 2 May 2011 | Categories: | 2 comments Carabanchel – Crossfire Battle Reports.
I’ve played my Carabanchel Scenario a few times now.
All were close run affairs until the final moments.
Continue reading » 2 May 2011 | Categories: | Leave a comment Carabanchel – A Crossfire Scenario in the Spanish Civil War.
A scenario for Fuego Cruzado – my variant of Crossfire for the Spanish Civil War – set in the Carabanchel Sector as the Nationalists attempt to rush Madrid in early Nov 1936.
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