This is a collection of 10 all new scenarios, each of which depicts the exploits of either a Hero of the Soviet Union recipient or a Knight's Cross recipient. These 10 scenarios were handmade by the Tampa ASL Group's fine craftsmen and are presented in the Schwerpunkt easy-to-read format on high-quality card stock.
RPT101 The Kibizov Kibosh - SEELOW HEIGHTS, Germany, 17 April 1945: The 20th Panzergrenadier Division conducts a screening operation to hold open a corridor for a withdrawing unit as the 40th Guards Tank Brigade attempts to cut them off. This scenario uses boards 59, 65, 66, 70.
RPT102 Kleisoura Pass - KLEISOURA, Greece, 14 April 1941: The legendary Kurt Meyer earns his Knight's Cross in an attack on an entrenched Greek machine gun battalion of the 20th Division. This scenario is 5.5 turns in length and is set on boards 2a and 5a.
RPT103 Nikolai’s Star - Rakosszentmihaly, Hungary, 30 December 1944: Hero of the Soviet Union, Captain Nikolai L. Nikolaichuk (10-3) leads the 659th Rifle Regiment (supported by tanks and OBA) in a 6.5 turn attack against Hungarian and German units defending on boards 22 and 57.
RPT104 DAS Ritterkreuz - PERESSEL, USSR, 6 March 1943: In this 6.5 turn scenario set on boards 56 and 57, Knight's Cross recipient Jochen Piper’s halftrack-mounted infantry and StuG IIIGs attack the Russian 30th Tank Brigade to seize a village and exit part of the unit off of the east edge.
RPT105 Flaming Star - Near KARNIEWO, Poland 15 January 1945: Hero of the Soviet Union Lieutenant Ivan Khitsenko’s IS-2 tanks and supporting guards infantry attack German infantry and Tiger tanks defending on boards 44 and 69 in this 5.5 turn tournament scenario.
RPT106 Balck by Example - BOUVELLEMONT, France, 15 May 1940: Oberstleutnant Hermann Balck (10-2) leads a German infantry attack to clear the French 14e Division d’Infantry from the village on board 71. Thus 5.5 turn tournament scenario has lots of tense action.
RPT107 Meet Me At The Station - STANTSIYA MALOARKHANGELSK, U.S.S.R. 15 July 1943: Hero of the Soviet Union Lt. Ivan A. Shevtsov’s T-34 M43 tanks and infantry attack to clear Tiger tanks and German infantry from a village in this 5.5 turn scenario, set on boards 9b, 66, and 70.
RPT108 Catching the Bear - Near ADZHIMUSHKAY QUARRY, Crimea, 14 November 1943: This double-trouble, 5.5 turn, tournament action set on boards 63 and 69, has female Hero of the Soviet Union recipient Tatiana Kostyrin leading a tank/infantry attack against Knight's Cross with Oak Leaves winner Major Erich Bärenfänger’s infantry defending a village.
RPT109 Krainov’s Ambush - OBLEDO, Poland, 12 August 1944: Hero of the Soviet Union, Lieutenant Stephan Krainov’s hidden T-34/85s ambush a column of Tiger II’s and Panthers and their supporting infantry. This action-packed, 5.5 turn thriller is set on boards 17z and 69.
RPT110 Theirs not to Reason why - CHAPEL HILL, Crimea, 19 December 1941: Knight's Cross recipient, Brigadier General Mihail Lascar has 5.5 turns to lead his Romanian infantry and German allies, to clear the Russian 7th Naval infantry from a hilltop bastion. This scenario uses board 61.