Italy Battles (FW229)

Italy Battles (FW229)

“The stubbornness of the German defence at Cassino and on Monastery Hill was already a byword, for although the Monastery had been bombed, and the town of Cassino was a heap of ruins, the Germans still held firm and blocked the road to Rome. I realised the cost in lives must be heavy, but I realised too the importance of the capture of Monte Cassino to the Allied cause...”

~ Polish General Wladyslaw Anders comments on the situation at Cassino, March, 1944.
What Is Italy Battles?

Italy Battles contains the best scenarios from the original Dogs & Devils and Cassino books, as well as the Battlefront Studio’s favourite web and Wargames Illustrated scenarios, and updates them for the third edition of Flames Of War, and the two Italy compilations: Road to Rome and Fortress Italy. Italy Battles also includes rules for running Linked Mission Campaigns and Axis Of Attack Campaigns, including Axis Of Attack campaigns for Anzio and Cassino.

In order to fully enjoy the scenarios and articles in Italy Battles be sure to pick up a copy of the Italy compilation books, Road to Rome and Fortress: Italy.

Learn more about Fortress Italy here... Learn more about Road To Rome here...
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What You'll Find Inside
Italy Battles, Wargaming the Southern Front is a 122 page compilation of Battlefront content that includes:
• History of the Italy Campaign, focusing on the battles featured in the Scenarios.

• 7 of the best Flames Of War scenarios covering the Italy Campaign.

• Warrior Captain Paul Triquet, VC.
• Linked Mission and Axis Of Attack Campaign rules.

• Infantry Aces rules, Infantry Aces Campaign rules, and an Infantry Aces Campaign report.

• Jon and Arran from WWPD share their experiences running an Online Campaign.
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Last Updated On Tuesday, November 14, 2017 by Luke at Battlefront