Lørdag d. 7 maj Første Verdenskrig Slaget ved Somme

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Jonas Juhlin
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Lørdag d. 7 maj Første Verdenskrig Slaget ved Somme

Post by Jonas Juhlin » Sun 01 May, 2016 20:59

Hej

Jeg sætter et Første Verdenskrigs spil op lørdag d. 7 maj. 30. Britiske Divisions angreb på Guillemont ved Somme 30. juli 1916.
Jeg påregner at starte kl 10 med opsætning og planlægning. Spillet starter kl 11 og ender kl 16. Dermed har vi 5 timer til selve spillet. Jeg eksperimentere med lørdagsspil for at få en mere kontinuerlig spiloplevelse hvor man ikke har travlt. Jeg har booket forrummet men efter vores seneste oprydning i baglokalet så kan vi også godt være der.

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On 30 July, the 30th Division attacked again, through the positions of the 35th Division again at 4:45 a.m. as the French Sixth Army attacked on the right. The 89th Brigade attacked Falfemont Farm and the second position, up to the edge of Guillemont, which was attacked by the 90th Brigade. Guillemont station and trenches to the north-west were attacked by the 5th Brigade of the 2nd Division. As the troops moved up during the night of 29 July, a German bombardment fell around Trônes Wood and caught troops from the 89th and 90th brigades. At dawn, fog rose and visibility fell below 40 yards (37 m); Maltz Horn Farm and trenches nearby, were stormed at zero hour, by a British battalion from the west and part of the French 153rd Division from the south. The British advanced to the Hardecourt–Guillemont road, despite many losses and dug in with reinforcements, which had moved forwards in small columns. No French troops could be seen and few of the left-hand battalion reached the road, although a larger party reached an orchard at the south-east edge of Guillemont. On the left, the 90th Brigade advanced either side of the Trônes Wood–Guillemont track, got into the village with few losses and took 50 prisoners. After a pause, the creeping barrage moved on and the north-east of the village was occupied, touch being gained with the left-hand battalion and a counter-attack repulsed. The left-hand battalion had advanced south of the railway and taken many prisoners at the German front trench, before being stopped by cross-fire from the quarry to the south and the station to the north. Another attempt to advance and an effort to form a defensive flank along the railway facing north failed, due to uncut wire and machine-gun fire from the flank, which forced a withdrawal
A man to continue breathing must be alert at all times. If not, sometime a German Son-of-a-Bitch will sneak up behind him and beat him to death with a sock full of shit. -General Patton, Speech to the 3rd US Army 1944

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Re: Lørdag d. 7 maj Første Verdenskrig Slaget ved Somme

Post by Thomas J » Mon 02 May, 2016 09:13

Sejt :D
I'll be there

Og endnu mere sejt at englænderne havde en hel battalion af kejthåndet :shock: aka- The left-hand battalion... Den vil jeg gerne styre :wink:
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Re: Lørdag d. 7 maj Første Verdenskrig Slaget ved Somme

Post by Jens F Hansen » Thu 05 May, 2016 09:11

Glæder mig til på lørdag ses ved 10 tiden.
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Re: Lørdag d. 7 maj Første Verdenskrig Slaget ved Somme

Post by stefan Karolyi-Brink » Fri 06 May, 2016 11:26

Jeg bliver nødt til at melde pas. Vi er nødt til at holde knægtens fødselsdag den lørdag.

Det var ellers sjovt sidst 8)

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