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Updates for Red Victory and Vietnam have been released on the HPS site:
More in the works as well...
We're ramping up to start rolling out updates for the entire Tiller catalog to resolve some graphical issues that have creept in, remove the CD check from all games, get all documentation in PDF format and so forth.
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046.Lipovac – 29 May 1944 – 18 turns
“Help From The Skies”
Near Lipovac, 15 KM West of Mitrovica, Croatia
Although "Operation Rösselsprung" is largely known for the daring airborne assault on Drvar; there were many small battles in different parts of Bosnia and Croatia. In most of these battles, Tito's partisans desperately tried to slow the axis forces and gain time for their comrades trying to disengage and seek shelter
in the mountains. As another interesting note, allied air forces assisted the partisan forces during these hard times. The assistance was
Moved during June and had very little pc time, so just getting around to this...
Red Victory Operations
This document is designed to be used with the Scenario_Map.pdf file located in the main game directory, which provides a representation of the eastern front and the general locations of the actions listed here.
The first 5 scenarios are not listed on the map as they are training scenarios.
000.Getting Started - 28 June 1944 – 18 turns
“Tank Cavalry at Slutsk”
Near Slutsk, Bobruisk - Baranovichi Road
There are few battles in American History more famous than Midway, and like many famous battles, it is one that is misunderstood by many. Much of that misunderstanding is born of the titles of the two most famous books about the battle: “Impossible Victory” and “Miracle at Midway”.
Why wasn’t that battle an “Impossible Victory” or a “Miracle”? If you look at the forces the two sides took to the battle, the IJN advantage seems to bear out titles like that. The Japanese had far more ships, far more men, far more of pretty much everything.
However, there was one major