I hit hard in the South and centre, while allowing my Northerly force to mainly block. Unfortunately, the Nazis broke through in the centre and rushed to block my supply route (they do love to do that!), leaving 3 strong enemy units in a solid position behind my line and most of my army out of supply! Realising that I couldn't pull enough people back to actually dislodge the blockers, I pulled back an equivalent force near them, but able to keep themselves in hot coffee and potatoes. The rest of those central troops continued to push forward and secure the bridge, hopeful that their comrades would be able to clear the route for supplies before they all froze to death!
In the mean time, the Northern units took a battering, but they'd been told to hold the line and were keeping several strong units occupied, so that was fine. In the South, strong mechanised forces, and infantry willing to sacrifice themselves, meant that all opposition was being swept away at quite a speed. In the centre, my rear guard just waited for the supply-blockers to run out of bullets and food, then demanded their surrender...
In a lot of ways, the central battle was the most interesting, but ultimately mostly irrelevant to the result, but I suppose it pulled a lot of forces away from the defence of the objective.
Won in Turn 8 (although a silly mistake, forgetting to clear the undefended rail lines in the far SW corner in turn 6 so I could bring supplies in, prevented my winning in 7 and scoring a brilliant victory
). I think this might be a bit easy, since I very nearly won perfectly, in spite of the fact that I let the Germans through to sit on my supplies for several turns!
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