This issue focuses on the Crimean campaign, from the German invasion to the Russian counteroffensive of 1944. Also included, a Berlin Red Vengeance strategy guide, as well as 17 scenarios and an overlay, thus a thicker issue than our regular 80 pages LFT mag.

Contents

- Editor’s Foreword
- ASL Quiz
- USO in ASL
- ASL last events
- 10 questions to… Tim Hundsdorfer
- Vanatorii de Munte (the Romanian mountain troops in WWII)
- The Crimean Campaign
- The Red Army retakes the Crimea
- BRV Strategy guide
- Sweat saves blood : the ETO fortifications
- The Catanzaro balance system
- Broken Bamboo AAR

100 pages - 99% is in English, only one ad in French… although you might also find some Tagalog, Illongo, Khmer and some other rare languages :-)

Price : 37 €

Scenarios

LFT 13 includes seventeen brand new scenarios :

ID Name Nations Date
LFT180 First Soviet Lost Red Chinese – GMD Chinese 1929-01-14
LFT181 The Bet Norwegian - German 1940-04-13
LFT182 Rolling Thunder Russian - German 1941-10-05
LFT183 Partisan Stronghold Partisan - Romanian 1941-12-04
LFT184 Chapel Hill German / Romanian - Russian 1941-12-23
LFT185 StuG of War Russian - German 1942-01-15
LFT186 Trappenjagd Russian -German 1942-05-09
LFT187 Trappenjagd : the End Russian -German 1942-05-13
LFT188 NKVD Nut Russian - German 1942-06-05
LFT189 Severnaya Serenade Russian - German 1942-06-29
LFT190 The Land of Fire Russian – German 1943-12-05
LFT191 Romania Victor Russian – Romanian 1943-12-06
LFT192 An Improvised Crossing German - Russian 1944-03-22
LFT193 En Force ! Russian – Romanian 1944-04-12
LFT194 Forgotten Soldiers Russian – Romanian 1944-04-15
LFT195 Repair Shop at Dangeul Castel German - American 1944-08-10
LFT196 Spittelmarkt German – Russian 1945-04-28

Documents

LFT 13 VASL set ups

(218.3 ko)

All the LFT 13 scenarios set ups are here. Enjoy !

Overlay (plowed)

(4.8 Mo)

Here is the Plowed version of our LFT 13 overlay.

Overlay (winter)

(3.4 Mo)

...and here its winter version.

Errata

{{ FT 195 "Repair shop at Dangeul castle" }} The North is not to the top of the sheet, but to its left, i.e. the US enter the board from the wide edge of board X.