Decision Games Highway to The Reich Allied Airborne Invasion of Holland, DCG 3019Highway to the Reich is a tactical simulation of the largest airborne operation in history. Over 35,000 men belonging to 1st Allied Airborne Army dropped from the skies of Holland. Their objective: capture and hold a highway. The result: a salient into German territory that lacked only the last objective, and was thus a tragic defeat. The 2,000-plus counters detail Breretons Airborne Corps of three divisions, the units of Brian Horrockss 30th Corps, and Models scattered and disheveled forces at company level for infantry; battery level for artillery, anti-tank and anti-air; and troop level for tank and armored cars. The four maps cover the area from the front along the Meuse-Escaut Canal to the land, nearly 200 hexes away, surrounding the Arnhem Highway Bridge. Each map is positioned to cover the operational area of one airborne division. That allows one-division scenarios. Optional rules focus on hidden movement and multi-player variations, as well as giving the Allied player the opportunity to execute his own operational plan. In Highway to the Reich the map scale is 600 meters per hex, the time scale is 3 hours per turn, there are 7 scenarios and a 77 turn campaign game which incorporates all of the scenarios and individual map scenarios. Highway to the Reich contains 2,530 Die cut markers, 4 - 34" x 22" maps, rules book, 3 allied organizational charts, 3 German charts, 2 six sided die, 2 player aid cards, and campaign analysis. Highway to the Reich is for 2 or more players, ages 12+.
Features of Decision Games Highway to The Reich Allied Airborne Invasion of Holland, DCG 3019 New edition of Highway to the Reich Revisions to be more historically accurate and portray both sides better Mechanics have been adjusted to reduce die rolling for combat The revisions make this classic game fast to play than ever before
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