Photos: Point du Hoc in 28mm from the dhcwargamesblog

Table at the start of the game

Burkhard Schulze of dhcwargamesblog posted a battle report on his website, of their recreation game of the battle for Point du Hoc in 28mm. (Using Victory Force figures)

Rangers climbing the cliffs

The report contains a great write up of the events of the game, as well as, many well done photos. The terrain is excellent, authentically detailed (complete with telephone pole guns) yet gameable (flat surfaces big enough to move figures around). If you were at a con and saw this game you would want to stop and play.

I have just given you a taste of the story, here is where you can see the complete story with photos.

dhcwargamesblog.wordpress.com

 

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One Response to Photos: Point du Hoc in 28mm from the dhcwargamesblog

  1. That was really a fantastic game!

    Great stuff,
    Brian

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