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ASL Doomed Battalions

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ASL Doomed Battalions
  • ASL Doomed Battalions

Doomed Battalions is the Allied Minor extension to the Advanced Squad Leader game system.


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Doomed Battalions is not a complete game, Beyond Valor , the ASL Rulebook, and several other Advanced Squad Leader ASL boards are required for play.

Includes :

  • FIVE geomorphic mapboards 9, 11, 33, 44, 45
  • Four countersheets (mixed 1/2" and 5/8" counters)
  • Three Terrain Overlays sheets
  • Scenarios 43-50, 83-90
  • Allied Minor Chapter H pages


September 8, 1939... Barely a week into the invasion of Poland, German troops of the 4th Panzer Division were at the gates of Warsaw despite having lost a quarter of their armor.  The Polish citizenry was urged to dig anti-tank ditches and fortify buildings, and artillery pieces were hastily aimed down the long avenues of the Ochota district.  The war's first vital urban battle was about to commence...
September 9, 1939... With von Rundstedt driving on Warsaw, his northern flank was stretched thin.  In a desperate attempt to buy time for the defense of Warsaw, Army Poznan struck south at Leczyca with artillery, tankettes, and motorized machine gun carts.   A breakthrough here could blunt the German attack.  On the defensive for the first time and without armor support, the landsers of the 30th Division teetered on the edge of breaking...
April 9th, 1940... Threatened with aerial bombardment of Copenhagen, the Danish Government quickly surrendered once the Germans crossed the border.  The only problem was that the Germans had so efficiently eliminated Danish lines of communication that news of the surrender did not reach the front line troops.  In Haderslev, the Danish garrison prepared to repulse the invading Germans, wondering if this was to be their last act...
May 13, 1940... As planned, French troops moved up into Belgium as soon as the Germans violated Belgium neutrality.  As the blitzkrieg raged, gaps appeared between the Belgian and French armies.  One such gap at the railway crossing at Wolmerson, plugged by a mixed force of Belgian infantry and light armor, saw the Germans attacking at the same time that the neighboring French recon force was pulling out.  As the Germans advanced from several directions, the outnumbered defenders could only hope that the armor reinforcements of the Belgian Lanciers would get there in time...
November 17, 1940... The Greek town of Koritsa fell several days after Italy's Albanian-based invasion was launched on October 28th.  Three weeks later, the Italian "blitzkrieg" still hadn't made much progress, and the Greeks were preparing a counterattack to retake the strategic mountain village.  Horse-drawn artillery and captured Italian tankettes supported the attack, but it was the mounted Greek cavalrymen who struck fear into the hearts of Mussolini's pride and joy, the Alpini...