Avalon Hill's Axis & Allies D-Day
A tense and close battle saw David's Yanks and Frankie's Brits storming ashore
in Normandy to the surprise of the ill prepared Huns commanded by Andrzej.
The Allied superiority in air power caused havoc to the German forces attempting
to reinforce Caen and St Lo. Slowly but surely the allies advance towards these
two key cities and Cherbourg in the north, which was the first to fall.
Although the Brits kicked the Germans out of Caen, a determined counter-attack
left the city contested at game's end and, although the Yanks managed to get a toe
hold in St Lo, the city was remained contested at the end of the game - a phyrric
victory for the Germans.