A couple of nice pictures today, again these are taken from our recent WWII opener France 1940.
This flight of Stuka’s managed to slip through the allied air cover, only two left out of three now though.
In this view, you will note one of our objective markers. This one has a blue surround, meaning this key part of the battlefield is still in the possession of the Wehrmacht, it may have a different value on it’s red reverse as this feature may be worth more to the Allies.
The German reserves begin to arrive in the foreground. On the western table side the main battle picks up a pace.
The battle report out later today will give us a more detailed view of the battlefield, with loads more pictures.