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FH2 Campaign "On Rommel's Trail" is now OPEN

Posted: May 7th, 2019, 10:47 am
by RayderPSG
Good evening all,
we are happy to announce that after some months we re going to hold again a FH2 campaign at cmp-gaming.com:
https://cmp-gaming.com/topic/2054-fh2-c ... -now-open/

It is set in North Africa with mostly really old CMP maps (that may appear new for most people!) and some FH2 stock maps.
Hope to see you on the battlefield.

Regards,
RayderPSG

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Re: FH2 Campaign "On Rommel's Trail" is now OPEN

Posted: May 7th, 2019, 10:54 am
by RayderPSG
If you're needing some good teamwork and cooperative gameplay this is your place. We leave you here the teams:

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Re: FH2 Campaign "On Rommel's Trail" is now OPEN

Posted: May 10th, 2019, 5:23 pm
by RayderPSG
Today we're playing the first battle of Fh2 Campaign "On Rommel's Trail"! GET READY FOR THE BEST TEAMWORK!

History
"At 07:00 on 15 March, the British and Commonwealth troops of 4th Indian Infantry Division attacked from Cameron Ridge making for Sanchil, Brig's Peak, Hog's Back and the three peaks of Mount Sammana. That night, the battle ebbed and flowed with attack and counter-attack inflicting very heavy casualties on both sides. On the right, 5th Indian Infantry Division launched its attack on the Dologorodoc feature at 10:30 on 15 March. The 2nd Highland Light Infantry led the attack on the lower features ("Pimple" and "Pinnacle") but made no progress in the daylight because of fire from the overlooking Sanchil peak, where the Italian defenders had defeated the 11th Brigade assault. They were pinned down, suffering casualties and without supply until darkness provided the opportunity to withdraw. By moonlight that evening, the attack on Dologorodoc was taken up by 9th Brigade, now commanded by the recently promoted Brigadier Messervy. Heath and Messervy planned a near two battalion attack on Pimple and Pinnacle, with a third battalion ready to pass through and attack the fort. The capture of Pinnacle that night by the 3/5th Mahratta Light Infantry led by Lieutenant-Colonel Denys Reid (with the 3/12th Frontier Force Regiment less two companies under command to take Pimple)."

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Re: FH2 Campaign "On Rommel's Trail" is now OPEN

Posted: May 10th, 2019, 11:37 pm
by Wualy
Great first battle with intense action everywhere!

Join the action!!

Re: FH2 Campaign "On Rommel's Trail" is now OPEN

Posted: May 11th, 2019, 4:02 am
by GeoPat
80 players!!
3 to 2 round victory with a 5-0 round!!

C'mon in boys! The water is fine(and balanced)!!

Re: FH2 Campaign "On Rommel's Trail" is now OPEN

Posted: May 17th, 2019, 10:25 am
by RayderPSG
Today we're playing the second battle of Fh2 Campaign "On Rommel's Trail"! The map which will be played, Thermopylae, brings us again to the early war. Come and Join us!

"The Olympus line is outflanked and the Allies are on the run, trying to reach their ships in time. But 2 brigades from the British Commonwealth Forces have to cover the retreat, with no hope for victory. The place they have chosen couldn’t match better to their cause. The sacred place of Thermopyles is about to face one more struggle. The Allies, few against many, inspired by the sacrifice of the Spartans nearly 2500 years ago, are determined to hold the Germans for as long as it is needed. They are the last obstacle before the enemy conquers Athens, just like Leonidas and his 300 were standing with no fear against the Persians. In the morning of the 24th of April, the Germans unleash their armored hordes. Glory is about to crown the arms of the defenders of freedom once more… "


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