German and Russian Vehicle Counters from Hakkaa Paalle

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Are the German and Russian vehicle counters replacements for what's already in there or additional vehicle types? The Ch. H pages are not clear (the number is 1.1 for the T-27).
 

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1.1 means the note is to be squeezed between 1 and 2.
 

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The German vehicles with notes 9.1 through 9.4, 45.1 82.1, and 88.1 are from the Pegasus Bridge HASL.

The SturmTiger Note 37.1 is from the HASL Operation Veritable.
 

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It was a long time ago in a scenario on Board 10 but that damn Sturmtiger actually got a hit on broken units who could not rout away in an level 1 building that it could see, that 380* hit vaporized that building including the brokies. That thing is hard to use but will guarantee units will do anything to get out of its LOS. Fun AFV, have not seen it in awhile, Vic.
 

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It was a long time ago in a scenario on Board 10 but that damn Sturmtiger actually got a hit on broken units who could not rout away in an level 1 building that it could see, that 380* hit vaporized that building including the brokies. That thing is hard to use but will guarantee units will do anything to get out of its LOS. Fun AFV, have not seen it in awhile, Vic.
Yeah, there were some scenarios out for this odd critter when the official version first came out. But now, not so much. But, not like it was ever common..... But, you don't want to be in front of it when it finally gets loaded and sighted in!
 

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What was German for "Flying Dustbin"?
 

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I don't know, but "Mobelwagen" means furniture van. {Von Marwitz, please confirm this please}.
 

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Yeah, there were some scenarios out for this odd critter when the official version first came out. But now, not so much. But, not like it was ever common..... But, you don't want to be in front of it when it finally gets loaded and sighted in!
You are not kidding, that thing is meant as a building buster or a way to destroy static defenses, it tends to make anyone in LOS get the hell out of LOS before its next fire phase! Very rare AFV but worth trying a scenario with it when you have a chance. Vic.
 

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HS32A Few Rounds
6.38​
German13/3/0Canadian8/0/11945-03-02HSASL 2 - Operation Veritable
J87Flames of Unrest
4.50​
German12/4/0Partisan15/0/01944-08-19ASL Journal # 5
J100For A Few Rounds More
5.27​
American14/4/0German12/4/01945-03-30ASL Journal # 6
GJ051Garden Party
Polish (Home Army)20/3/0German14/1/31944-08-15Grumble Jones
ASLUG10Twilight's Last Gleaming
American9/6/0German9/2/11945-02-25ASLUG # 5
According to the "Holy Book of Armaments" aka ASL Scenario Archive, these are the scenarios with Sturmtigers.
 

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Danke sehr! (Don't remember much of 2 years high school German, but I try!)
 
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