Typical Infantry Company break-down by Nationality

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To all the designers out there,

Is there some specific breakdown for an Infantry Company in ASL terms for each Nationality (and possible changes due to different time periods of the war)?

The Regiment question in this thread got me to thinking.

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Michael Dorosh covers this for quite a few nationalities in his Scenario Designer's Handbook.


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Commonwealth: "No, I can't take it anymore...mummy!"

US: "goddarn it! We're all going to die!"

German: " Nien, for me the war is over, alles kaput!".
 

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Michael Dorosh covers this for quite a few nationalities in his Scenario Designer's Handbook.


John

Thanks John.

I have that book and forgot all about it.

I can look at it while I am in Kentucky next week and create a large spreadsheet to share for all.
 

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I would say the typical coy would be 8-12 squads depending on theater, time and combat exposure. IIANM the Solitary rules have coy listed for CG IIRC.
 
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Solitaire Rules are filled with errors.
I suggest this great site, found it correct even for the Italian Army which was a nightmare of TOE during WWII.
 
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