World War I Eastern Front for ASL

Gunner Scott

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Was doing some reading about WWI and found that the eastern front was not as static as the western front. The Germans had mounted several operations as did the Russians that could resemble ASL but without the tanks.

As for troop type, from what I read, the Russian Army in WWI seemed to be well trained and well equipped, unfortunately, the Russians had a terrible quartermaster system which was further handicapped by an inadequate infrastructure.

The Germans on the other hand, had pretty much everything going for them with the only exception being that the Austrio-Hungarian Empire fielded a poor quality Army and Equipment.

Anyway, is it possible to model the tactics and strategy of WWI into ASL terms?


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Anyway, is it possible to model the tactics and strategy of WWI into ASL terms?


Scott
Tactics, yes, strategy, no. But only from probably 1916 onwards or so. This has been discussed several times in the main ASL forum - click on the tag I created called ASL: alternate eras and you will find the various discussions conveniently linked. I've tagged this thread as well.
 
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