Announcement

Collapse
No announcement yet.

OOBs for wargaming scenario

Collapse
X
 
  • Filter
  • Time
  • Show
Clear All
new posts

  • OOBs for wargaming scenario

    Hello all,

    I am looking for the OOB of Southwestern and North Caucasus fronts on 1st August 1943 for an scenario I am planning for Century of Warfare running from the aftermath of Zitadelle to the Korsun pocket
    www.tdg.nu

  • #2
    1943 OOBs

    Try the Russian Battlefield Forum. I only have Voronezh and Steppe fronts OOB Aug 1 43 (Belgorod-Kharkov Op), but in pretty good detail.
    Good Luck on your scenario. I've wanted to do a "1943 in the Ukraine" scenario for years, but i still haven't finished all of the research yet.

    Comment


    • #3
      I know, I copied them down from your posts!

      I am triying that tackle too.
      www.tdg.nu

      Comment


      • #4
        I'm not dealing with such a large formations as fronts. But you may consult with www.samsv.narod.ru (in Russian). Maybe there you find what you need
        If you fire a rifle at the past, the future will fire a cannon at you.....

        Comment


        • #5
          Southwest Front/North Caucasian Front

          Southwest Front (1 August 1943)

          1 Gds Army
          4 GRC (38G, 195 RD)
          6 GRC (44G, 57G RD)
          20G, 60G RD
          5G, 141 Sep Tank Regt

          3 Gds Army
          34 GRC (59G, 61G RD)
          32 RC (259, 266, 279 RD)
          78 RD
          5 Gds Mech Bde
          11 Tank Bde
          52, 243 Sep Tank Regt

          8 Gds Army
          28 GRC (39G, 79G, 88G RD)
          29 GRC (27G, 74G, 82G RD)
          33RC (50, 243, 297 RD)
          9G, 224 Sep Tank Regt
          1443 SU Regt
          16 Gds Tank Regt (from 1 Gds Mech Corps)

          6 Army
          26 GRC (25G, 6 RD)
          27 GRC (14G, 48G, 58G RD)
          34 RC (152, 263, 267 RD
          35G, 228 RD
          115 Tank Bde
          212 Sep Tank Regt

          12 Army
          66RC (244, 350 RD)
          67 RC (172, 333 RD)
          203 RD

          57 Army
          64 RC (41G, 24, 113 RD)
          68 RC (19, 52, 303 RD)
          173, 179 Tank Bde

          Front Reserves
          47GRD
          1 GCC (1G, 2G, 7G CD)
          1 GMC (1G, 2G, 3G MRBde 9G Tank Bde, 1544 SU Regt)
          23 TC (3, 39, 135 Tank Bde 56 MRBn)

          North Caucasian Front (1 August 1943)

          9 Army
          9 RC (34, 43, 157, 256 RBde)
          11 RC (19, 57, 84, 131 RBde)
          276, 351 RD

          18 Army
          20 RC (8G RBde, 83 Naval RBde)
          176, 318 RD
          81 Naval RBde
          107 RBde
          132 Sep Tank Bde

          56 Army
          10 GRC (109 GRD)
          11 GRC (2G, 32G RD)
          10 RC (216, 257, 328 RD)
          16 RC (20 MtRD, 61, 317, 383 RD)
          55G, 339 RD
          5G, 63 Tank Bde
          6G, 85, 244, 258 Sep Tank Regt
          1448, 1542 SU Regt

          58 Army
          77, 89, 414 RD

          Front Reserves
          22 RC (389, 395 RD)
          3 MtRC (9, 83, 242 MtRD)
          108G, 417 RD
          14G, 51, 61, 257 Sep Tank Regt
          1449 SU Regt

          Hope this helps

          Michael Avanzini

          Comment


          • #6
            By the way, did you forgot Southern Front? Or do you have that already

            Michael

            Comment


            • #7
              Originally posted by Kharkov
              By the way, did you forgot Southern Front? Or do you have that already

              Michael
              Outstanding as always, Michael. I got Southern Front from the Russian Battlefield forums.
              www.tdg.nu

              Comment


              • #8
                Hope you have seen OOBs for several fronts on July'43

                http://www.rkkaww2.armchairgeneral.c...skJul01_43.htm

                I have the same on Aug 01, but still can't handle it due to time shortage
                If you fire a rifle at the past, the future will fire a cannon at you.....

                Comment


                • #9
                  No, I missed that. Thanks.
                  www.tdg.nu

                  Comment

                  Latest Topics

                  Collapse

                  Working...
                  X