Bitter Victory: The Battle for Sicily, 1943


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This game features a detailed Order of Battle developed from extensive research showing paratroops for both sides, optional units that could have been present, Allied commandos, Tiger tanks, engineers, and sea and air forces.

Even the Fall of Mussolini matters. Game mechanics feature amphibious invasion, uncertain units, ranged artillery, combat coordination, and defender reaction and counter-attack. And all units are rated for efficiency. Cover K.


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Invasion: Sicily is a non-series game depicting the Allied invasion of Sicily in One 22x34" full-color mapsheet showing all of Sicily and the Calabria region. As Patton steps ashore he must take care to capture specified towns and airfields as objectives. Intended as introductory.

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This is the historical campaign. While most Axis units set up historically, others will set up inverted.

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Monty's strong beginning quickly turned into a futile war of attrition in Eastern Sicily. Patton, meanwhile, went on a senseless goose chase in Western Sicily conquering Palermo that sent his troops away from the Germans.

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As D'Este points out, a better plan would have been to follow up the invasion of Sicily with a second one in Calabria, thus bottling up the German divisions on the island. The Allies did much worse: In a masterful operation, the Germans managed to evacuate all of their forces and some Italians , with hardly any Allied intervention. Thus the title "Bitter victory", as apart from headlines and a poverty-stricken island, the Allies gained little more than experience although the subsequent landings in Italy weren't showcases for lessons learned.


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  • Overall, an interesting well-written account of the campaign that suffers a bit from German and Italian input. D'Este's unfamiliarity with German shows, for instance, on page where he explains to his American readers that the German term for "one hell of a mess" is "Riesenauri", which is patent nonsense.

    The word he probably had in mind is "Riesensauerei", one of many, many German pork-based expressions of disapproval Sauhaufen, Saustall, Schweinerei, Schweinehund, Raising pigs was big business for the sausage mad Germans. Today, incidentally, it is Denmark that rules Europe's pig production.

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