13th June 1944 - The 7th Armoured Division is set upon by deadly Tigers under the command of tank ace Michael Wittman.
The 7th Armoured Division, nicknamed ‘The Desert Rats’, found fame in their North African campaign, but they also played a vital role in the D-Day landings.
We take a look at the Canadian Army in Bolt Action and examine one of their most famous actions.
The modified Churchill tanks of the 79th Armoured Division…
The Atlantic Wall was an extraordinarily extensive system of coastal defences and fortifications that stretched across continental Europe.
The British 50th (Northumbrian) Infantry Division attacked Gold Beach. Before them lay a network of crisscrossing minefields, barbed wire and German emplacements, bristling with firepower.
One of the special characters from the D-Day campaign books is the brilliantly eccentric Captain Colin Maud RN.
Though it was best known for its major role in the North African Campaign, the 21st Panzer Division were also fierce defenders in Normandy on D-Day.
This scenario represents a frontal assault against a section of an enemy fortified line such as the Atlantik Wall on D-Day.
Campaign D-Day: British and Canadian Sectors contains a full army list for British & Inter-Allied Commandos.