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Miniature Wargames adapted to play on 4 inch hexes.

WW2 Scenarios for Rommel Rules

Sam Mustafa's excellent Rommel Rules  [https://sammustafa.com/store/ ] use 6 inch squares to control movement and fighting.  This has all of the same advantages as using hexes plus the added advantage that scenario maps using squares are much easier to draw!    A number of rules sets now use 6 inch squares making terrain mats in this scale easy to obtain.   It is also much easier to create your own board with squares than it is to draw hexes onto a mat.   I have found Deep Cut Studios in Lithuania to be particularly helpful and prompt at creating mats in a variety of sizes with squares or hexes. [http://www.deepcutstudio.com/about-us/] 

 All of the scenarios I have designed for Rommel use a 6 foot by 4 foot table with a 6 inch grid which is 12 squares by 8 squares. 
What's New in WW2

17/2/2019.    Fall Rott succeeds Fall Gelb.   The German's are attempting to break though the French defence line on the Aisne River.   In Aisne 1 they launch an assault across the river.  This was my first attempt at using the river crossing and engineering rules in Rommel.   Those rules played very well and gave an entertaining game.   In Aisne II the German's are over the river and the Panzers are starting to cross.  The French have fortified a number of villages in their path.  These scenarios are in the France 1940 section below.
France 1940
Gembloux 1940
Montcornet 1940
Aisne 1. 1940
Bulson 1940
Stonne 1940
Aisne II.  1940

North Africa

Battleaxe 1941
Sidi Rezegh 1941
Compass 1940
Tel el Eisa1942
1st El Alamein 1942
Op Splendour 1942
Kasserine Pass 1943
Tebaga Gap 1943
Op Ochsenkopf 1943

Western Europe 1944/5

Southern France and Vosges

Montelimar 1944
3rd  Division Vosges1944
Raon Letape 1944
Belfort Gap 1944
Saverne Gap 1944
Maison Rouge 1945

West Wall

Schnee Eifel 1944
Stolberg Corridor 1. 1944

Battle of the Bulge

35th at the Bulge


Gela Sicily 1943
Sangro River 1943
Trasimene Line 1944
Faenza 1944

Trasimene Line Italy 1944