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Relax soldier, Paris has fallen. You deserve a rest!

Allies Forces:

Captain Craig Kerns Craig Kerns, leading 289th Infantry Regiment

fought a fierce infantry engagement against...

Axis Forces:

Private Jon Watson, leading Der Hund

Result: Allied victory!

289th Infantry Regiment versus Der Hund in a fierce infantry engagement

A scout team of British Airborne infiltrated a French town and advanced into the town square. They initially thought they were linking up with a squad of US Army soldiers until Sgt MacCulley spotted an Iron Cross at the collar of the "American" Lieutenant. He ordered a rapid advance an assault just as the exposed Brandenburgers opened fire. The British Airborne made quick work of the Axis soldiers as they took casualties from a sniper team hiding in one of the buildings. Even with all of the ther German soldiers wounded or killed the sniper team refused to surrender. Pvt. Nogtch ordered an assault on the Snipers and was able to kill the German rifleman. Three assaults were made against the German Spotter. The British Airborne were taken by surprise as the Spotter opened up on then with a SMG. After killing 2 of the British Airborne, the Pvt. Nogtch was able to finally subdue the last German with a well placed bayonet thrust. He realized to late that the German still had some fight left, and sadly Pvt. Nogtch was shot in the back by the German Spotter before he finally succumbed to his wounds. A costly victory, but a victory one the less for the British Airborne.

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