玩家评分: 7

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San Marino-Rimini 1944

桌游极客排名: -1

本月排名变化: -NaN

玩家评分: 7

玩家人数: 2 - 4 (最佳: 2人)

时长: 300 分钟

难度: 2.5 (中度策略)

适合年龄:

专业评分:

语言依赖:

中度, 需要翻译或者贴条

出版年份: 2003

出版商:

| Alea iacta est | Aleken Games

设计师:

| Gian Carlo Ceccoli | Donato Maglionico

美工:

| 暂缺

桌游类别:

|战争

桌游机制:

|板块战争游戏 |模拟

暂缺

"The battle of the Yellow Line". Kesserling defense on the Gothic Line. The protagonists assesments: "This campaign is a hard row to hoe. It is the most difficult country in Europe, and yet we always get troops and equipment taken away from us for elsewhere. We have done all the fighting on a very narrow margin of relative strenghts".The battle of Rimini was "one of the hardest battles of Eighth Army. The fighting was comparable to El Alamein, Mareth and the Gustav Line (Cassino)". (Sir Oliver Leese) The battle of Rimini "had been as bitter as El Alamein and Cassino". (Sir Richard McCreery) "On the Apennines, south of San Marino, was fought the biggest battle in Italy: the names of Fano, Pesaro, Cattolica, Riccione and Rimini remain in the history of war." ( Beelitz and Heckel, German H.Q., Bellaria, Summer 1945) "The battle of Rimini, as characterised by concentration of material in a confined area, will take its place in history as an example of a battle of attrition in the grand style.. For the first time the German troops could conduct defensive operations in a major battle as laid down in the German manual "Field Service Operations" (Truppen Fuhrung)" (Col. Horst Pretzell, German H.Q., Bellaria, Summer 1945) "The battle of Rimini has been the biggest battle of materials fought in Italy" (Schäffer & Wöbbeking in Gen. Joachim Lemelsen '29.Division') "The battle of the Apennines is a famous page in the military history of Germany". (Generalfeldmarschall Albert Kesselring, Commander Group of Armies 'C', South-West) "The XV Army Group performed a successful undertaking that surely has never been exceeded.The Gothic Line was stormed by the American 5th Army and by the British 8th Army." - (Retroversion from Sir Harold Alexander's "Memoirs") "Victories, like the taking of Rome and the storming of the Gothic Line keep their name through the centuries." (Eric Linklater)