Whilst hanging around on re-enactment social media pages, a kindly soul pointed out an interesting WW2 British training film covering platoon attacks. While the 1944 version has been endlessly reproduced in books, this one is from an earlier period (from the equipment, I guess 1942).
I particularly enjoyed each platoon member explaining their equipment and role. It is worth watching just for the accents alone. It covers a platoon attack against a German MG position, and very helpfully includes map briefings and a blow-by-blow account of how the action unfolds.
It would be very reproduceable on the tabletop, and another interesting scenario to test the veracity of tactical rules.
In a similar vein, I came across this:
which is about the selection of NCOs (plus some field activity). It is from later in the war as they have No. 4 rifles and lightweight respirators. It has more of a narrative structure and in some ways reminds me of the ourstanding David Niven film 'The Way Ahead' as the various characters and their development are explored. So which of the putative NCOs are you?
Both are pleasant way to pass half an hour and highly recommended.