Having overdone NBC a bit, I thought I'd dig out my One Hour WW2 rules variant again. Simon had found an interesting Arras scenario on the interweb aimed at a variant of KISS Rommel, itself based on Bob Mackenzies lavish Command Decision scenario covering the same battle. I thought about doing it with NBC, but with half a dozen battalions on each side, it was a bit on the big side, so One Hour WW2 came to the rescue. We've done Arras before with my Memoir 45 variant of Memoir 44, so I had all the kit, although for this one I'd got the proper French tanks (Somuas and H-39s) instead of a Char B in German colours and my SCW FT-17s!
The scenario was done using an 8x6 hex grid so it would have been easy enough to convert to NBC but I squished it into a standard 3'x3' OHW table with a bit of lateral compression. I also made up some new air support rules, the Germans had two Stuka attack dice from turn 5, but if an attack rolled a '1' the stuka was removed (shot down, ran out of bombs or whatever).
Tim G was back from his travels, so we had a respectable turnout. The British were Tim C and John (with a tank battalion and infantry battalion each) and Jerry got 3 DLM (a tank battalion and a battalion of motorised infantry). Tim C was in overall charge so got to direct the Royal Artillery as well.
Tim G and Pete were 7th Panzer Div, having a rifle regiment each. Pete also had II/25th Panzer Regt and Tim G filled in the role or Rommel so also go the divisional artillery, Flak battalion and Stukas. Tom played those nasty SS Totenkopf chaps.