Hi All,

A while ago I thought it might be fun to take all the SCS games I have on Vassal and play them as one continuous campaign.

I will play every scenario, starting with those in Guadalajara and continue in chronological order right up to the last scenario of Bastogne. All scenario results will be kept, keeping a sort of "running score" of Axis and Allied progress up to the end of WW2.

Each scenario will also be posted on this blog as a "War Diary", taking the form of fictional daily entries by the commander of each side. From Guadalajara scenario 2 onwards I will also be enclosing an end of day screen save of that scenario, to go with the AAR.

Hope you enjoy the scenario AAR's and pictures. Here's the first;

Guadalajara scenario 1, Spain is not Abyssinia

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