From Two Fat Lardies more of "BEF coming to" handbook series

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CarlL
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From Two Fat Lardies more of "BEF coming to" handbook series

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£8.40p for this fourth instalment in the Two Fat Lardies / Robert Avery handbook on BEF:

to quote from TMP advert:

"Blitzkrieg in the West – The BEF is the fourth handbook for version 3 of IABSM, and the second of several covering the early war in the West. It covers the British Expeditionary Force from 1939 to the fall of France in 1940.
The BEF
This incredibly detailed and comprehensive guide to British forces from the pen of Robert Avery is 75 pages in size, and is packed with data, including the following British forces:
From the Infantry Division:
The Infantry Company
The Infantry Battalion Carrier Platoon
From the Motor Infantry Division:
The Motor Infantry Company
The Motor Infantry Scout Car Platoon
The Motor Infantry Motorcycle Company
From the Line of Communication Troops:
The Line of Communication Infantry Company
The Pioneer Infantry Company
The Searchlight Infantry Troop
From the Reconnaissance Troops:
The Divisional Cavalry Squadron
The Armored Car Squadron
From the Detached Element of the BEF:
An Infantry Company from Saar Force
From 1st Tank Brigade:
A Tank Squadron from 4RTR
A Tank Squadron from 7RTR
Parkes Force
From 1st Armored Division:
A Paper-Strength Armored Squadron from 1st Armored Division
A Tank Squadron from the Queen's Bays
A Tank Squadron from 10th Royal Hussars
A Tank Squadron from 2RTR
A Tank Squadron from 5RTR
From Calais & Boulogne:
A Best Guess Tank Squadron from 3RTR
A Motor Infantry Company at Calais
A QVR Motorcycle Company at Calais
The Guards at Boulogne
From the Beauman Division:
An Infantry Company from A Brigade
An Infantry Company from B Brigade
An Infantry Company from C Brigade
With additional sections on the Second British Expeditionary Force, other British independent formations, fielding British forces, rating your forces and a comprehensive armory. PDF format only."

see http://theminiaturespage.com/news/?id=1852850247

or see https://toofatlardies.co.uk/product/bli ... the-b-e-f/

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Re: From Two Fat Lardies more of "BEF coming to" handbook series

Post by NTM »

I've picked it up even though I no longer play IABSM. The potted history and organisational detail is just enough for my limited interest in the BEF.

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