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Spanish civil war boxed armies
Spanish Civil War armies November 2012.
Army 1. Nationalist/Republican regular army (15mm SCW)
This army represent the main forces put in to the field by the Republicans and Nationalists. The T26 was initially a Republican tank imported from Russia. However the Nationalist captured a fair few, hence their use by both sides. This army has two tanks of average quality, 3 average quality infantry platoons and an HMG unit for support.
Unit1. Tanks. 2 x T26 tanks. Average quality. Gun 6 Armour 5 (76 points). Unit 2. Platoon 1. 1Platoon commander base(2 figures), 1 LMG base, 9 rifle bases. (77 points). Unit 3. Same as unit 2 (77 points). Unit 4. Same as unit 2 (77 points). Unit 5. HMG support. Average quality. 1 platoon commander base(2 figures). 2 HMG bases (55 points). Total 362 points
Packs. 46,44,43,42,35(x3),36(x2),37(x3),38(x2),39,41,Tanks x2(pack 113 from range 8) =16 packs and 2 tanks 1pack of 3x3 bases.
Army 2. Civil Guards (15mm SCW)
The Civil Guard usually fought for the Nationalists (Fascists) but could be found on the Republican side if the local forces were mainly Republican! They were essentially the Para military police force of the countryside. A small, but powerful army, especially when defending.
Unit1. Company command. Veteran quality. 1 Officer base(2 figures), 2 rifles bases (51 points). Unit 2. Infantry platoon. Veteran quality. 1 Officer base(2 figures), 9 rifle bases (95 points). Unit 3 Same as unit 2(95 points). Unit 3 Artillery. 2 average quality field guns (French 75mm). Gun 7 (48 points). Unit 4. HMG support unit. 2 average quality HMG bases. 1 Platoon commander base(2 figures) (55 points). Total 344 points
Packs 21(x8),22,39,43,40,59,2x French guns (WW1 range pack 169). 1pack of 3x3 bases.
Army 3. Assault Guards (15mm SCW)
These troops saw a great amount of action throughout the war. They were often in the thick of it when fighting took place in the urban environment. This army is usually Republican in its loyalties.
Unit 1. Veteran infantry platoon. 1 platoon commander base,1 LMG base (2 figures), 9 rifle bases (111 points). Unit 2. Average infantry platoon. 1 platoon commander base,1 LMG base (2 figures), 11 rifle bases (83 points). Unit 3. Same as unit 2 (83 points). Unit 4. HMG support unit. 3 average quality HMG bases. 1 Platoon commander base (2 figures) (70 points). Total 347 points
Packs 15(x6),16(x6),17(x2),54,32,11= 17 packs 1 pack of 3x3 bases.
Army 4. Basque Militia (15mm SCW) The Basques wanted independence. They were basically on the side of the Republic but fought most of their battles on their own. They were tough fighters but lacked major industry. There would be very little uniformity to their units. Notice that the infantry are militia quality in the rules.
Unit 1. Average quality militia. 1 Platoon commander base. 1 LMG base. 1 Bomber base (good for close assaults). 10 rifle bases (77 points). Unit 2. Same as unit 1 (77 points). Unit 3. Same as unit 1 (77 points). Unit 4. HMG support unit. 2 average quality HMG bases. 1 Platoon commander base milita (2 figures) (47 points). Unit 5. 2 Tanks(using FT17 to represent the Basque tanks). Raw quality. Gun 4 armour 4 (44 points). Unit 6. Company command. Average quality. 1 command base. 1 rifle base. Total 353 points
Packs 54,53(x5), 8(x5),2(x2),32,56,7,28,11,23, FT 17 tanks(x2 pack 250 from WW2)=21 packs 2 packs of 3x3 bases.
Army 5. Anarchist Militia (15mm SCW) These militias held the line for the Republic in the early part of the war. Without them the war would have been lost earlier. Later in the war they caused too much friction with the government troops and were sidelined. The infantry are all militia quality.
Unit 1. Raw infantry platoon. 1 Militia commander base. 1 LMG base. 10 rifle bases. 2 bomber bases.(58 points). Unit 2. Same as unit 1 (58 points). Unit 3. Same as unit 1 (58 points). Unit 4. Same as unit 1 (58 points). Unit 5. Same as unit 1 (58 points). Unit 6. HMG support unit. 1 militia commander base. 2 HMG bases. (30 points). Unit 7. Company commander (average). 1 Company commander base, 1 rifle base. Total 351 points
Packs. 10(x3),1(x2),3,52(x5),53(x3),58,59,9,7,6,11= 20 packs 2 packs of 3x3 bases.
Army 6. Carlist Militia (15mm SCW) The Carlists fought on the Nationalist side. They were considered excellent militia and are therefore classified as normal troops here. Their distinctive red berets would be in evidence. One command stand can feature a cross bearer which protects the unit from any adverse morale effects.
Unit1.Average infantry platoon. 1 platoon commander, 2 LMG bases, 9 rifle bases, 1 bomber base (95 points). Unit 2. Same as unit 1(95 points). Unit 3.Same as unit 1 (95 points). Unit 4. 3 Tanks. Raw quality. FT 17, Gun 4 armour 4 (56 points). Total 341 points
Packs 51(x2),48(x5), 49(x5),50(x2),23,46(dead), 3 FT 17 tanks(pack 250 WW2)= 19 packs 1pack of 3x3 bases.
Army 7. Italian CTV (15mm SCW) The Italian army fought on the side of the Nationalists as an intervention force. The Italian troops were as good as the other regular troops involved in the war.
Unit 1. Average infantry platoon. 1 platoon commander,2 LMG bases, 9 rifle bases (87 points). Unit 2 same as unit 1 (87 points). Unit 3 same as unit 1 (87 points). Unit 4 Tankette unit. Average quality. 4 CV 33 tankettes LMG armed with armour 4. 1 CV 33 flamethrower tankette (60 points). Unit5. Mortar support unit. Average quality. 1 platoon commander base, 2 mortar bases (51 points). Total 362 points