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fht battle of imphal-1944
The Battle of Imphal took place in the region around the city of Imphal, the capital of the state of Manipur in North-East India. Japanese armies attempted to destroy the Allied forces at Imphal and invade India, but were driven back into Burma with heavy losses. Together with the simultaneous Battle of Kohima, it was the the turning point of the Burma Campaign, part of the South-East Asian Theatre of World War II. There are seven ControlPoints, hold four or more to cause bleed for your enemy. IMPHAL is worth two flags! SPECIAL: Both teams starts with a ticket loss, capture one flag to stop it - Charge!
fht battle of kohima-1944
Battle of Kohima, April 5, 1944. The Battle of Kohima was a critical battle of the Burma Campaign in World War II, fought around the town of Kohima in northeast India from April 4 to June 22, 1944. It marked the limit of the Japanese offensive into India in 1944 and was described as the 'Stalingrad of the East'. There are Five ControlPoints, hold at least three to cause a ticket loss for your enemy.
fht battle of mareth line-1943
Battle of Mareth Line, Tunisia, 1943. The Mareth Line was a system of fortifications built by the French between the towns of Medenine and Gabs in southern Tunisia. On march 20, Montgomery attacked the line with 30th Corps while making a flanking attack to the south, around the German right flank, with New Zealand and Free French troops. There are five Controlpoints, hold at least four to cause a ticket loss for your enemy.
fht battle over moguang-1944
The Battle for Moguang, Burma, June 27, 1944. Final operations of the Chindits in Burma, 14th Brigade and 3rd West African Brigade remained in action, assisting the newly-arrived British 36th Infantry Division in its advance down the 'Railway Valley' south of Mogaung. Finally, they were relieved and withdrawn, starting on August 17. The last Chindit left Burma August 27 1944. This is an Assault map, hold three ControlPoint or more to cause your enemy to a constant ticket loss.
fht bukit timah-1942
Battle of Bukit Timah, Singapore, 11 February, 1942. HISTORY: The battle of Bukit Timah was one of the bloodiest during the Japanese conquest, with staggering casualties suffered on both the defending locals who fought with the Allied forces, and the invading Japanese forces. On 11 February, the Japanese reached the Bukit Timah area. It was an important place as the British had stocked up food and ammunition as well as vehicle and machine parts there. STRATEGY: There are six ControlPoints; hold four or more to cause your enemy to lose tickets. The reservoir requires two soldiers to be captured.
fht capture of ortona-1943
Capture of Ortona - Italy, december 1943. The Battle of Ortona was a small yet extremely fierce battle fought between German Fallschirmjger (paratroops), and assaulting Canadian forces from the 1st Canadian Infantry Division. It was the culmination of the fighting on the Adriatic front in Italy during 'Bloody December' and was considered among Canada's greatest achievements during the war. This is a small map focusing on the center street-combats in Ortona. There are only four flags, the Axis can lose all ControlPoints. Control three flags or more to cause a ticket loss for your enemy. CREDITS: based on map by Zara5ustra. Full conversion by Natty.
fht conflict in timor-1942
The Battle of Timor occurred on the island of Timor between 1942 to 1943, in the Pacific theatre of World War II. It involved forces from Netherlands KNIL forces and the Empire of Japan which invaded on February 20, 1942. There are Five Controlpoints, hold at least three to cause your enemy to constantly lose tickets.
fht conquest of java-1942
The conquest of Java Island, March, 1942. The Japanese invaded Java Island on february 28, 1942. The island was defended by the The Allied forces which were commanded by the Royal Netherlands East Indies Army (KNIL) and its commander, General Hein Ter Poorten. There are SIX ControlPoints, hold FOUR or more to cause a constant ticket loss for your enemy.
The Dinant Bridgehead, Houx, Belgium, May 13, 1940. The Meuse River was the last major obstacle preventing a major armoured breakout from the Ardennes. It was imperative that the Germans establish a number of viable crossings before the Allies could regroup. One of three such crossings on the 13th occurred just below the town of Dinant. CREDITS: based on map Eastern Blitz by ArminAce. Total conversion by Natty Wallo.
fht dutch resistance-1941
Nijmegen, Holland. June 23. This is the operations of the dutch resistance group known as the KP ('Knokploeg', or Assault Group). This is a part Push // part Objectives type map. The Dutch resistance must destroy five objectives and capture three controlpoints to win. The germans can not spawn soldiers from any of the flags (except german HQ). All axis spawnpoints come from the objectives. The dutch must capture all three flags before they can take the german HQ. When the objectives are destroyed they dont spawn back. Defend and repair them!