April 26, 1920,
Polish army of 33 units opposed to USSR army of 26 units
for a battle of complexity 0.53 at Division(XX) level
on a 50 Km/Hex map
for 20 turns of Half Week each.
by Jaroslaw Flis submited on 10-01-2003
Rugged-Defense Playing Statistics
Struggles for Ukraine. Initial operation of Campaign 1920 during Polish-Bolshevik War.
Poland 1920 - scenario No 2
Date: April-June 1920
Map scale: 50km per hex
Time scale: Half-week turns
Unit Scale: Brigade/Division
Length: 20 Turns
Grey on Green - Legion divisions
Dark Green on Green - Galician units
Green on Green - Kongresowka units
Black on Green - Poznan units
Blue on Green - Haller's Army
Green on Dark Green - cavalry
Yellow on Blue - Ukrainian Army
White on Red - SW Front infantry
White on Lt Red - SW Front cavalry
Black on Lt Red - 1st Cavalry Army
Blue on Yellow - Ukrainian Sich Rifles
Russia wins if its units capture Lviv.
Ukrainian Army gets reinforcements as long as Polish Player holds Kyiv.
Ukrainian Army deserts if Polish Player can't capture Kyiv before 27th May. It gets 100VP for Russian.
Some Polish units are withdrawn after capturing Kyiv. Polish reinforcements in June don't appear if Kyiv remains in Russian hands.
Russian 1st Cavalry Army is inactive until turn 9.
Each Russia-controlled Ukrainian Sich Rifle Brigade has a chance to desert in turn 1. All of them desert in turn 2, if Poles don't attack them.
No rail movement on enemy controlled terrain.
Polish troops, supported by Ukrainian ally, run toward Kyiv. Meanwhile famous Cavalry Army approach from Caucasus...
Polish Army Mosaic
Divisions 1st-3rd have been based on Legion Brigades, volunteer formations fighting during WWI against Russia. Divisions 4th-6th and 21st have been organized based on regiments of Autro-Hungarian army from Galicia. Divisions 7th-10th have been organized in Kongresowka - Central Poland, which was part of the old Russian Empire before WWI. Divisions 11th-13th and 18th have been organized in France during WWI. Divisions 14th-17th based on units organized in Poznan province - Western Poland, which was part of German Empire before WWI. 1st and 2nd Lithuanian-Belorussian Divisions was formations based on Polish volunteers from these countries.
Home page for this scenario can be found at http://media.miks.uj.edu.pl/~jflis/pasje/TOAW/kyiv.htm
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