|Russian commander Kapitan Bosski looks very relaxed
|From the Axis side
In contrast to previous battles the Russians had chosen to deploy early and in some strength with AT guns, Maxims, and Infantry all appearing in the first turn of the game. They also deployed their KV-1E, which rattled forward at maximum speed (not likely to break any records) across the river and through the fields.
|AT gun lurking in the field
|Maxims and infantry line the river banks
|More Russian infantry
|Finns push forward
|KV-1E takes up a dominate position
|SU-76 joins the fight
Its fair to say they had an immediate impact on the game and galvanised the Axis efforts. A volley of Panzerscrekt fire left the KV-1 disabled and a pin-point accurate shot from the BT-42 took-out the lightly armoured SU-76. It then turned its attention to Russian AT gun - killing three crew and destroying the gun with a single turn of firing.
|The BT-42 begins its murderous work