I'm re-posting someone else's NUTS AAR set during the Fall of France in 1940. Good stuff!!
The Tyneside Scottish experienced two very very rough wars indeed. The Tyneside Scottish brigade suffered the heaviest casualties of any British brigade on the Somme (it is worth reading that sentence back to oneself). It was a Territorial Army battalion before the Second World War. It was assigned to the 23rd (Northumbrian) Division. Totally unfit for combat, it was one of three British divisions mobilized and sent to France exclusively for use in pioneer-duties. However, the disasters of mid-May caused it to be activated and it found itself at the extreme left flank of the British Army as it tried to form a defensive position to stop the German armoured attack. Unbeknown to it however, the 8th Panzer Division had already outflanked it...
The Tyneside Scottish have been engaged by a machine gun from the northern end of FICHEUX. The Tyneside Scottish have two options: to try and take the village or to escape it and skirt round to the North. To escape, any of the Tyneside Scottish must exit the board on the top-left of the board between the corner and 12" on the top-side of the board.