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This is a supplement for the tabletop wargame Bolt Action, and it deals
with the German Army of World War II. Within you will find
background and details of the German Army’s organisation and
equipment from the beginning of the war (the invasion of Poland in
1939) to the very end (the fall of Berlin in 1945). Central to this book
is its Army List. This includes all the information you will need to play
games using the German Army. This large list details all the main troop
types, vehicles and equipment fielded by the Germany Army during
World War II. Alongside this main list are 18 Theatre Selectors, which
give the force details for different periods and theatres of the war. Over
six years of fighting the German Army changed a lot, and many units
and vehicles that were common in 1939 were obsolete by 1945. These
sub-lists allow players to select forces suitable for the theatre in which
they are playing. To avoid a lot of repetition, the main list includes all
the options and rules information, with the Theatre Selectors narrowing
this down to the most appropriate.

Over the course of the war the German Army fielded more than
3,000 different types of vehicle. Many were very rare or even just
prototypes; others were captured from the enemy and used against
them. It is impossible to cover them all, and so this book does not deal
with many of the very rare and unique vehicles, and does not include
captured vehicles. Players should feel free to include enemy vehicles in
their army if they wish, and if they have their opponent’s permission,
but they will need access to the original nation’s Army List for the
captured vehicle’s rules (otherwise this volume would have to include
every other army’s vehicles as well as the Germans’).

Likewise, there are always exceptions and oddities that the Theatre
Selectors cannot cover. The Theatre Selectors are not definitive, but are
designed to give a theatre-specific flavour and character to a force. They
only include the predominating equipment of the campaign or period.
Exceptions are perfectly acceptable with agreement between players,
but cannot be included in the main list without becoming the rule.