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Today marks the 75th anniversary of Victory in Europe Day and the final collapse of the Nazi regime. Across Europe and the wider world, people are paying their respects to those who sacrificed so much in the fight to liberate the continent and defeat Fascism.

As wargamers, one way we can commemorate occasions such as this is through our hobby. We can explore the history of the period as we build our armies, from the campaigns that were fought to the stories of individual soldiers. On the tabletop, we can recreate battles that shaped the course of history, and try to get a sense of what those who took part may have experienced.

Together with Warlord Games, we have compiled a selection of scenarios from Bolt Action that some of you may wish to recreate. They are available to download for free below.

Bolt Action: Campaign: Battle of France

Scenario 3 - Crossing the Meuse

Bolt Action: Campaign: Stalingrad

Scenario 12 - Pavlov's House

Bolt Action: Campaign: D-Day: Overlord

Scenario 19 - La Fiere Bridge

Bolt Action: Campaign: Market Garden

Scenario 7: First In! 21st Independent Company hits the ground.

Bolt Action: Campaign: Battle of the Bulge

Scenario 6: The Siege of Bastogne

Bolt Action: Campaign: The Road to Berlin

Scenario 12: Tank Hunting

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