7 Panzer Division trundles across Belgium - what a target for the RAF!
2 PD surges into Belgium.
The French 5 Corps takes up position. The Northern end of the Maginot Line can be seen on the left.
No sooner are the French dug in than the Germans - 3 PD in this case - arrive, together with some chums from the Luftwaffe.
Part of 3 ID(mot) photographed from the Korps commander's Fiesler Storch. The Horch Kfz70s are old resin kits. Protz, Sd11 and PAK38 (a cut down PAK40) by Matchbox. StuG III bt Fujimi.
7 North African ID marches (and gallops) to the front. The genuine French lorry on the road may look like an old Airfix Matador but that's just a trick of the light. Really.
Troops of French 4 Corps advance.
The font line moves ever westwards! The black item which a lazy umpire has left in the middle of the table is a Megablitz Dice Shaker.
Confused fighting ensues - and the Luftwaffe are back!
The Moroccan and Algerian troops of 7 NAID are treated to the full force of the Blitzkrieg.
3 PD heavily engaged with 5 DIM (French motorised infantry division)
2 DLM joins the party. Resin D-2 and light tanks, Heller S-35 and Skytrex AMR.
2 PD sweeps round the flank of 4 Corps and into the rear echelon on the Cavalry Corps.
Troops of 30 ID defend Conde against 7 PD.
3 PD finally overruns the positions of 5 DIM
The commander of XVI Panzer Korps views the advance of his troops from the air.