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From France in 1940 to France in 1945, via Libya, Tunisia and Italy!
(All the maps needed for the campaign are in this file)
Get maps from the Map Finder
(This is a musical selection that will play over the scenario briefings - optional)
You should upgrade your graphics with the latest Panzer2.dat upgrade. Get it from the Clearinghouse (look at "Latest Panzer2.dat, by Leon and von Adler" in the Tools and Utilities section).
|Unofficial Patch v2.20 at a minimum.
You should at least use the 'unofficial' 2.20 patch to run the game, after first upgrading your PG2 to the official v1.02. See the the Upgrade Center for more information.
|2.20 patch is now available! (405KB)|
|Version||Equipment File||Download||Size (KB)||Maps needed
Read the readme file if you are not familiar with adding user-made maps
Look in the "Equipments" section. Use at least v1.02.11.a which is included with the download.
all the user made maps for this campaign in one big file (17.33MB)
Elba (154) *
Fondouk (171) *
Kufra (161) *
Look in the "Equipment" section. Use at least beta v0.52 (included with the download). Conversion to AdlerKorps by Jan Hedström (aka Pzmaniac).
|france-v310.zip||183||same as above|
Use at least v3.0. Conversion by Juan Carlos Preciado (aka "Juankar").
|lg-stevefrench.zip||65||same as above|
available in My
† new for v2.5 only
Screenshots of the campaign (click for full-size images):
|In a desperate fight, French forces and elements of the US 1st Armored Division battle Kampfgruppe Pfeiffer for control the Faid pass. Southern Tunisia; February 1, 1943 - full-size: 152KB.|
|Anti-tank guns go into action as the newly-formed French 4th Armoured Division attack near Montcornet, but meet elements of XIX Panzer Corps. Montcornet, France; May 17, 1940 - full-size: 166KB|
|Advance "shock" groups of the French 1st Army hold a beachhead against elements of the German garrison of the island of Elba while, further to the east, more French units and some British commandos attempt to land. French paratroops and British destroyers can also be seen moving in. Operation Brassard, off the Italian coast; June 17, 1944 - full-size: 105KB|