|The Cavalry Highlanders, right at the west flank objective, hold the line in various states of disarray. Note their morale and casualty levels.|
|The Royal Regiment (east flank) advances without pause, eliminating a German trench with relative ease.|
|Company A of the Black Watch (highlighted red) clear yet another German trench. It turns out that the east flank of the Calgarians was no so much under threat. But you don't know what's there until you walk through those fields.|
|Do you know your odds, Norman W? A composite figure edited with a third party graphics software shows the Calgarians tenuous position at their objective and the German forces trying to force their entry through them.|
It is only when the front stabilizes that the magnitude of the sacrifices at these farmlands are thrown into my lap.
The scenario has ended and I couldn't help it but to use the title of Chapter 14 in the book referenced below.
Canadian and British intelligence had badly miscalculated, and every battalion paid the price.
Zuehlke, Mark (2011-11-08). Breakout from Juno: First Canadian Army and the Normandy Campaign, July 4August 21, 1944 (Canadian Battle) (p. 197). D & M Publishers. Kindle Edition.