I played this scenario multiple times and it has humbled me wholesale. So, there is no much to show off from my side. But I wanted to share a quick note about frontal attacks.
|So this is what I tried and, despite needing some better planning from my part, works better. After finding some weak points, I push the enemy aside and I just move forwards as much as I can afford to.|
|This is how it looks by turn 8. Sherman tanks and infantry are running crazy on the other side of the hill.|
However, this was no victory. More planning is needed for those excursions behind enemy lines. But just keep in mind that those zones of control can be walked through and offer a good opportunity for infiltration.