On 7 March 1945, lead elements of Task Force Engeman discover that Remagen's Ludendorff Bridge is still intact and Brigadier General Hoge instantly recognises that a decisive battle is upon his troops. He orders the bridge to be captured.
Meanwhile, Major Hans Scheller, commander of the German defenders, gives the order for the bridge to be demolished. As the first American soldiers set foot on the bridge, it explodes in a massive plume of smoke and debris. After the dust settles, everyone is stunned to find the bridge still stands. The fight for the industrial heartland of Germany is on!
What Is Bridge at Remagen?
Bridge at Remagen covers the decisive battles in the Ruhr, Germany's industrial heartland and centre-stage for the last major fights between US and German forces in the Second World War. American players are presented with US armoured forces, including tank, light tank, armoured rifle, and cavalry companies. German players can field lots of powerful, heavy tanks as well as the fanatical infantry forces of SS-Panzerbrigade Westfalen.