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Queen of battle
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Anyone finding that Drumfire artillery missions are giving Soviet orchestras a definite advantage in denying movement to advancing enemy forces?  I've been able to use drumfire in some Road to Berlin and Tank Battles scenarios, and it definitely compromises Axis advances and breakouts.
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Actually the American army refers to the Infantry as the Queen of Battle and Artillery is as the King of Battle. There is a marching cadence in which you can see the reference. One version of it can be seen at the following link; but you can actually hear it on youtube as well.

http://www.armystudyguide.com/content/cadence/marching_cadence/hail-o-hail-o-infantry.shtml

As far as the drumfire rules.... haven't had a chance to employ them in any WWII scenarios. It would make sense though, since one use of artillery is for interdiction.
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