An Army at Dawn:
Mapping Tunisia

By Mike Bennighof, Ph.D.
March 2022

With the Fourth Edition of Panzer Grenadier, we made a major effort to improve the physical look of the games as well as the game-play itself. And with An Army at Dawn, veteran artist Guy Riessen has most definitely provided an upgrade.

In past games set in the North African desert, we used large paper maps. An Army at Dawn has standard-sized, 11x17-inch heavy cardstock maps that fit together to make the battlefield of a particular scenario. They’re fully compatible with the maps from any other Panzer Grenadier, Panzer Grenadier (Modern) or Infantry Attacks game, though they might look a little odd alongside the lush farmlands of Flanders or the deep jungle of New Guinea.

Here’s a look:

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Mike Bennighof is president of Avalanche Press and holds a doctorate in history from Emory University. A Fulbright Scholar and NASA Journalist in Space finalist, he has published an unknowable number of books, games and articles on historical subjects. He lives in Birmingham, Alabama with his wife, three children and his dog, Leopold. Leopold knows the number.

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