George Brinton wrote:
A "foolish presumption" that Stalingrad was like D-Day is offered as an explanation for the "historical" misunderstanding of the Exchange rule in Stalingrad. Well, this one lone guy also produced this same year with: The Russian Campaign; along with many another that AH further produced.
I, however, believe the presumption was entirely reasonable given the lack of clarity in the original rule and the Common [to D-Day and Stalingrad] full-page "Standard" Combat Resolution Table.
My inquiry is to establish if the 1974 Edition Rules made a greater stride beyond the evident re-writing of the Exchange rule.