The British spring offensive in Tunisia was brought to a halt on the approaches to Djebel el Ahmera (Longstop Hill) by the German 5th Panzer Army. German forces took defensive positions on key heights along the roadway leading to Tunisia's capital. Despite the fierce resistance of the enemy, British 78th "Battleaxe" Division units supported by the Churchill tanks of the North Irish Horse regiment are advancing along the roadway.
- Two operations of 21 turns for each of the parties (Djebel el Ahmera, April 23-26, 1943).
- Precisely recreated area of over 100 sq. km: mountains smoothly grading into hilly plains with harsh terrain and extensive gullies.
- Historical organizational structure of units at the time of the offensive.