The other TFL resource is actually a series of resources. Twice a year, TFL publish specials that are packed with all sorts of interesting content. In particular, the Summer 2014 and the Summer 2015 Specials each include a potted campaign for France 1940, designed to be used with At the Sharp End.
The Summer 2014 edition includes a campaign called Strawberries for Elephants which follows the exploits of the 2nd Durham Light Infantry on the River Dyle that I mentioned in my last post. This time it is covered in more depth with 11 scenarios (more if the first battle is inconclusive). The Summer 2015 edition then looks at the retreat of the Welsh Guards towards Boulogne. Each of these campaigns provide background, force lists (although Chain of Command doesn't use a points system) and some brilliant maps.
I can't recommend TFL products highly enough. The rules allow the player to think about the problems with which a small-unit leader would have to contend, and are also of the right size - I can easily play these games of a 3' x 4' table.
Bye for now.