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Strategy & Tactics Quarterly #16 - China - The Next War w/ Map Poster
Strategy & Tactics Quarterly #16 - China - The Next War w/ Map Poster
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China The Next War: China has been expanding its reach economically, politically, and militarily. The US remains its chief adversary on every level, but what strategies will be most effective in containing the burgeoning superpower? China’s long history gives it a wealth of political-military principles to direct its likely moves; the failure to understand them could doom its opposition. This is an examination of the potential for war, and of its disparate battlefields in the air, on land, at and under the sea, in space, and in the digital world. more info
Strategy & Tactics Issue #332 - Game Edition
Strategy & Tactics Issue #332 - Game Edition
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Thirty Years War Battles is a grand tactical two player system for simulating battles in Europe during the first half of the 17th century. Each game in the system is based on one of the major battles of the 30 Years War. Each battle has its own map, special rules and counters representing the military formations which participated in the original action. The rules model the overall effects of the weapons and tactics of the great era of pike and shot, and include combat, leadership and morale. more info
Strategy & Tactics Issue #332 - Magazine
Strategy & Tactics Issue #332 - Magazine
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Two Decisive Battles of the 30 Years War: Lutter 1626 & Wittstock 1636: The Thirty Years War (1618–48) was a prolonged struggle where the powers of Europe fought for religious, dynastic and emerging national objectives. And while the war spanned three decades, armies won decisive victories that changed the course of the conflict. Two of these battles were Lutter (1626) and Wittstock (1636).

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World at War, Issue #82 - Magazine
World at War, Issue #82 - Magazine
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Watch on the Oder: German Strategic Alternatives, January 1945: In the late summer of 1944, Hitler had to decide whether to remain committed to a counteroffensive in the west or, upon reflection, switch it to the east. There’s no simple explanation for his choice of the western front. The situation was complex, and so were Hitler’s thought processes. more info
World at War, Issue #81 - Game Edition
World at War, Issue #81 - Game Edition
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Balkans 1944. In late Summer 1944, the Soviets were poised to invade the Balkans after having inflicted a crushing blow to the Wehrmacht at Belarus. On 20 August, after a period of relative calm on the front, the Soviets opened up their offensive between the Black Sea and the Carpathians. Despite the German counterattacks and setbacks such as Debrecen, by Christmas Eve the Red Army was besieging Budapest, joined by the Yugoslav Partisans, and occupied Bulgaria and Romania.

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World at War, Issue #81 - Magazine
World at War, Issue #81 - Magazine
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Clearing the Flanks: The Balkans, August–November 1944: By late July 1944, the Germans had suffered a crushing defeat in Belarus and were about to suffer another disaster in Normandy. Those catastrophes led them to withdraw divisions from Romania for deployment to other endangered sectors. On 20 August, 2nd and 3rd Ukrainian Fronts opened an offensive between the Black Sea and Jablanica Pass into the Balkans.


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Modern War, Issue #55 - Magazine
Modern War, Issue #55 - Magazine
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Objective Hamburg & Seven Days to the Rhine - War in Europe in the 1980s: In this fifth and final installment of the Seven Days to the Rhine Series, we analyze the situation in the far north of Germany.

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