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Strategy & Tactics Issue #255 - Magazine Only
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First Battle of Britain

Covering the 1917-18 German bomber offensive against England.

Strategy & Tactics Issue #261 - Magazine Only
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The Kaiser's War

covers the last year of World War I in Europe, including an optional what-if extension into 1919. As 1918’s campaign season opened, the Central Powers had defeated the Russian Empire and dominated much of Europe, yet less than a year later the Western Allies were triumphant.
Strategy & Tactics Issue #273 - Magazine Only
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Reichswehr – What If:
German-Soviet War, 1920. Analysis of the much larger war that could’ve happened had the Red Army taken Warsaw in 1920, and why they failed to do so.
Battle of the Talas River.
Strategy & Tactics Issue #295 - Magazine
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Germantown: Washington's failed attack on the British army outside Philadelphia in October 1777 nevertheless served notice the Continental Army had become a competent force on the battlefield.

Strategy & Tactics Issue #296 - Magazine
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Korean Battles: An analysis of the last-ditch UN stand around Pusan and the subsequent counteroffensive north to the Yalu River.

Strategy & Tactics Issue #297 - Magazine
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1863: the decisive phase of the Civil War came in the spring and summer of 1863, when Union victories broke the victory spell of Robert E. Lee in the east, and broke the back of the Confederacy at Vicksburg.
Strategy & Tactics Issue #298 - Magazine
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Churchill's Balkan Gambit: During World War II, the Allies devised a series of deception plans and operations. These deception campaigns were instrumental in the success of real Allied operations against Axis forces.

Strategy & Tactics Issue #299 - Magazine
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Wings over the Alps: Distinguished as the world’s first three-engine aircraft, the Italian Caproni bomber played a key role in the development of strategic air bombardment during World War I. Used by Italian and American air units during the war, the Caproni bombers would pave the way for the future of aerial bombers in later conflicts.
Strategy & Tactics Issue #301 - Magazine
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Ober Ost - World War I on the Eastern Front, 1914-18: From 1914 to 1918 a titanic struggle swept across Eastern Europe. The main battle pitted Germany and its Central Power allies against Russia and Romania.

Strategy & Tactics Issue #228 - Game Edition
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The Old Contemptibles: The Battle of Mons, 1914 is an operational-level simulation of the first major clash between the Germans and British in 1914. The German Player is on the offensive, attempting to win the game by eliminating or isolating British units and seizing key terrain on the map. The British Player is on the defensive, first attempting to prevent the German player from achieving that side's objectives, then escaping off the map with the bulk of the BEF still intact.