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Strategy & Tactics Issue #337 - Game Edition
Strategy & Tactics Issue #337 - Game Edition
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Caporetto: The Italian Front 1917–1918 is a two-player wargame of the last year of the Italian Front, from the Central Powers’ offensive of the Fall of 1917 until the end of the war in October 1918. In this game, both players command two powerful but fragile forces: the armies of Italy and Austria-Hungary that, in the last year of the war, were at the end of their tether. more info
Strategy & Tactics Issue #336 - Game Edition
Strategy & Tactics Issue #336 - Game Edition
Price: $49.99

First Punic War 264 to 241 BC is a two-player wargame of the first great military clash between the Roman Republic and the Carthaginian Empire, spanning 24 years in the 3rd century BC. At this time, Rome controlled a federation of states in Italy, while Carthage was the major power of the Western Mediterranean. The war was centered around the island of Sicily, but also saw campaigns in Sardinia and North Africa, with the possibility for more operations elsewhere around the region. more info
Strategy & Tactics Issue #336 - Magazine
Strategy & Tactics Issue #336 - Magazine
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The First Punic War: A Strategic Analysis: For 24 years the Carthaginian Empire engaged the Roman Republic in a conflict that became known as the First Punic War (264–41 BC). While the Second Punic War (218–01 BC) is better known, the earlier war laid the foundation for Rome’s dominance.

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Strategy & Tactics Issue #335 - Game Edition
Strategy & Tactics Issue #335 - Game Edition
Price: $49.99

Descent on Malta is a solitaire operational level simulation of the planned but never executed Axis airborne assault on the British island fortress of Malta. The player controls Axis forces (Germans and Italians). The game system controls the opposing Allied forces and reaction. The objective of the game is for the Axis to capture Malta at the lowest possible cost in casualties. The design is based on the Crete '41 game (World at War #47). more info
Strategy & Tactics Issue #335 - Magazine
Strategy & Tactics Issue #335 - Magazine
Price: $9.99

What If: Malta Invasion 1942: By early 1942 various senior German and Italian commanders were calling for the conquest of Malta. The dilemma was in finding forces for such an operation. This is our analysis of how those forces were indeed gathered, but were then squandered elsewhere than Malta to little good effect for the Axis. more info
Strategy & Tactics Issue #337 - Magazine
Strategy & Tactics Issue #337 - Magazine
Price: $9.99

From Caporetto to Vittorio Veneto: Italy, 1917–18: By the summer of 1917 the Austro-Hungarian Empire could be seen to be dying. Three years of war on three fronts had left the Dual Monarchy materially and morally exhausted. In particular, they feared the front in Italy might crumble and only a preemptive Central Powers offensive could remedy the situation. They were more correct than they knew.
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Strategy & Tactics Issue #334 - Game Edition
Strategy & Tactics Issue #334 - Game Edition
Price: $49.99

Rio Grande War is a two-player wargame on a hypothetical war between the United States and the Empire of Mexico following the American Civil War. The assumption is that France's Napoleon III decided to back up Maximilian with the French army to maintain his power in Mexico, and the US responded with an invasion. At stake: the fate of North America! more info
Strategy & Tactics Issue #334 - Magazine
Strategy & Tactics Issue #334 - Magazine
Price: $9.99

What If: Rio Grande War, 1865: As the Civil War ended in 1865, the US moved an army to the Rio Grande. That was a first move in anticipation of war with the French-sponsored Empire of Mexico. Instead, France’s Emperor Napoleon III withdrew his forces from Mexico, and the country fell to republican rebels led by Benito Juárez. What were the other possibilities? more info
Strategy & Tactics Issue #333 - Game Edition
Strategy & Tactics Issue #333 - Game Edition
Price: $49.99

Operation Unthinkable is a two player alternative history wargame intended to investigate the strategic parameters that would have been in place during the first month of operations had the Anglo-Allies and Soviets gone to war against each other starting on or about July 1945. The map illustrates the militarily significant terrain found in and around this portion of Germany in 1945 when portrayed at this scale. more info
Strategy & Tactics Issue #333 - Magazine
Strategy & Tactics Issue #333 - Magazine
Price: $9.99

Operation Unthinkable: Churchill’s Plan for World War III in 1945: As World War II in Europe was ending, Winston Churchill had his staff draw up a plan for starting World War III against the Soviets. Here’s our analysis of that might-have-been war.

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