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Strategy & Tactics Issue #308 - Magazine
Strategy & Tactics Issue #308 - Magazine
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Conquer or Perish - Securing Texan Independence at San Jacinto: Analysis of the Texas Revolution and the pivotal battle that would lead to the foundation of the Republic of Texas.

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Strategy & Tactics Issue #310 - Magazine
Strategy & Tactics Issue #310 - Magazine
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American Civil War: The Civil War was the end result of a decades-long sectional rivalry driven largely, but not exclusively, by the question of slavery. The resulting conflict was a cataclysm that shook the United States to its core.

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Strategy & Tactics Quarterly #9 - American Revolution w/ Map Poster
Strategy & Tactics Quarterly #9 - American Revolution w/ Map Poster
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American Revolution: Britain was the superpower of the day in the last half of the eighteenth century: her navy the equal of any two others; possessed of rich colonies in North America, the Caribbean, India, and the Far East; with a merchant fleet carrying the wealth of nations across every ocean.

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Strategy & Tactics Quarterly #13 - Gettysburg w/ Map Poster
Strategy & Tactics Quarterly #13 - Gettysburg w/ Map Poster
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Gettysburg: High Tide or Desperate Gamble? Gettysburg (1-3 July 1863) has achieved near-legendary status among Civil War afficionado and non-history buff alike. The story covers not three days but three months, involving decision-making at the highest governmental levels as well as action by quick-thinking individuals on the battlefield. Christopher Perello takes another plunge into these deep waters, examining how the campaign and battle came about, how they progressed as they did, and how one or both might have turned out differently. more info
Strategy & Tactics Issue #252 - Game Only
Strategy & Tactics Issue #252 - Game Only
Price: $20.00

The Civil War in the Far West: The New Mexico Campaign, 1862 (NMC)

A two-player, low-to-intermediate complexity simulation of the Confederate invasion of the US southwest. It's primarily a strategic-level design, but it also contains operational undertones. The Confederate player is generally on the offensive, but the situation also calls for the Union player to make counterattacks.

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Strategy & Tactics Issue #218 - Game Edition
Strategy & Tactics Issue #218 - Game Edition
Price: $22.00

Empires at War is a game series that simulates battles of the mid-19th century.  The system deliberately adopts the perspective of the top generals of the time. Command control, morale and choice of combat tactics are given great attention. more info
Strategy & Tactics Issue #242 - Game Edition
Strategy & Tactics Issue #242 - Game Edition
Price: $24.00

They Died With Their Boots On 2

(Boots 2, for short), presents a wargame system that simulates two campaigns of the US Army from the late 18th and early 20th centuries.
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Strategy & Tactics Issue #264 - Game Only
Strategy & Tactics Issue #264 - Game Only
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Shiloh: Bloody April, 1862

The design, by Paul Koenig, uses an evolution of the old-Avalon Hill classic, Gettysburg ’77. Each game turn equals one hour, and each hex on the map represents 100 yards. Units of maneuver are double-sided brigades.
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Strategy & Tactics Issue #252 - Game Edition
Strategy & Tactics Issue #252 - Game Edition
Price: $25.00

The Civil War in the Far West

The New Mexico Campaign, 1862 (NMC), is a two-player, low-to-intermediate complexity simulation of the Confederate invasion of the US southwest.
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Strategy & Tactics Issue #258 - Game Edition
Strategy & Tactics Issue #258 - Game Edition
Price: $25.00


The Santiago Campaign, 1898 (TSC)

A low-complexity, two-player, operational-level simulation of the US campaign to capture the Cuban port of Santiago during the Spanish-American War, designed by Ron Bell.
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