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Strategy & Tactics Issue #308 - Magazine
Strategy & Tactics Issue #308 - Magazine
Price: $7.00

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.

Strategy & Tactics Issue #245 - Game Edition
Strategy & Tactics Issue #245 - Game Edition
Price: $24.00

The Triple Alliance War (TAW)

A two-player, low-to-intermediate complexity, strategic-level simulation of the second-largest war ever fought in the New World (the largest having been the American Civil War).

Strategy & Tactics Issue #249 - Game Edition
Strategy & Tactics Issue #249 - Game Edition
Price: $24.00

Forgotten Napoleonic Campaigns (FNC)

Two complete games by designer is S&T Editor Joseph Miranda: The Russo-Swedish War (RSW), which covers the 1808 invasion of Finland, and The Egyptian Campaign (EC), which deals with Napoleon's invasion of the Middle East.
Strategy & Tactics Issue #256 - Game Edition
Strategy & Tactics Issue #256 - Game Edition
Price: $25.00
Deal of the Day Price: $14.95

Marlborough’s Battles (MBat)

A wargame of intermediate complexity, designed by Richard H. Berg, covering two of the Duke’s great victories in the War of the Spanish Succession: Ramillies, a massive cavalry clash, and Malplaquet, a huge infantry battle.
Strategy & Tactics Issue #262 - Game Edition
Strategy & Tactics Issue #262 - Game Edition
Price: $30.00


Frederick’s War: War of the Austrian Secession, 1741-48

A wargame of intermediate complexity simulating the struggle for power in Europe during the highpoint of the Enlightenment,1741-48. It was the era of soldier-kings and enlightened monarchs, when powerful states maneuvered professional armies and fought to gain rich provinces.
Strategy & Tactics Issue #268 - Game Edition
Strategy & Tactics Issue #268 - Game Edition
Price: $30.00

When Lions Sailed (WLS)
Designed by Joseph Miranda, WLS is an intermediate-complexity wargame of global naval conflict in the 17th century.
Strategy & Tactics Issue #275 - Game Edition
Strategy & Tactics Issue #275 - Game Edition
Price: $30.00

Koniggratz simulates the most important battle of the Austro-Prussian War, fought near that town in Bohemia in July 1866. Using the new Musket & Saber Standard Rules from the folio game series, Koniggratz also includes new rules, such as Hidden Movement and Line Formation, to add additional situational realism, as well as presage augmentations to upcoming M&S series folio games.
Strategy & Tactics Issue #282 - Game Edition
Strategy & Tactics Issue #282 - Game Edition
Price: $30.00

War of the Pacific, Chile vs. Perú and Bolivia, 1879-1883 is a two-player, low-complexity simulation of one of the most decisive wars waged in South America during the 19th Century.

Strategy & Tactics Issue #289 - Game Edition
Strategy & Tactics Issue #289 - Game Edition
Price: $30.00

War of the Austrian Succession is a wargame of Frederick the Great’s first military campaign, the First Silesian War of 1740-42. This was the opening War of the Austrian Succession which eventually involved the major powers of Europe. The intent of the game is to show operational level warfare in the 18th century Age of Kings. There are two sides in the game, Prussia and its allies (the Coalition), and Austria and its allies (Habsburgs).

Strategy & Tactics Issue #308 - Game Edition
Strategy & Tactics Issue #308 - Game Edition
Price: $35.00

The War of Jenkins’ Ear simulates the last major conflict in the Caribbean between England and Spain from about 1739 to 1748 (though it was largely eclipsed in Europe by the War of Austrian Succession at the time.) The actual underlying cause of the war was trading rights in the lucrative West Indies. After centuries of intermittent and reoccurring war between the English and Spanish, these two maritime powers had managed to work out a trade agreement that ended their conflicts but not their longstanding enmity. In April 1731, the captain of the Spanish caravel La Isabela intercepted and boarded an English brigantine (the Rebecca) near Jamaica that he suspected of being a smuggler. The brig’s goods were looted and the English captain (Robert Jenkins) was consequently tortured throughout that day.