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Strategy & Tactics Quarterly #21 - Byzantium w/ Map Poster
Strategy & Tactics Quarterly #21 - Byzantium w/ Map Poster
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Byzantium: The Byzantine Empire dominated the Eastern Mediterranean from the Fall of Rome in AD 476 to the final siege of Constantinople 1453. This new STQ covers a millennium of conflict, controversy and civilization. It includes analyses of strategies and tactics, histories of wars big and small, and profiles of personalities such as the great general Belisarius. There's a parade of emperors from Justinian who brought the Empire to its highpoint to Constantine XI and his heroic last stand at Constantinople. more info
Strategy & Tactics Quarterly #22 - Guderian’s Panzers: From Triumph to Defeat
Strategy & Tactics Quarterly #22 - Guderian’s Panzers: From Triumph to Defeat
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Guderian’s Panzers: From Triumph to Defeat: Operation Barbarossa, which had commenced with such promise for Guderian’s panzers, and for the eastern army at large, ended in catastrophic failure. How did it come to pass that, with each dazzling victory in the east, final victory seemed to move further away from Germany’s grasp? This issue examines Guderian’s role in the first half-year of the Russian campaign, in the process opening a window onto the failure of Barbarossa as a whole. more info
Strategy & Tactics Quarterly #23 - War of 1812: Rise of a Nation w/ Map Poster
Strategy & Tactics Quarterly #23 - War of 1812: Rise of a Nation w/ Map Poster
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War of 1812: Rise of a Nation: The War of 1812 is sometimes called the Second American Revolution. The war saw the new United States engage Great Britain in North America and on the high seas, to include dramatic moments like the burning of Washington DC. The War of 1812 in many ways led to the foundations of the American military system for the ensuing century, to include a rise of professionalism, the reliance on volunteer regiments, and an aggressive naval policy. more info
Strategy & Tactics Quarterly #24 - The Chinese Civil War, 1945–59 w/ Map Poster
Strategy & Tactics Quarterly #24 - The Chinese Civil War, 1945–59 w/ Map Poster
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The Chinese Civil War, 1945–59: A Military History: The Communist victory in the Chinese Civil War wasn’t inevitable, and it was the largest military struggle since the end of World War II. This issue will provide a campaign-by-campaign analysis, with detailed maps and orders of battle for both sides. Analysis will also be presented in regard to how the evolving attitude of the US enabled the Communist victory. more info
Strategy & Tactics Quarterly #25- Six Ancient Battles That Changed History
Strategy & Tactics Quarterly #25- Six Ancient Battles That Changed History
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Six Ancient Battles That Changed History: The emphasis is on explaining the strategies that brought together the opposing armies their tactics and weaponry, the course of the fighting, and the immediate and longer-term effects the outcomes had on subsequent history. The battles: Uruk (2271 BC, Akkad vs. Sumer); Megiddo (1457 BC, Egypt vs. Canaan); Darjñá: Ten Kings (Aryans vs. Bharatas, 14th Century BC); Kadesh (1274 BC, Egypt vs. Hittites); Defeat of the Six Armies of the West (957 BC, Zhou Chinese vs. Chu Chinese) and Marathon (490 BC, Athens vs. Persia). more info
Strategy & Tactics Quarterly #26 - War in the Mediterranean
Strategy & Tactics Quarterly #26 - War in the Mediterranean
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War in the Mediterranean: The WWII war in the Middle Sea was a significantly neglected topic, with the naval war primarily focused on supply, with the British aiming supplies at the island of Malta to keep it protected and the Italo-Germans supplying men and material to North Africa. The complexion of the war changed many times due to fortunes of war and strategic decisions by the belligerents. more info
Strategy & Tactics Quarterly #27 - Grant’s Overland Campaign, May-June, 1864 w/ Map Poster
Strategy & Tactics Quarterly #27 - Grant’s Overland Campaign, May-June, 1864 w/ Map Poster
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Grant’s Overland Campaign, May-June, 1864: The Union Army of the Potomac's hard-fought campaign from the tangled forest of the Wilderness just south of the Rapidan River to the James River in the spring and summer of 1864 was the climatic struggle in Virginia during the American Civil War. Hard fought military operations such as the Wilderness (May 5-6), Spotsylvania (May 7-12), the North Anna (May 13-25), and Cold Harbor (May 26-3) traced the bloody path that would ultimately lead Robert E. Lee's Army of Northern Virginia to defend the Confederate capital of Richmond, thus forfeiting the advantage of maneuver to counter the Army of the Potomac's superiority in numbers and material more info
Strategy & Tactics Quarterly #28 - The First Vietnam War w/ Map Poster
Strategy & Tactics Quarterly #28 - The First Vietnam War w/ Map Poster
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The First Vietnam War: From 1946 to 1954 the French fought a long and ultimately doomed war in Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia. In the end, they went down to defeat at Dien Bien Phu, but there are many lessons to be learned. The STQ will the background of the French colonization of Indochina, the Japanese occupation of World War II and the rise of Ho Chi Minh, and special forces, Viet Minh propaganda, plans for US intervention and sections on alternative strategies for both sides. more info