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Strategy & Tactics Quarterly #3 - Stalingrad
Strategy & Tactics Quarterly #3 - Stalingrad
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Stalingrad - Turning point in the East: This issue provides an in-depth historical analysis of one of history’s greatest battles. It analyzes every facet of the 1942 German offensive in Russia, including the Soviet counteroffensive that marked the war’s overall turning point. The nine chapters each include several original maps, detailed orders of battle, and numerous photographs.

Strategy & Tactics Issue #312 - Game Edition
Strategy & Tactics Issue #312 - Game Edition
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Alesia is a two-player game of the epic battle between Roman and Gallic forces in 52 BC. The battle pitted two of the great Leaders of that era against each other: Julius Caesar and Vercingetorix. This began as a Roman siege of the Gallic fortress at Alesia, and concluded with a decisive battle. The game system emphasizes command control. Players pick command markers to generate actions, modeling the chaos of the original battle.
Strategy & Tactics Issue #312 - Magazine
Strategy & Tactics Issue #312 - Magazine
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Alesia - Last Stand of the Gauls: The campaign of 52 BC, between Vercingetorix's Gauls and Caesar's Romans, ended in an epic confrontation around the fortified town of Alesia.

World at War, Issue #61 - Game Edition
World at War, Issue #61 - Game Edition
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Peaks of the Caucasus simulates the German offensive in the southern Soviet Union in 1942, and the ensuing Soviet Counteroffensive. The German objective was initially the Caucasus oilfields, but the campaign turned into a struggle for the city of Stalingrad on the Volga. The game uses a variant of the “Boots system” to model higher echelon command-control and logistics, and their impact on the theater of operations.
World at War, Issue #61 - Magazine
World at War, Issue #61 - Magazine
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Peaks of the Caucasus - The Axis 1942 Offensive in Southern Russia: The need to secure economic resources—especially oil—would lead German armies across the Ukraine and deep into the Caucasus in 1942.

Modern War, Issue #37 - Game Edition
Modern War, Issue #37 - Game Edition
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Putin Moves South is an operational-strategic level two-player wargame covering a hypothetical struggle between Russia and a coalition of opposing states to gain control of Central Asia, encompassing the area from the Russian frontier to the Persian Gulf. Combatants include, Russian, NATO, Chinese, Iranian, and various Central Asian States including the Persian Gulf countries.

Modern War, Issue #37 - Magazine
Modern War, Issue #37 - Magazine
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Putin Moves South - Potential Conflict in the Eurasian Heartland: Central Asia has been a crossroads for millennia. In the 21st century conflict looms in the region as international powers vie for control of important natural resources and military dominance.