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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 #327 - Game Edition
Strategy & Tactics Issue #327 - Game Edition
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Suwałki Gap is a two-player wargame based on hypothetical Russian attack on the Baltic States and Poland taking place sometime between 2023 and 2025. The sides and capabilities in this game are based on current procurement, recruitment, and basing plans to the extent of publicly available information. This game in particular examines the concept of the “Suwałki Gap,” a 65km section of the Polish-Lithuanian border between Belarus and Kaliningrad, and the potential of a Russian encirclement of the Baltic States by attacking over this route. more info
Strategy & Tactics Issue #327 - Magazine
Strategy & Tactics Issue #327 - Magazine
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Future Russia Baltic States War: Recently, the Russians have moved aggressively into what they refer to as the “near abroad,” those areas adjacent to Russia which hold significant geopolitical interests. This includes the Baltic States, and the Russian enclave at Kaliningrad. The potential for conflict in this area is examined.

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World at War, Issue #77 - Game Edition
World at War, Issue #77 - Game Edition
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Winter War: Finland vs the Soviet Union 1939 is an operational level two player wargame. It covers the Soviet invasion of Finland over the Winter of 1939-40. The Soviets initially expected a quick victory. However, the Finns, under the leadership of Carl Gustav Mannerheim, resisted and outmaneuvered the more ponderous Red Army forces. It was not until Marshal Timoshenko was appointed to lead the campaign, that the Soviets gained the initiative.

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World at War, Issue #77 - Magazine
World at War, Issue #77 - Magazine
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Winter War: Finland versus the Soviet Union, 1939–40: The Winter War was a boost for Allied morale. After the German-Soviet overrunning of Poland in September 1939, Finland showed that a small country could stand and fight.


Other Articles:

  • Five Days at Oosterbeek: The Destruction of the British 1st Airborne Division: The British role in the airborne component of Operation Market-Garden in September 1944 is legendary. Having failed in its objectives, 1st Airborne was trapped at Oosterbeek, and pummeled for five days, escaping with only 20 percent of its troops.
  • Destruction of Beta Convoy: British Royal Navy use of Ultra intercepts and radar combine for a devastating nighttime ambush of Italian Beta Convoy.
  • USS Wahoo: A Lady Comes of Age: After Japan’s surrender, her surviving admirals and generals counted the submarines as the greatest single factor in the Allies’ final victory. The submariners who achieved all this comprised just two percent of America’s wartime naval personnel. Wahoo was the preeminent sub of the Pacific war.
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Modern War, Issue #52 - Game Edition
Modern War, Issue #52 - Game Edition
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World War Africa: The Congo, 1998-2001 is a two-player wargame. One player represents the rebels consisting of a coalition of East African countries, namely Rwanda, Uganda and Burundi, and their local proxies: the MLC and the RDC. The player controls the Congolese Armed Forces supported by a coalition of African countries, including Angola, Zimbabwe and Chad. Each hex on the map represents 100 kilometers from side to side.

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Modern War, Issue #52 - Magazine
Modern War, Issue #52 - Magazine
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World War Africa: With the end of the Cold War, Africa shifted higher in strategic importance for its resources and developing economies. Despite efforts at democratization, the Congo became a focal point for tribal and regional conflict. This article examines the 1996–2003 period.
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