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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 Quarterly #12 - Dreadnoughts w/ Map Poster
Strategy & Tactics Quarterly #12 - Dreadnoughts w/ Map Poster
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Dreadnoughts – Big-Gun Era of Naval Warfare: Few weapons have come and gone so precipitously as the modern battleship. HMS Dreadnought, launched in 1906, instantly made every other battleship obsolete. more info
Strategy & Tactics Quarterly #11 - Thirty Years' War (NO MAP POSTER)
Strategy & Tactics Quarterly #11 - Thirty Years' War (NO MAP POSTER)
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Thirty Years War – Violent Birth of Modern Europe: Modern Europe is the product of the gradual evolution of political, economic, and social institutions, interspersed with cataclysmic events as the old order resisted change.

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Strategy & Tactics Quarterly #10 - Whirlwind w/ Map Poster
Strategy & Tactics Quarterly #10 - Whirlwind w/ Map Poster
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Whirlwind: A detailed analysis of the Soviet offensive against Germany on the Eastern Front following the failure of Operation Barbarossa.

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Strategy & Tactics Quarterly #10 - Whirlwind (NO MAP POSTER)
Strategy & Tactics Quarterly #10 - Whirlwind (NO MAP POSTER)
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Whirlwind – The Soviet-German War 1943-1945: Stalingrad was the end of major German advances in the east, but not the end of the war. Despite massive losses in the first eighteen months of fighting, the Soviets were just reaching their peak strength, coupled with an increasing stream of weapons, supplies, and equipment from the western Allies.

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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 #9 - American Revolution (NO MAP POSTER)
Strategy & Tactics Quarterly #9 - American Revolution (NO 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 #8 - Tet Offensive  (NO MAP POSTER)
Strategy & Tactics Quarterly #8 - Tet Offensive (NO MAP POSTER)
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Tet Offensive: Appearances can be deceiving. In 1968, the leadership of North Vietnam was convinced victory in the decades-old war for control of the nations of Indochina. A massive country-wide offensive exploded during the lunar new year. Viet Cong guerrillas supported by regular units of the North Vietnamese army overran towns and cities across the south as the surprised soldiers of the US and the Republic of Vietnam flailed helplessly.

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Strategy & Tactics Quarterly #7 - The Crusades w/ Map Poster
Strategy & Tactics Quarterly #7 - The Crusades w/ Map Poster
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Crusades: Europe was nearing the peak of the High Middle Ages in the late eleventh century. A growing population supported not only rapid expansion of arable land, but the growth of cities that in turn fostered trade and the arts. The continent began looking outward, nowhere more so than the Levant, where Islamic expansion had subsumed much of Classical Antiquity.

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Strategy & Tactics Quarterly #6 - D-Day: 6 June 1944
Strategy & Tactics Quarterly #6 - D-Day: 6 June 1944
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D-Day: 6 June 1944: The 1944 invasion of Normandy is unique in military history, being the only invasion intended to put an army ashore for the purpose of conquering a continent. That story is told here in great detail, beginning with the plans and forces deployed by each side for a clash both knew was coming.

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