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Strategy & Tactics Issue #340 - Game Edition
Strategy & Tactics Issue #340 - Game Edition
Price: $49.99

French and Indian War Battles is two player grand tactical system for simulating battles in North America during the French & Indian War (1754-60). While these battles often involved small armies for the era, they decided the fate of the continent. This game includes three scenarios; Lake George (Sep 1755), Fort Oswego (Aug 1756), and Quebec (Sep 1759). more info
Strategy & Tactics Issue #340 - Magazine
Strategy & Tactics Issue #340 - Magazine
Price: $11.99

Decisive Battles of the French & Indian War Both France and Britain established colonies in North America early in the 17th century, and their competition to dominate those lands and its trade led to a series of wars. Those conflicts in turn forged a new era of warfare while also deciding the fate of North America for centuries. more info
Strategy & Tactics Issue #339 - Game Edition
Strategy & Tactics Issue #339 - Game Edition
Price: $49.99

Saddam Moves South is an operational level two player wargame covering a hypothetical Iraqi invasion of Saudi Arabia in 1990. The assumption here is that after the Iraqi army overran Kuwait in the first week of August 1990, Saddam Hussein continued the offensive to grab the vital oilfields of Saudi Arabia. In response, the United States leads a coalition of states to stop the Iraqis and then retake lost territories. The game system is based on that of Desert One War, which models ground, air and amphibious operations. more info
Strategy & Tactics Issue #339 - Magazine
Strategy & Tactics Issue #339 - Magazine
Price: $11.99

Saddam Moves South: What If? On 2 August 1990 the Iraqis rolled into Kuwait, quickly seizing the country. The response of the US was immediate, with President George Bush (the elder) mobilizing a Coalition to fight the invaders. A major concern among Western and Mid-East leaders was the possibility of Saddam immediately continuing into Saudi Arabia. What could have happened had he moved south? more info
Strategy & Tactics Issue #338 - Game Edition
Strategy & Tactics Issue #338 - Game Edition
Price: $49.99

Russian Boots South: Conquest of Central Asia: The game system is based on the previously published S&T games: They Died with Their Boots On, Volumes 1 & 2, Julian, and Sepoy Mutiny. Russian Boots is a two-player wargame simulating the Russian conquest of Central Asia during the 1850s to 1890s. There are two opposing players: Russian Empire and Khanates. The Russian Empire player represents the theater command of an autocratic empire. The Khanate player represents the various independent kingdoms and tribes of the region, with the possibility of intervention from forces on the periphery. Victory conditions are asymmetrical, with the Russians trying to conquer Central Asia and the Khanates trying to prevent this. more info
Strategy & Tactics Issue #338 - Magazine
Strategy & Tactics Issue #338 - Magazine
Price: $9.99

Russian Boots South: Conquest of Central Asia: In 1840 Central Asia was a distant frontier for the Russian Empire, but within 50 years the region had been fully integrated into the Czar’s realm. That was accomplished only after many hard-fought campaigns across the area’s vast deserts and steppes.

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Strategy & Tactics Issue #337 - Game Edition
Strategy & Tactics Issue #337 - Game Edition
Price: $49.99

Caporetto: The Italian Front 1917–1918 is a two-player wargame of the last year of the Italian Front, from the Central Powers’ offensive of the Fall of 1917 until the end of the war in October 1918. In this game, both players command two powerful but fragile forces: the armies of Italy and Austria-Hungary that, in the last year of the war, were at the end of their tether. more info
Strategy & Tactics Issue #336 - Game Edition
Strategy & Tactics Issue #336 - Game Edition
Price: $49.99

First Punic War 264 to 241 BC is a two-player wargame of the first great military clash between the Roman Republic and the Carthaginian Empire, spanning 24 years in the 3rd century BC. At this time, Rome controlled a federation of states in Italy, while Carthage was the major power of the Western Mediterranean. The war was centered around the island of Sicily, but also saw campaigns in Sardinia and North Africa, with the possibility for more operations elsewhere around the region. more info
Strategy & Tactics Issue #336 - Magazine
Strategy & Tactics Issue #336 - Magazine
Price: $9.99

The First Punic War: A Strategic Analysis: For 24 years the Carthaginian Empire engaged the Roman Republic in a conflict that became known as the First Punic War (264–41 BC). While the Second Punic War (218–01 BC) is better known, the earlier war laid the foundation for Rome’s dominance.

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Strategy & Tactics Issue #335 - Game Edition
Strategy & Tactics Issue #335 - Game Edition
Price: $49.99

Descent on Malta is a solitaire operational level simulation of the planned but never executed Axis airborne assault on the British island fortress of Malta. The player controls Axis forces (Germans and Italians). The game system controls the opposing Allied forces and reaction. The objective of the game is for the Axis to capture Malta at the lowest possible cost in casualties. The design is based on the Crete '41 game (World at War #47). more info