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Sample Pack - Game Edition (All 3 Titles)
Sample Pack - Game Edition (All 3 Titles)
Price: $69.95

Sample Pack: One randomly selected back issue of Strategy & Tactics Game Edition, World at War Game Edition, and Modern War Game Edition. These sample packs are great for gifts and introducing friends to our magazines!
Sample Pack - Magazines (All 3 Titles)
Sample Pack - Magazines (All 3 Titles)
Price: $14.95

Sample Pack: A randomly selected back issue of Strategy & Tactics, World at War, and Modern War magazines. These sample packs are great for gifts and introducing friends to our magazines! (Game supplement not included)
Strategy & Tactics Issue #311 - Game Edition
Strategy & Tactics Issue #311 - Game Edition
Price: $39.99

Pacific Subs. Germany's U-boats are better known, but the US Navy's submarine fleet achieved the greater victory, bringing the Japanese Empire to its knees by hollowing out its merchant fleet. In this solitaire game, you the player represent the skipper of a submarine. You task is to conduct patrols against the Japanese by supporting the US fleets in combat, ambushing Japanese warships, carrying out covert operations in Japanese territory, and, above all, by sinking merchant ships and tankers. You can conduct one of several individual patrols, or fight the whole campaign, with a goal of promotion to Captain---if you survive.
Strategy & Tactics Issue #311 - Magazine
Strategy & Tactics Issue #311 - Magazine
Price: $7.00

Pacific Subs: During World War II, submarines made up less than two percent of the US Navy’s arsenal. Despite their small numbers, American subs sank over 30 percent of Japan’s navy and crippled their merchant fleet.

Strategy & Tactics Issue #310 - Game Edition
Strategy & Tactics Issue #310 - Game Edition
Price: $39.99

The American Civil War was by far the most destructive conflict in US history. This game gives players a chance to change the outcome. The Confederate player must maintain a viable economic and political core, while the Union player attempts to divide and conquer the southern states. Victory is checked every turn: Union progress can have political consequences or possibly end the game if either player fails to achieve expectations.
Strategy & Tactics Issue #310 - Magazine
Strategy & Tactics Issue #310 - Magazine
Price: $7.00

American Civil War: The Civil War was the end result of a decades-long sectional rivalry driven largely, but not exclusively, by the question of slavery. The resulting conflict was a cataclysm that shook the United States to its core.

Strategy & Tactics Issue #309 - Game Edition
Strategy & Tactics Issue #309 - Game Edition
Price: $39.99

The War of Turkish Liberation begins during the first half of 1920, when the victors of World War I (Greece, France, Italy, and Great Britain) tried to implement the partition of the Ottoman Empire that had been agreed to at the treaty of Sévrés. There are two players in this game:the Revolutionary player and the Imperialist player. The Revolutionary player controls the Bolshevik and Turkish Nationalist armies, and the Imperialist player controls the armies of Greece, Armenia, Azerbaijan and Georgia.
Strategy & Tactics Issue #309 - Magazine
Strategy & Tactics Issue #309 - Magazine
Price: $7.00

Due to a printer error this version of the magazine has the game edition cover and not the magazine cover found in book stores (Lucky Forward). The magazine is the same and only the cover is in error.

The War of Turkish Liberation:
After their defeat in World War I, the Ottoman Empire was in ruins. In May 1919, Turkish nationalist forces would find themselves in a war for independence.
Strategy & Tactics Issue #308 - Game Edition
Strategy & Tactics Issue #308 - Game Edition
Price: $35.00

The War of Jenkins’ Ear simulates the last major conflict in the Caribbean between England and Spain from about 1739 to 1748 (though it was largely eclipsed in Europe by the War of Austrian Succession at the time.) The actual underlying cause of the war was trading rights in the lucrative West Indies. After centuries of intermittent and reoccurring war between the English and Spanish, these two maritime powers had managed to work out a trade agreement that ended their conflicts but not their longstanding enmity. In April 1731, the captain of the Spanish caravel La Isabela intercepted and boarded an English brigantine (the Rebecca) near Jamaica that he suspected of being a smuggler. The brig’s goods were looted and the English captain (Robert Jenkins) was consequently tortured throughout that day.
Strategy & Tactics Issue #308 - Magazine
Strategy & Tactics Issue #308 - Magazine
Price: $7.00

Conquer or Perish - Securing Texan Independence at San Jacinto: Analysis of the Texas Revolution and the pivotal battle that would lead to the foundation of the Republic of Texas.