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Strategy & Tactics Quarterly #4 - World War III: What If the Cold War Went Hot
Strategy & Tactics Quarterly #4 - World War III: What If the Cold War Went Hot
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World War III: What Ifs? At the end of World War II, two superpowers emerged from the confl ict: the United States and the Soviet Union. In the decades that followed, these two superpowers faced off in what became known as the Cold War. This issue analyzes the military aspects of that long struggle between the two powers. The approach is to analyze where World War III might have started and been fought in each of the decades between 1945 and 1991. The chapters include original maps, orders of battle, and photographs. It is written to be of value to newcomers as well as those who consider themselves experts. The prose is clear and free of jargon, but rich in detail and analysis. This issue includes a map poster.

Strategy & Tactics Issue #315 - Game Edition
Strategy & Tactics Issue #315 - Game Edition
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Red Tide South is a two-player game. It is a stand-alone game that can is also designed to be played with Red Tide West (Modern War #15). A war in Europe during the 1980’s was primarily going to be decided, one way or the other, in West Germany. Other fronts and theaters were therefore almost irrelevant in the short term. Considering the Soviets’ exceedingly optimistic timetables by which they intended to overrun West Germany, events elsewhere would have not even played out before the war ended (either by mutual annihilation or by rapprochement).
Strategy & Tactics Issue #315 - Magazine
Strategy & Tactics Issue #315 - Magazine
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Red Tide South - A Potential Soviet Attack on Italy: A number of factors raised the potential for World War III in the early 1980s. While the main Soviet threat was aimed at Germany, danger also lurked in southern Europe and the Mediterranean.

World at War, Issue #64 - Game Edition
World at War, Issue #64 - Game Edition
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The Rats of Tobruk uses a derivative of the Famous Divisions Series that appeared in World at War #20 (Grossdeutchland) and #34 (Guards Armored). Rats of Tobruk is a two-player operational/tactical game that simulates Rommel’s Easter Day attack on Tobruk in April 1941. This battle primarily involved the Australian 9th Infantry Division, as well as British artillery batteries that were tasked to prevent the capture of Tobruk harbor by the German 5th Light Division.
World at War, Issue #64 - Magazine
World at War, Issue #64 - Magazine
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Rats of Tobruk - Thorn in Rommel’s Side: With Rommel's Afrikakorps driving toward Egypt in April 1941, the reinforced Australian 9th Division holed up in Tobruk to block the Axis supply line. The result was an epic eight-month siege.

Modern War, Issue #39 - Game Edition
Modern War, Issue #39 - Game Edition
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Axis of Evil is an operational-strategic level two-player wargame covering a struggle between the Russian-led Eurasian Union and a Coalition of opposing states to gain control of the Middle East, from Iran to Syria and the Persian Gulf. Possible combatants include Russia, various Middle Eastern states, China, Iran, and the Persian Gulf countries.

Modern War, Issue #39 - Magazine
Modern War, Issue #39 - Magazine
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Axis of Evil - Conflict in the Persian Gulf: Iran's continued influence in the Middle East raises the possibility of a renewed conflict in the Persian Gulf with the United States and its Western-backed Allies.