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Strategy & Tactics Issue #309 - Game Edition
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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
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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.
Barbarossa: Germany's Assault on the Soviet Union, 1941-1942
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The 1941 German invasion of the USSR ignited a firestorm that engulfed some 26 million Soviet and 9 million German lives, making it the decisive European theater of World War II. Arguments as to whether the Germans had a realistic chance to win their war in the east continue among historians to this day.
World at War, Issue #58 - Game Edition
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Stalin Moves West is a two-player strategic level hypothetical simulation of a potential World War II campaign in which the Third Reich did not invade the Soviet Union in 1941 and instead Stalin launched an invasion of central and western Europe. The map depicts the Soviet Union (USSR), the Greater German Reich, the General Government (German-occupied Poland), Hungary, Romania, and Slovakia as they were in 1941.
World at War, Issue #58 - Magazine
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Black Sand, Red Blood - The Battle of Iwo Jima: At just eight square miles, the island was anticipated to fall quickly to a large-scale assault. It would instead prove to be one of the most grueling battles of the entire Pacific war.

Modern War, Issue #33 - Game Edition
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ISIS War. This game is set in a timeframe of the near future – 2017 through 2020 – in which the Iranians may have developed some kind of military nuclear capability. Even so, with the US likely still in another post-Vietnam-funk-type of “neo-isolationism,” the possibility for a blitz-style conventional Iranian victory across the region – aimed at fully establishing and certifying Tehran as the unchallengeable hegemon of the Gulf region – moves to the fore.

Modern War, Issue #33 - Magazine
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War on ISIS: The Islamic State emerged in 2014 as the primary threat to stability in the Middle East. Since then, regional and international forces have waged a campaign to destroy the terrorist organization.