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Strategy & Tactics Quarterly #3 - Stalingrad
Strategy & Tactics Quarterly #3 - Stalingrad
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Stalingrad - Turning point in the East: This issue provides an in-depth historical analysis of one of history’s greatest battles. It analyzes every facet of the 1942 German offensive in Russia, including the Soviet counteroffensive that marked the war’s overall turning point. The nine chapters each include several original maps, detailed orders of battle, and numerous photographs.

Strategy & Tactics Issue #313 - Game Edition
Strategy & Tactics Issue #313 - Game Edition
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Windhoek is a wargame of the campaign in which British Empire forces, mainly from the Union of South Africa, conquered the German colony of Southwest Africa. In the original campaign, the British won within ten months, but the campaign could have gone different, as von Lettow Vorbeck demonstrated in German East Africa. This is a two-player game, in which one side commands the Germans, and the other Allied forces (including South Africa, British and Portuguese colonial).
Strategy & Tactics Issue #313 - Magazine
Strategy & Tactics Issue #313 - Magazine
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Could Athens Have Won the Great Peloponnesian War? Analysis of how Athens could have defeated Sparta during the Peloponnesian War.
World at War, Issue #62 - Game Edition
World at War, Issue #62 - Game Edition
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Spanish Civil War Battles is a two-player, operational-level wargame of the Belchite (August to September 1937) Battles of Teruel (December 1937), and Alfambra (December 1937 to February 1938). The game uses Eric Harvey’s popular Fire & Movement system rules with exclusive rules allowing the game to simulate these three important struggles of the Spanish Civil War.
World at War, Issue #62 - Magazine
World at War, Issue #62 - Magazine
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Belchite & Teruel - Tipping Point of the Spanish Civil War: Spain's civil war had reached a point of equilibrium by early 1937. A series of battles in the Ebro Valley late in the year ultimately would decide the war.

Modern War, Issue #38 - Game Edition
Modern War, Issue #38 - Game Edition
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Soyuz ’81 is an intermediate low complexity two-player wargame covering the possibilities inherent within the first month of that never-run operation. The Soviet side encompasses all Soviet, East German and Czechoslovakian forces. The Polish side consists of that nation’s regular army and state militia. Each hex represents 16 miles (26 km) from side to opposite side. Each turn represents one tenth of a month (approximately three days). Each unit of maneuver is a division. The game map covers Poland and the adjacent jump off areas for the Soviet Army.

Modern War, Issue #38 - Magazine
Modern War, Issue #38 - Magazine
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Soyuz '81 - Soviet Plans to Invade Poland: When the growing economic crisis in Poland gave rise to the Solidarity labor movement, the Soviets began plans to snuff it out with a military intervention.