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Sample Pack - Game Edition (All 3 Titles)
Sample Pack - Game Edition (All 3 Titles)
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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! more info
Sample Pack - Magazines (All 3 Titles)
Sample Pack - Magazines (All 3 Titles)
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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) more info
Modern War, Issue #53 - Game Edition
Modern War, Issue #53 - Game Edition
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Objective Kassel is a two-player alternative history wargame intended to investigate the operational parameters that would have been in place during the first four days of fighting in that border area of West Germany had the Soviet Union decided to try to attack sometime in the early 1980s. It was during that timeframe the Warsaw Pact achieved a possible decisive “correlation of forces” between their militaries and those of the West.

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Modern War, Issue #53 - Magazine
Modern War, Issue #53 - Magazine
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Objective Kassel & Seven Days to the Rhine: War in Europe in the 1980s: In this fourth installment of the Seven Days to the Rhine Series, we analyze the situation on the British sector of the front.
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Modern War, Issue #52 - Game Edition
Modern War, Issue #52 - Game Edition
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World War Africa: The Congo, 1998-2001 is a two-player wargame. One player represents the rebels consisting of a coalition of East African countries, namely Rwanda, Uganda and Burundi, and their local proxies: the MLC and the RDC. The player controls the Congolese Armed Forces supported by a coalition of African countries, including Angola, Zimbabwe and Chad. Each hex on the map represents 100 kilometers from side to side.

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Modern War, Issue #52 - Magazine
Modern War, Issue #52 - Magazine
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World War Africa: With the end of the Cold War, Africa shifted higher in strategic importance for its resources and developing economies. Despite efforts at democratization, the Congo became a focal point for tribal and regional conflict. This article examines the 1996–2003 period.
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Modern War, Issue #51 - Magazine
Modern War, Issue #51 - Magazine
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Objective Frankfurt & Seven Days to the Rhine - War in Europe in the 1980s: In this third installment of the Seven Days to the Rhine Series, we analyze the situation on what would likely have been its main front inside Germany: the center, which was defended by the US Army’s V Corps, and that was to be attacked by the Soviets’ elite spearhead Eighth Guards Army. more info
Modern War, Issue #50 - Game Edition
Modern War, Issue #50 - Game Edition
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Putin Moves East is an operational-strategic level two player wargame covering a struggle for control between the Russian led Eurasian Union and a Coalition of opposing states, led by the People's Republic of China, to gain control of the Far East. Among other things, the game presumes a breakdown in Russian Chinese relations leading to open belligerency. Units represent operational task forces of corps or reinforced size; special forces; airpower; and cyberwar. Additionally, paramilitary forces play a significant role in the game rules.

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Modern War, Issue #50 - Magazine
Modern War, Issue #50 - Magazine
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Putin Moves East - Conflict on the Chinese-Eurasian Frontier: The central objective of Russian military policy is to ensure territorial integrity of the state. In pursuit of this, Russia is engaged in a geopolitical strategy across the Eurasian landmass.
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Modern War, Issue #49 - Magazine
Modern War, Issue #49 - Magazine
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Objective Munich - War in Europe in the 1980s: If war had erupted across the border between Czechoslovakia and West Germany in the 1980s, NATO high command would have faced critical strategic decisions. This article examines the possible decisions NATO could have made.

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