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Strategy & Tactics Issue #336 - Magazine
Strategy & Tactics Issue #336 - Magazine
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The First Punic War: A Strategic Analysis: For 24 years the Carthaginian Empire engaged the Roman Republic in a conflict that became known as the First Punic War (264–41 BC). While the Second Punic War (218–01 BC) is better known, the earlier war laid the foundation for Rome’s dominance.

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Strategy & Tactics Issue #342 - Magazine
Strategy & Tactics Issue #342 - Magazine
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Carolingian Twilight: The Frankish kingdom reached its zenith as the Carolingian Empire during the reign of Charlemagne (771–814), but it sundered when his grandsons fought each other for control. more info
Strategy & Tactics Issue #344 - Magazine
Strategy & Tactics Issue #344 - Magazine
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The Great Turkish War: 1683–1699
During the second half of the 17th century, the Ottoman Empire was invigorated by the leadership of the Koprulu family. The third in that line, Kara Mustapha, set the most ambitious objective of all: to impose Turkish dominance over Central Europe. He planned to begin by taking Vienna, the city the Turks called the “golden apple.” Here is our analysis of his failure.
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Strategy & Tactics Quarterly #15 - Alexander w/ Map Poster
Strategy & Tactics Quarterly #15 - Alexander w/ Map Poster
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Alexander: Few historical figures are better known than Alexander III (the Great) of Macedon, whose epic conquest of the Eastern Mediterranean world is the stuff of legend. With great talent comes great ambition, however, Alexander was driven to outdo his predecessors, driving his army to the point of mutiny. His ambition also caused him to be ruthless in extracting wealth and obedience from his subjects. more info
Strategy & Tactics Quarterly #25- The Fall of Rome
Strategy & Tactics Quarterly #25- The Fall of Rome
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The Fall of Rome One of the most momentous events in history is the Fall of Rome, usually slated as occurring in the year AD 476. But what exactly happened? Why did the Roman state, which stood for a thousand years, collapse in the face of a series of incursions from over the Rhine and Danube? This issue will explore a wide range of factors. The state of the Roman army in the fifth century AD was potentially a very effective force with an expanded cavalry army. The political structure of the Empire will be examined with the division between east and west, the stratification into a military caste system, and the increasing deals with invaders who were given their own kingdoms within the borders of the empire. Also, great leaders like Stilicho and Aetius, and even emperors such as Honorius (often blamed for the disasters of the early 5th century) and Zeno whose Eastern Empire survived the collapse in the West. more info
Strategy & Tactics Issue #266 - Game Only
Strategy & Tactics Issue #266 - Game Only
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Julian
Designed by Joseph Miranda, Julian is a wargame of intermediate complexity simulating the situation across the Roman Empire in the 4th century AD.
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Strategy & Tactics #260 - Game Edition
Strategy & Tactics #260 - Game Edition
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Black Prince: Crecy & Navarette - reflects that diversity by simulating two battles, both of which represented a clash of distinct weapons and tactics.
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Strategy & Tactics Issue #279 - Game Edition
Strategy & Tactics Issue #279 - Game Edition
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Reconquista is a strategic-level game simulating the Christian re-conquest of Iberia during the years 850 to 1250. The map shows the entire Iberian Peninsula, with land areas representing territories and kingdoms.

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Strategy & Tactics Issue #286 - Game Edition
Strategy & Tactics Issue #286 - Game Edition
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Sparta vs. Athens more info
Strategy & Tactics Issue #312 - Game Only
Strategy & Tactics Issue #312 - Game Only
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Alesia is a two-player game of the epic battle between Roman and Gallic forces in 52 BC. The battle pitted two of the great Leaders of that era against each other: Julius Caesar and Vercingetorix. This began as a Roman siege of the Gallic fortress at Alesia, and concluded with a decisive battle. The game system emphasizes command control. Players pick command markers to generate actions, modeling the chaos of the original battle. more info