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Strategy & Tactics Quarterly #24 - The Chinese Civil War, 1945–59 w/ Map Poster
Strategy & Tactics Quarterly #24 - The Chinese Civil War, 1945–59 w/ Map Poster
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The Chinese Civil War, 1945–59: A Military History: The Communist victory in the Chinese Civil War wasn’t inevitable, and it was the largest military struggle since the end of World War II. This issue will provide a campaign-by-campaign analysis, with detailed maps and orders of battle for both sides. Analysis will also be presented in regard to how the evolving attitude of the US enabled the Communist victory. more info
Strategy & Tactics Quarterly #22 - Guderian’s Panzers: From Triumph to Defeat /w Map Poster
Strategy & Tactics Quarterly #22 - Guderian’s Panzers: From Triumph to Defeat /w Map Poster
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Guderian’s Panzers: From Triumph to Defeat: Operation Barbarossa, which had commenced with such promise for Guderian’s panzers, and for the eastern army at large, ended in catastrophic failure. How did it come to pass that, with each dazzling victory in the east, final victory seemed to move further away from Germany’s grasp? This issue examines Guderian’s role in the first half-year of the Russian campaign, in the process opening a window onto the failure of Barbarossa as a whole. more info
Strategy & Tactics Quarterly #12 - Dreadnoughts w/ Map Poster
Strategy & Tactics Quarterly #12 - Dreadnoughts w/ Map Poster
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Dreadnoughts – Big-Gun Era of Naval Warfare: Few weapons have come and gone so precipitously as the modern battleship. HMS Dreadnought, launched in 1906, instantly made every other battleship obsolete. more info
Strategy & Tactics Quarterly #10 - Whirlwind (NO MAP POSTER)
Strategy & Tactics Quarterly #10 - Whirlwind (NO MAP POSTER)
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Whirlwind – The Soviet-German War 1943-1945: Stalingrad was the end of major German advances in the east, but not the end of the war. Despite massive losses in the first eighteen months of fighting, the Soviets were just reaching their peak strength, coupled with an increasing stream of weapons, supplies, and equipment from the western Allies.

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Barbarossa: Germany's Assault on the Soviet Union, 1941-1942 (No MAP)
Barbarossa: Germany's Assault on the Soviet Union, 1941-1942 (No MAP)
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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. more info
Strategy & Tactics Issue #347 - Game Edition
Strategy & Tactics Issue #347 - Game Edition
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Operation Holland is a two-player alternative history wargame intended to investigate the operational parameters that would have been in place during the first eight days of fighting across northern Belgium and southeast Netherlands had Hitler decided to launch his massive counteroffensive toward Antwerp from there instead of the Ardennes.

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Strategy & Tactics Issue #347 - Game Only
Strategy & Tactics Issue #347 - Game Only
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Operation Holland: Alternate Battles of the Bulge is a two-player alternative history wargame intended to investigate the operational parameters that would have been in place during the first eight days of fighting across northern Belgium and southeast Netherlands had Hitler decided to launch his massive counteroffensive toward Antwerp from there instead of the Ardennes. Such a German effort, would have caused a three-to-four-month delay in the timeline of the Anglo-American advance into Germany. In turn, that would have allowed Hitler to concentrate greater forces in Poland to seriously slow or defeat the Soviet offensive there in January, causing a similar delay in the Red Army’s seizure of Berlin.

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Strategy & Tactics Issue #347 - Magazine
Strategy & Tactics Issue #347 - Magazine
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Operation Holland: The Battle of the Bulge That Might Have Been No matter the difficulties involved, by the autumn of 1944 it was clear to Hitler was some great battlefield victory was the essential prerequisite to successful negotiations for an overall settlement of the war that would allow him to remain alive and in power. One plan he considered was Operation Holland, which would have sent his forces striking from the Roermund area 78 miles over open country to Antwerp.
Feature articles including: The Warlord Cao Cao, The Dade Massacre, The Battle of Ap Bac
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Strategy & Tactics Issue #343 - Magazine
Strategy & Tactics Issue #343 - Magazine
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Operation Albion & The Baltic Campaigns: 1917–18
In 1917 there were two Russian Revolutions. The first overthrew the Romanov dynasty, and the second put the Bolsheviks in power. That same year the Germans launched an offensive on land that captured Riga, and followed that up with an amphibious invasion of strategic islands in the Baltic Sea—Operation Albion.
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Strategy & Tactics Issue #341 - Game Edition
Strategy & Tactics Issue #341 - Game Edition
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Return to Europe: Sicily & Italy JulyNov 1943 is a two-player sequel to Desert Fox Deluxe covering the Allied invasion of Sicily and southern Italy. The operation was viewed as only a limited offensive to secure the Mediterranean and force Italy out of the war. The Germans also intended only a limited effort to delay the Allies while a strong defense was established at the far north of the peninsula. Both sides scented greater possibilities in the early going and were drawn into what would become a grueling and expensive campaign. more info