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Barbarossa - Kicking in the Door...

Barbarossa - Kicking in the Door...


“Barbarossa – Kicking in the Door…” is a wargames campaign covering the German invasion of the Soviet Union between June and September 1941. It is designed for games in which a stand represents a platoon, such as ‘Blitzkrieg Commander’, ‘Command Decision: TOB’, ‘A Fistful of Tows’, ‘Rapid Fire’ and others, including those which...   [click here for more]
Andrew Rolph  $4.95

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Grey Steel, Red Storm - Regimental Scenarios in the Soviet Union 1941-1943

Grey Steel, Red Storm - Regimental Scenarios in the Soviet Union 1941-1943


Grey Steel, Red Storm is a book of scenarios for wargamers set in the Soviet Union between June 1941 and June 1943 during World War Two. They are adaptable to a number of sets of rules currently available in which a stand represents a platoon such as ‘Blitzkrieg Commander’, ‘Command Decision: TOB’, ‘A Fistful of...   [click here for more]
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Hegemon

Hegemon


A few years ago I wrote an Ancients Campaign for a magazine. It was okay, but upon reviewing it recently, it was clearly too long and too complex to be practical. Some of the ideas seemed to be worth pursuing, however, so I have revamped it (considerably) and made it available here. It is set circa 340BCE and pits Macedon against Persia with Greece as the battlefield. It is specifically designed for...   [click here for more]
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Kharkov, May 1942 - The Last Disaster

Kharkov, May 1942 - The Last Disaster


May 1942 saw the first major, considered offensive by the Red Army in the war against Germany. Expectations were high, with four Soviet armies aiming to encircle the German Sixth Army and to recapture the fourth largest city in the Soviet Union. Those expectations were dashed within a fortnight by the German Army’s ability to absorb the offensive and launch a counteroffensive of its own which, in...   [click here for more]
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