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15 - Cactus Throne

15 - Cactus Throne

Volume 4, Number 3 (#15) Cactus Throne

When a coalition of European Powers including the French Empire, Spain and Great Britain agreed to send an expeditionary corps to capture the main port of Vera Cruz, and hold it until Mexico resumed making debt repayments, the British and Spanish monarchs did not reckon with the ambitions of Napoleon III...



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16 - La vallée de la mort

16 - La vallée de la mort

Volume 4, Number 4 (#16) La vallée de la mort

By the beginning of 1954, both the French and Viet Minh realized that the war in Indochina was nearing an end. Both sides felt that a "big win" on the battlefield would finally secure at the peace table what they had been unable to obtain in six and a half years of war.



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17 - Imperial Sunset

17 - Imperial Sunset

Volume 5, Number 1 (#17) Imperial Sunset

Imperial Sunset is a moderate level complexity simulation of the largest naval battle in history, the Battle of Leyte Gulf, on Oct. 23rd-26th, 1944. The historical result was a decisive defeat of the Imperial Navy, virtually eliminating it as a viable force for the remainder of the war. For the US Navy, it was a victory that was almost squandered due to command problems.



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18 - Kulikovo 1380: The Golden Horde

18 - Kulikovo 1380: The Golden Horde

Volume 5, Number 2 (#18) Kulikovo 1380: Golden Horde

Kulikovo 1380 is a game covering the battle between the Golden Horde clan of Mongols and the collected principalities that we now know as Russia under the growing leadership of Muscovy, and the Grand Prince of Moscow, Dmitri Ivanovich, later entitled "Donskoi" for his victory here at Kulikovo.

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19 - Not War But Murder

19 - Not War But Murder

Volume 5, Number 3 (#19) Not War But Murder

On June 3rd, 1864, three full Union corps launched a disjointed attack against well-entrenched Confederates. In just 8 minutes, the attack had petered out. Over 7000 Federals covered the Virginia soil.

A few minutes later, the orders came down to renew the attacks...



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20 - A Fatal Attraction

20 - A Fatal Attraction

Volume 5, Number 4 (#20) A Fatal Attraction

In the beginning, it was Churchill's idea... a way of putting old battleships to useful service, make a show of strength off Istanbul which would, he said, cause immediate regime-change and take Turkey out of the war. In the end, when the last Allied troops evacuated, the casualty count for both sides topped half-a-million. (And Churchill lost his job.)



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21 - Day of the Chariot: Kadesh

21 - Day of the Chariot: Kadesh

Volume 6, Number 1 (#21) Day of the Chariot: Kadesh

Kadesh must be the greatest chariot battle of all time. Sources conflict and disagree, but there may have been as many as 5000 chariots in this twisted, confused, and bloody battle, fought to determine the borders between Egypt and the Hittite confederacy...



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22 - Paukenschlag

22 - Paukenschlag

Volume 6, Number 2 (#22) Paukenschlag

It was sort of like "Pearl Harbor" all over again, but worse. Twice as many allied deaths, some 400 ships lost, while the authorities resisted both the proven convoy system and the common-sense approach of simply turning the lights out on coastal cities. It could have been much worse...



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