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Terrible Swift Swordfish

Terrible Swift Swordfish

Long before Pearl Harbor, the Royal Navy showed what carrier-borne planes could do to capital ships that were “safely” in port....



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Schwarm!

Schwarm!

Horrido!” was the German pilot’s radio call that he had just shot down an enemy plane....



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War with a Vengeance!

War with a Vengeance!

What single German effort could have caused the Allies to postpone, or even call off, the invasion of Normandy in 1944? Find out with this exciting solitaire game.



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Zimmerer Design Pack

Zimmerer Design Pack

Looking for challenging solitaire games that play quickly and have a small footprint? This package contains two games that meet your needs.



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Assault on Narvik

Assault on Narvik

Dielt's Gebrigsjägeren cling to their isolated foothold at "the top of the world" and await relief while Allied forces see a chance for an overwhelming victory early in the war.



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(NEW) 2016 Annual - Confederate Rails

(NEW) 2016 Annual - Confederate Rails

“We have stretched out lines of railroads from the seaboard to the mountains; dug down the hills for them, and filled up the valleys for them, at a ruinous cost.”

-- Alexander H. Stephens - Vice President of the CSA

Can the Confederacy's railroad companies battle Union military advances, their own government's decrees (and neglects), the rapidly inflating and worthless money, plus wear and tear on irreplaceable equipment, and stave off hunger and defeat among the South's armies?

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2015 Annual - Four Roads to Paris

2015 Annual - Four Roads to Paris

“I shall maneuver the French right out of their Maginot line without firing a shot!”

-- Adolf Hitler

But, why, exactly did France fall? The four designers featured in this issue have drawn some very different and startling conclusions about what really happened....



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2014 Annual - Set Europe Ablaze

2014 Annual - Set Europe Ablaze

“Special Operations Executive were amateur, dangerous and bogus.”

-- Head of the SIS, Sir Stewart Menzies

There were turf wars from the start. The SIS did not want SOE disrupting their agents' intelligence-gathering operations by blowing up bridges and factories. Other powerful groups, like Bomber Command, also despised SOE and resented loaning them aircraft for 'unethical' clandestine missions. (Their plan to win the war called for bombing Germany to its knees.) But with Churchill as their guardian angel the SOE survived and fought on for victory....



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