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05 - North Wind Rain

05 - North Wind Rain

Volume 2, Issue 1 (#5) North Wind Rain

North Wind Rain, the Japanese invasion of Manchuria, is an operational/strategic level game covering one of the great "what ifs" of the Second World War – a Japanese attack against the Soviet Far East.



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10 - Into a Bear Trap

10 - Into a Bear Trap

Volume 3, Issue 2 (#10) Into a Bear Trap

The capital of Chechnya, Grozny (meaning "terrible" in Russian), was in January 1995 the target of a Russian attack -- beginning a war that continues to this day....

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11 - The Big Push

11 - The Big Push

Volume 3, Number 3 (#11) The Big Push

In the summer of 1916, the Allies launched a mighty "Big Push" to take pressure off the French at Verdun, and to rip open the Western Front and bring the war to an end. The offensive opened badly, with the British taking 60,000 casualties on the very first day!



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14 - War in the Aegean

14 - War in the Aegean

Volume 4, Number 2 (#14) War in the Aegean

War in the Aegean is a simulation of the sea, ground and air battles that raged in the Dodecanese Islands in 1943. With the confusion surrounding the surrender of Italy, seizing those islands struck Churchill as easy pickings, with a vast potential for future Allied operations.



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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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29 - Buffalo Wings

29 - Buffalo Wings

Volume 8, Issue 1 (#29) Buffalo Wings

Historians, air aficionados, and gamers may have friendly disagreements when asked, "What was the best Allied fighter of WWII?" There seems to be much easier agreement on the question, "Which was the worst?" Answers always seem to include the stubby Brewster "Buffalo" near the top of any list.



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