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13 - Bittereinder

13 - Bittereinder

Volume 4, Number 1 (#13) Bittereinder

Bittereinder is a two-player simulation of the entire 2nd Anglo-Boer War of 1899 to 1902. It depicts the events arising from President (of the Zuid Afrikaansche Republiek - ZAR) Paul Kruger's ultimatum to the British Empire...



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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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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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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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24 - Deathride: Mars-la-Tour 1870

24 - Deathride: Mars-la-Tour 1870

Volume 6, Number 4 (#24) Deathride: Mars-la-Tour 1870

With breech-loading rifles and artillery all around, and the first "machine guns" in mass operation, the Franco-Prussian War of 1870 had a very modern feel about it...but still there were vestiges of the old ways, especially at Mars-la-Tour, where both sides made powerful, desperate, and bloodily successful cavalry charges...."Deathrides" to the men within them...



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25 - Storm Over Taierzhuang

25 - Storm Over Taierzhuang

Volume 7, Number 1 (#25) Storm Over Taierzhuang

It sounds very familiar. An Axis army launches an offensive to take a key city. Except, the defenders have set up an elaborate trap, turning the city into a fortress that had to be taken block by block. And with most of the city captured, the defenders suddenly launched a massive attack on both flanks and virtually eliminated the Axis army. Stalingrad, 1942: right?



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26 - There Must Be a Victory

26 - There Must Be a Victory

Volume 7, Number 2 (#26) There Must Be a Victory

Sailing ships with broadsides - the last vestige of "wooden ships and iron men." They mingle in a fleet action with iron-plated steamships, speedy armored rams, and a few ships with armored turrets. Mobile Bay? Charleston?



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