• 1967: Sword Of Israel The Six-Day War

    From the Publisher:x0Dx0AThe liberation of France began with the Allied invasion on D-Day, 6 June 1944. From Sword, Gold, and Juno beaches, British Army troops fought their way across the hedgerows and rolling green hills, driving back Hitler’s Wehrmat and SS forces. Fierce German resistance, featuring skilled use of tanks on the defensive, resulted in the loss of huge numbers of men and machines – but no loss of will. The promise of 1940 would be fulfilled.

    $179.95
  • Alamein: History’s Turning Point 1942 Monster Edition

    Following the fall of Tobruk in May 1942, the Commonwealth forces in the desert struggled to reach the last real defensive position before Alexandria and halt what seemed to be an unstoppable Afrika Korps. In a series of battles stretchi

    $174.95
  • An Army At Dawn: Tunisia 1942-43

    From the Publisher:x0Dx0AIn early November 1942, American and British forces stormed ashore in French-ruled Morocco and Algeria, beginning a campaign to press the Axis into a small bridgehead around the ports of Tunis and Bizerte in Tunisia. The U.S. Army had its first exposure to combat in the European Theater, while fresh British forces joined the veteran Eighth Army against the Axis. French troops fought first against the Allies, then with them. Inside the shrinking perimeter, German and Italian units continued to offer fierce resistance.

  • Battles Of 1866 Blood & Iron

    From the Publisher:x0Dx0AAs war loomed over Germany in the early summer of 1866, Bavaria aligned itself with Austria against Prussia and armed for war. The Bavarian chief of staff, Ludwig Freiherr von der Tann, met with the Austrian leadership and suggested that the Bavarian army march into Bohemia. There they would form the left wing of the Austrian North Army, and along with the Saxons would hold off the Prussian First Army at Jicin while the Austrians dealt with the Prussian Second Army.x0Dx0Ax0Dx0AVon der Tann’s bold plan might well have given the Allies victory, but the Austrian commander, Ludwig von Benedek, turned him down and Bavaria pursued a separate strategy. By the time Benedek changed his mind and called for the Bavarians to advance, it s already too late.

  • Battles of 1866: Frontier Battles

    From the Publisher:x0Dx0Ax0Dx0ABattles of 1866: The Frontier Battles is the first of three games based on the clashes that completely changed the face of Europe. The game system is the same as that in our War of the States games, with a few modifications for the European way of war. Units represent infantry brigades, cavalry regiments and artillery batteries. The game pieces come in two sizes. ong pieces are 1 and 1/3 inches long and 2/3 inches wide, a very large piece. These represent infantry brides. Other pieces are squares 2/3-inch across each side. These represent cavalry regiments and artillery batteries. Prussian, Austrian and Saxon units are all present. Units are rated for combat strength and morale, losing both as they take losses in combat.

  • Bismarck – Second World War at Sea

    If there*s one ship every naval wargamer knows, it*s the German battleship Bismarck. Forty thousand tons of menace, unleashed into the North Atlantic in the spring of 1941 to wreak havoc on Allied shipping. x0Dx0Ax0Dx0AThe British Home Fleet t

  • Black Sea Fleets (SWWaS)

    From the Publisher:x0Dx0Ax0Dx0ALike East of Suez, Black Sea Fleets includes die-cut, mounted game pieces: 70 “long” ship pieces and 140 standard-sized pieces, most of them representing aircraft. There are battleships like Parizhaya Kommuna, Novorossisk and S

  • Black Waters: American War plans 1908-22

    A Great War at Sea scenario book.x0Dx0Ax0Dx0AAt the dawn of the 20th century, Germany and the United Staes each saw their economic, political and military power grow enormously.

  • Cone Of Fire: A Great War At Sea Game

    From The Publisher:x0Dx0ASeas of Iron is a battleship combat game for 2-4 players set during the height of the battleship’s reign around the time of World War II and the early 20th century. The game is quick to learn and simple to play, with players atte

    $144.95
  • Cruiser Warfare The Final Edition

    This game gives the Great War at Sea series its broadest scope yet: the entire worldx0Dx0Ax0Dx0AContents: 280 counters, 2 playing boards, 16-page rulebookx0Dx0Ax0Dx0AFor two players.

  • Eylau: Eagles of the Empire

    From the Publisher:x0Dx0Ax0Dx0AThe Emperor Napoleon had achieved his greatest victory only four months earlier at Jena-Auerstadt, crushing the Prussian army and state. But now, in the dead of winter, Prussia’s ally, the Russians, under General Levin Bennigsen forced the Emperor to roust his victorious but weary troops from their winter quarters & set the stage for a confrontation between the two continental giants. Would this too end in another stunning victory for the Emperor of the French or would a different outcome await Napoleon in the snows of East Prussia?