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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 Hitlers Wehrma$179.95
In January 1941, British Empire forces began a two-pronged invasion of Italian East Africa, the fascist-ruled colonies on the Horn of Africa. Britain had known only defeat up until this moment, but after a grueling 11-month campaign the Empire had it$124.95
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$191.95
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
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. Arm$93.95
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$54.95
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$37.95$37.95