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ATO Annual 2012 Forlorn Hopes
Against The Odds Magazine Annual
World War Two history has a pattern in both the European and Pacific Theatres. Constant Axis expansion, followed by steady Axis contraction, as the Allies recapture lost territory. In Europe, it is hard to pinpoint the transition point (a good bar room discussion any time!). In the Pacific, it is a ...... More
Released 30 April 2013
ATO Annual 2014: Set Europe Ablaze.
Against The Odds Magazine Annual
Gestapo. Resistance. Careful plans. Desperate measures. The Germans move Security troops to the scene of the latest sabotage outbreaks. The French shut down Networks to prevent them being overcome by police and security forces. Ever want to parachute arms into France to support the Resistance? To bl...... More
Released 25 August 2015
ATO Annual 2011 Beyond Waterloo
Napoleonic Wargame
BEYOND WATERLOO is a two-player strategic level simulation of the Napoleonic Campaign of 1815. Players take the sides of France or its opponents, a coalition of Allies. In its long form the game opens with Napoleon’s arrival at Paris following his return from Elba. It encompasses his efforts to rest...... More
Released 07 August 2012
The Battle of Fontenoy (T.O.S.)
Historical Wargame. BAttles of the Age of Reason Series of Battle from the War of Austrian Succession
Fontenoy, 11 May 1745 - Maréchal de Saxe and the French Army Ascendant, brings the highly successful Battles from the Age of Reason series to the War of the Austrian Succession. Fontenoy is a tight contest between the greatest general of the war-- Maurice de Saxe--commanding French troops behind de...... More
Released 07 August 2012
Command at Sea: Shattered Armada
Command at Sea Naval Battles of the Spanish Civil War 1936-1939
Command at Sea travels to the waters off Spain in 1936, where in July, right-wing "Nationalists" rebelled against the democratically elected left-wing "Republicans", resulting in the bloody civil war. Italy and Germany quickly backed the Fascist Nationalists, as the Soviet Union rallied behind the C...... More
Released 08 July 2014
La Bataille de Dresde
Napoleonic Wargame La Bataille Series Volume XIII
August 1813, Austria ends its neutrality and enters the VIth Coalition against France. After joining contingents of the Russian and Prussian armies this new army marches north out of Bohemia nearly 200 thousand strong. They march along the west bank of the Elbe into Saxony, its large lumbering colum...... More
Released 16 February 2016
La Bataille de la Moscowa
Napoleonic War Board Game La Bataille Series Volume XII
In time for the 200th Anniversary of Napoleons ill fated invasion of Russia, Frank Chadwick has joined forces with Clash of Arms Games to bring the classic La Bataille de la Moscowa home to this venerated series. Newly researched and developed from the latest French, German, Italian, Polish and R...... More
Released 17 May 2011
Legion Of Honour
Napoleonic Wars Card Driven Wargame
Legion of Honor - is an innovative card game that recreates the personal drama of the Napoleonic Wars. Using a quick playing, card-driven game system, each player assumes the role of a French soldier - or grognard- starting out as a young sergeant or sous-lieutenant trying to make it in life star...... More
Released 20 January 2015
Against The Odds Issue 45: Red Dragon, Blue Dragon
Magazine of military history
One might ask why it is we know so much (and game so much) about the Russian Civil War and see very little on the Chinese Civil War... a conflict more prolonged, larger in scope (in terms of the numbers involved) and with more bearing on modern times. Aside of Chiang Kai-shek and Mao, our common kn...... More
Released 10 May 2016
Against the Odds Classic 1 vol 2
Magazine of military history
"When you're at Khe Sanh, you're not really anywhere. You could lose it and you really haven't lost a damn thing." That is how B.G. Lowell English, the assistant commander of the 3rd Marine Division summed up his branch's rational for not wanting to fight for Khe Sanh. Unfortunately, Theater Comm...... More
Released 18 June 2008

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