Great War at Sea: Jutland Battle Analysis
More ink has been spilled over the Battle of Jutland than any other naval battle in history. Jutland: Battle Analysis is a 64-page, large-format book supplement for Great War at Sea: Jutland.
Great War at Sea: Rise of the Dragon
Great War at Sea: Rise of the Dragon presents the Chinese line of battle as proposed by Prince Tsai-hsun, made up of ships built in Germany, Britain, Japan, Austria-Hungary, Italy and the United States. It is a supplement for the Great War at Sea series, based on battles that never happened.
Great War at Sea: U.S. Navy Plan Red
Rivalry between the U.S. and Great Britain didn’t end with the War of 1812. U.S. Navy Plan Red allows you to play out the hypothetical naval war between US and Britain during the Great War.
Panzer Grenadier (Modern) : 1967 Sword of Israel
1967: Sword of Israel is a military history board game based on the battles of the 1967 Six-Day War, in which Israel held off and then defeated the combined armies of Egypt, Syria, Jordan and the Palestine Liberation Organization.
Panzer Grenadier: Africa Orientale Italiana
Africa Orientale Italiana is a complete Panzer Grenadier game based on these battles: the Italian conquest of Somaliland and British re-conquest, the campaign in Eritrea including the bloody Battle of Keren, the invasion of Somaliland and much more.
Panzer Grenadier: Conquest of Ethiopia
Without the formality of a declaration of war, in October 1935 Italian armies stormed into Ethiopia from both north and south. Badly outgunned and outnumbered, the Imperial Ethiopian Army resisted for six months before its final collapse. Italian forces deployed tanks, aircraft and poison gas against the Ethiopian levies, who fought back with suicidal courage and little else. Conquest of Ethiopia is a complete boxed game in the Panzer Grenadier series based on these battles.
Panzer Grenadier: Grossdeutschland 1944
Grossdeutschland 1944 is a supplement for Panzer Grenadier: Broken Axis game, featuring 64 new die-cut mounted pieces and 24 new scenarios for Broken Axis from the April and August 1944 Soviet invasions of Romania, with four “battle games” that link them together.
Panzer Grenadier: Parachutes over Crete
Parachutes over Crete is a complete Panzer Grenadier game based on the Battle for Crete. There are 40 scenarios based on these battles, organized into six “battle games” that allow you to play the scenarios in sequence toward your army’s operational goals.
Panzer Grenadier: Saipan 1944
In June 1944, American Marines and soldiers stormed ashore on Saipan, a large island in the Central Pacific whose possession would put Allied heavy bombers in range of Japanese cities. Three weeks of savage fighting would finally see the island secured, as places like Death Valley, Hell’s Pocket and Purple Heart Ridge entered the U.S. Marine Corps’ lexicon.
Panzer Grenadier: Slovakia's War
Available to Pre-Order; Estimated Release Date: Late 2019/Early 2020; Slovakia’s War is an expansion for the Panzer Grenadier series, focused on the battles of the Slovak Army.
Rome at War III: Queen of the Celts
In the year 43 AD, Roman legions splashed ashore in Kent, unopposed by the Britons led by Caractus, who had sworn to repel them. The Emperor Claudius had dispatched Aulus Plautius and 45,000 men to conquer the mist-covered island where Julius Caesar had failed almost a century earlier.
Second World War at Sea: Arctic Convoy, 2nd Edition
Available to Pre-Order; Estimated Release Date: Early February 2019; Recreate the terrifying combat at the top of the world between the Allied convoy escorts and the German submarine, air ands surface units determined to stop vital supplies reaching the USSR. The latest in the Second World War at Sea series
Second World War at Sea: Bismarck, 2nd Edition
New Release; Stock due 19/20 November; Bismarck, the game, covers the famous hunt for Bismarck, the battleship, but also all of the other German commerce raids into the Atlantic between the fall of 1939 and the summer of 1941.
Second World War at Sea: Horn of Africa, 2nd Edition
Thousands of miles from the major theaters of World War II, small British and Italian squadrons struggled to control the entrance to the Red Sea. Cut off from their bases in Europe, the Italian Red Sea Flotilla did its best to close off this vital route leading from India and Australia to the Suez Canal.