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Prokhorovka! Unboxing

Prokhorovka! Unboxing

Prokhorovka! depicts combat around Oktyabrskii State Farm and Hill 252.2 between the Germans and the Russians. These battles took place in the so called “Tank Fields”, southwest of Prokhorovka town, on the 10th, 11th and 12th of July 1943, during the Battle of Kursk.

ASL AAR: The Drive For Taierzhuang (146)

ASL AAR: The Drive For Taierzhuang (146)

The Japanese offensive in early 1938 was designed to link their northern force from Beijing with their central force from Nanjing. The two forces were to meet west of Xuzhou, thus severing the Lunghai corridor and the railroad which ran from the coast to Xian.

Hollow Legions Unboxing

Hollow Legions Unboxing

Hollow Legions is Advanced Squad Leader’s Italian and DTO (North Africa) expansion, that his been out of print since 2000. No longer!

Polish Eagle Historical ASL

Polish Eagle Historical ASL

The Battle of Mokra – In the early morning of September 1st, 1939 Germany initiated the invasion of Poland. While the invasion itself was not a surprise, the speed of the ‘blitzkrieg’ was, even to the Poles who were prepared for the invasion as best as possible.

ASL AAR: The Sangshak Redemption (J150)

ASL AAR: The Sangshak Redemption (J150)

In March 1944 the Imperial Japanese Army invaded India from neighboring Burma. The small village of Sangshak was a northwest crossroad that led to the more significant target of Imphal only miles to the southwest, where Commonwealth forces had established defenses and supplies. British and Indian Gurkha moved in to hold back the Japanese invasion in this tiny corner of India.

Marco Polo Bridge Historical ASLSK

Marco Polo Bridge Historical ASLSK

Hints were dropped earlier this year that MMP has begun playtesting of a new historical Advanced Squad Leader Starter Kit campaign game unofficially titled Marco Polo Bridge, named after the incident that occurred in China in 1937.

ASL AAR: The Sangshak Redemption (J150)

ASL AAR: The Sangshak Redemption (J150)

In March 1944 the Imperial Japanese Army invaded India from neighboring Burma. The small village of Sangshak was a northwest crossroad that led to the more significant target of Imphal only miles to the southwest, where Commonwealth forces had established defenses and supplies.

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