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ASL Map Spotlight: Sugar Loaf Hill, Okinawa

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ASL Map Spotlight: Sugar Loaf Hill, Okinawa
The village of Orsogna, perched on a ridge overlooking the Moro River, became the focal point of a relentless struggle.

ASL Map Spotlight: The Battle of Orsogna

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ASL Map Spotlight: The Battle of Orsogna
The village of Orsogna, perched on a ridge overlooking the Moro River, became the focal point of a relentless struggle.

Announcing ASL Academy Boards

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Announcing ASL Academy Boards
Unused ASL Academy boards good enough to play on!

ASL Map Spotlight: The Steelworks

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ASL Map Spotlight: The Steelworks
Under the smoky veil of Colombelles, men would clash, not in the open fields, but in the very crucible of industry itself.

ASL Map Spotlight: Pegasus Bridge

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ASL Map Spotlight: Pegasus Bridge
This module allows you to simulate the British airborne assault on the famous bridge crossing the Caen Canal.

ASL Map Spotlight: Red Barricades

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ASL Map Spotlight: Red Barricades
The Battle of the Barrikady was a turning point on the eastern front. Red Barricades simulates that battle.

ASL Map Spotlight: The Battle of Wake Island

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ASL Map Spotlight: The Battle of Wake Island
From 8–23 December 1941 the Japanese attempt to secure their foothold in the Pacific after the bombing of Pearl Harbor.

ASL Map Spotlight: The Battle of the Hürtgen Forest

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ASL Map Spotlight: The Battle of the Hürtgen Forest
From Sep 19 to Dec 16, 1944 a long, bloody, drawn-out battle raged through the rugged terrain of the Hürtgen Forest.

ASL Map Spotlight: Edson’s Ridge

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ASL Map Spotlight: Operation Watchtower - Edson's Ridge
Edson's Ridge The Battle of Edson's Ridge was a land battle of the Pacific campaign of World War II between Imperial Japanese Army and Allied (mainly United States Marine Corps) ground forces on Guadalcanal.

ASL Map Spotlight: Purple Heart Draw

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ASL Map Spotlight: Purple Heart Draw
Purple Heart Draw, as it was called, ran for 750 yards east to west along the battalion front, only 200 to 400 yards from the line of departure. It was deep enough to be almost impassable for tanks, and so well covered by enemy fires as to promise heavy losses for infantry who tried to cross.

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