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The following items will be coming into the shoppe in late April.


Seven Days to the River Rhine: Rules Book and Card Deck cover

Seven Days to the River Rhine: Rules Book and Card Deck Simulates armored combat during the 1980s in Europe when the Cold War between the NATO alliance and Soviet-led Warsaw Pact could easily have turned Hot. Rules are deliberately uncomplicated with emphasis on large, multi-player games. Action/reaction-style activation system to pursue capture of objectives. Includes free 18-card Tactical Advantage deck. $27.00 USD


Napoleon Retreats: 1814 Campaign in France II cover

Napoleon Retreats: 1814 Campaign in France II The Campaign in France, Part II: 6 March to 13 March 1814. Battles of Craonne (March 7), Laon (March 9-10), and Reims (March 13). Also, you can match up all three 22 x 34-inch maps to form a 44 x 68-inch map to re-fight the campaign. Components: Three 22 x 34-inch maps, 560 die-cut units, 100 playing cards, two rulebooks, 15 player-aid cards, and game box. $109.00 USD

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The Road to Halle: Expansion Kit II for Napoleon's Last Gamble Adds one 22 x 34-inch map (WX) to the battlefield area that will extend the area from Brussels to west of Hal, overlapping the (N) and (NX) maps. Also includes a four-page study folder with three scenarios: Expanded Waterloo Scenario: June 18th. Allows Napoleon the option of flanking the Mont St. Jean position at the risk of freeing up the 17,000-man Hal force; The Fields of Hal Scenario: June 17th-18th: Hypothetical battle in the Hal environs. Wellington believed that this area was the most likely location for the culminating battle, rather than Mont St. Jean; and Extended Campaign Scenario: June 15th-19th: Provides Napoleon and Wellington more operational options, with more areas to defend, more room for maneuver (and for error). In addition, several Turn Record Charts and Anglo-Allied Setup Cards will be provided to account for the added map and associated arrival times on the WX map. No additional counters will be needed. $25.00 USD

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Paper Soldiers…

The Peninsular War: Paper Soldiers for Wellington's War in Spain cover

The Peninsular War: Paper Soldiers for Wellington's War in Spain The second title in The Paperboys on Campaign series, some 46 pages of artwork enabling you to make French, British, Portuguese, Spanish and several other countries' troops which fought for and against the Iron Duke in his epic campaign against Napoleon's forces. $30.00 USD

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New Perspectives on the Last Argument of Kings cover

New Perspectives on the Last Argument of Kings Proceedings publication of the Ticonderoga seminar held at Fort Ticonderoga in August 2017 about 18th Century artillery. $30.00 USD

Attack at Daylight and Whip Them: The Battle of Shiloh – April 6-7, 1862 cover

Attack at Daylight and Whip Them: The Battle of Shiloh – April 6-7, 1862 The Confederate plan on the morning of April 6, 1862, was to attack at daylight and beat the unsuspecting Union Army of the Tennessee. A brutal day of fighting ensued, unprecedented in its horror – the devil's own day, one union officer admitted. Confederates needed just one final push. Grant did not sit and wait for that assault, though. He gathered reinforcements and planned a counteroffensive. On the morning of April 7, he intended to attack at daylight and whip them. The bloodshed that resulted from the two-day battle exceeded anything America had ever known in its history. $15.00 USD

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The Most Desperate Acts of Gallantry: George A. Custer in the Civil War Covers George Armstrong Custer's battles in the American Civil War. He served as a staff officer through the early stages of the war. His star began to rise in late June, 1863, when he catapulted several grades to brigadier general and was given brigade command. Shortly thereafter, at Gettysburg and Buckland Mills, he led his men – the Wolverines – in some of the heaviest cavalry fighting of the Eastern Theater. At Yellow Tavern, Custer's assault broke the enemy line, and one of his troopers mortally wounded the legendary Confederate cavalryman, J.E.B. Stuart. At Trevilian Station, his brigade was nearly destroyed. At Third Winchester, he participated in an epic cavalry charge. Elevated to lead the Third Cavalry Division, Custer played a major role at Tom's Brook and, later, at Appomattox, which ultimately led to the surrender of the Army of Northern Virginia. $15.00 USD

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On the Dangerous Edge: British and Canadian Trench Raiding on the Western Front 1914-1918 Examines the nature, purposes, mechanics, execution and value of trench raiding. Leadership was critical, since raiding posed many challenges, including vicious hand-to-hand fighting most often at night in unfamiliar trenches. These are just some of the reasons why raids are high in human interest. Includes 29 maps, 28 black-and-white photos, and 9 black-and-white illustrations. $50.00 USD

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The Battle of the Denmark Strait: A Critical Analysis of the Bismarck's Singular Triumph Covers the Battle of the Denmark Strait in the spring of 1941 between the HMS Hood and Prince of Wales and the Bismarck. Considers the factors affecting naval gunnery, such as flight time of shells to their target, reaction time for correcting the fall of shot, and recycle times of the various gun systems to painstakingly reconstruct the battle within all of the established time and distance parameters. Also explores the relevant events leading up to the titanic clash, and those events associated with its aftermath. Includes new discoveries, revealed for the first time in this book, that shed new light on the battle. $20.00 USD

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And Don't Forget the Magazines…

Wargames Soldiers & Strategy #102 cover

Wargames Soldiers & Strategy #102 Special Feature: The Peloponnesian War: The Age of Pericles Comes to an End: A Brief History of the Peloponnesian War; Cautious Allies – The Battle of Sybota, 433 BC; The Battle of Delium, 424 BC – Birth of the Boeotian War Machine; Retaking Amphipolis – A Mini Campaign in the North; Collecting an Ancient Greek Army – The Word of Ares; Painting a Greek Front Cover – Sparta Triumphant. Other Features: Forgotten Counterattack: A Fall of the Reich Scenario; One More Frolic with the Yankees – British Raids along the Shores of Chesapeake Bay; Jack for the King: The Siege of Pendennis Castle; Wounded Tiger: Operation Elibote II, 31 January 1943; Fun with Foam: Turning Upholstery Foam into Fuzzy Terrain; South African Defenses: Modeling a Boer War British Blockhouse. Departments: Miniature Reviews; Up Front – Inclusivity; Tabletop tactics – Irregular Practice; The Irregular – Show Yourself!; Skirmish Sangin meets World War II – Let's Play Ultracombat: Normandy; Game reviews: Flint and Feather, Men of Bronze, and Campaign: Fortress Budapest; Book reviews; Parting Shots. $10.00 USD

Ancient Warfare: Volume 12.6 cover

Ancient Warfare: Volume 12.6 Theme: Empire Under Pressure: Introduction to the theme – Crossing the Rhine; Cornered at the Wall – Crossing the Rhine 406/407; Charietto the Headhunter – A Vigilante Makes Good; Limitanei – Soldiers on the Border. Features: True-Scale Battle Maps – CAD and Cannae Part 2; The Ballistarii – Artillerymen in the Roman Army; Conflict Landscape Archaeology: Waging War in the Archaeological Record; Achaean Armoured Fist: Philopoemen's Heavy Hoplites; Face to Face: The Imperial Imaginifer. $10.00 USD

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