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World War II: Barbarossa 1941


The most dynamic strategic game of all the ages.
  • simple and exciting rules
  • unique landscape
  • realistic troops characteristics
  • highly detailed models of vehicles and infantry
– catalog listing


Designer
Konstantin Krivenko
Publisher
Zvezda Model Company
Status
In Print

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World War II: Barbarossa 1941

Historical Wargame

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Rules are a free download (24-page PDF).

Supplements

Battle for the Danube

Battle for the Danube
This first expansion for Operation Barbarossa 1941 puts you in the middle of the furious confrontations between Soviet border guards and Romanian infantry divisions during the first days of the Great Patriotic War.

This set includes 11 models for new types of units Romanian infantry, Soviet border guards, armoured river boats, and trains as well as new terrain pieces for lakes, rocks, ravines, railways and more!

Players can explore new tactical options, including radio interception, airborne assaults, supply air-drops, and burning enemy settlements, making every round of gameplay more exciting and realistic!

Combine Battle for the Danube with Barbarossa 1941 and other Art of Tactic models to create even larger, breathtaking battles!

– catalog listing

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