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At the Sharp End


These rules were designed specifically to reproduce the kind of bitter close combat fighting that resulted when the enemy had to be driven from a position where armor or artillery was either unavailable or ineffective. They are designed to provide a sense of the stress and violence of close combat fighting, with a high level of casualties and can be used with a variety of miniature scales.
– catalog listing


Designers
Trevor Body, Peter Helm
Publisher
Body, Trevor
Year Published
1996
Status
Out of Print

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At the Sharp End

Infantry Skirmish/Close Combat Rules for World War II

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