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ON 6 JUNE 1944 the greatest armada the world has ever seen approached northern France.

Command the US 2nd Marine Division in “one square mile of hell” D-Day at Tarawa is a solitaire game simulating the amphibious invasion of Betio Island in the Tarawa Atoll.

Napoleon had triumphantly returned to Europe from his banishment on Elbe, and by 18 June 1815 his army of 72,000 men was on the verge of victory.

In October 1806, Napoleon’s Grande Armee is descending on western Saxony in multiple columns.

In the far future, Earth is a distant myth. When mankind gained the means to transit the vastness of space safely and quickly, a great human wave extended across the galaxy, and humans soon inhabited thousands of worlds.

D-Day at Omaha Beach (Re-print) recreates America’s most bloody and heroic day of World War II.

A second printing of John Butterfield’s award winning RAF update in which players can solo as the British or the Germans or can play head-to-head.

The Battle of the Scheldt covers the fighting between the First Canadian Army and the Fifteenth German Army in November 1944.


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A WWII Christmas with the troops.
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3 days ago

Queen Christmas Blowout Sale!
Perfect for last minute gift ideas. This week only, all Queen games are 50% off! Don’t miss out on this great chance to save big on our entire Queen Games line. The sale expires on 21 Dec. at midnight.

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Yesterday marked the annual tradition of the Army-Navy Game with the 115th engagement of these fine colleges. We salute both the Army Black Knights and the Navy Midshipmen for an outstanding game of football. This is the longest running college football rivalry with games played annually since 1899 (except 1917, 1918 and 1929). The first Army-Navy game played in 1890 was proposed by an Army Cadet, Dennis Michie, who advocated bringing sports to West Point. He later became the head coach for the Army team and was later killed in action in the Spanish-American War. Army’s home football stadium, Michie Stadium, was dedicated in his honor when it opened in 1924.

"At the end of the day and with the final whistle of the game, it’s not about the Navy or Army or who wins; it’s the camaraderie, among the players, the other Midshipmen, Cadets, alumni, family and all fans. It’s about the traditions and legacy the game builds upon – because everyone playing and watching knows and painfully understands that these future Sailors, Marines and Soldiers will one day go in harm’s way protecting and defending our nation … That is the real lasting tradition." #OneTeamOneFight (3 photos)
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1 week ago

The Deal of the Week

World at War, Issue #14: Pearl Harbor 1941

We will feature one product each week at a special discount, giving you the chance to save big! Visit the link below to place your order today. Limited quantities, so don’t wait.

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2 weeks ago

Did you Know? At the Pearl Harbor memorial where the USS Arizona rests, the oil that often coats the surface of the water surrounding the ship adds an emotional gravity for many who visit and is sometimes referred to as the “tears of the Arizona,” or “black tears.” (2 photos) See MoreSee Less

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