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Al Nofi’s Imperium Romanum: is an update to the classic game of the Roman Empire by Al Nofi. The rules cover the intricacies of the political, economic, and military conflicts of the Roman world from the first century…

RAF: Eagle Computer Game: puts you in control of the Luftwaffe forces raiding England. You schedule raids and assign missions to your bombers and fighters, attempting to deliver the knockout blow. Can you take out…

Operations Olympic & Coronet (Ziplock): is a hypothetical simulation on a regiment-brigade level of the planned invasion of Japan. Olympic is the planned November 1945 invasion of Kyushu, the southernmost…

World War I Deluxe Edition: This update of the S&T#294 issue game will include a Mounted Game Board, and an update of the counters and rules. World War I originated in a combustible mix of dynastic…



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23 May 1706

Grand Alliance forces defeat the French in the Battle of Ramilies during the War of the Spanish Succession. In April 1706, France launched two offenses against Austrian forces in Italy and the Alsace. Bolstered by the French victories over the Austrians, King Louis XIV ordered an army to advance into the Spanish Netherlands. Led by Marshal Villeroy, the sizeable French army marched toward Tienen. Countering the French was a Grand Alliance army led by the Duke of Marlborough. On 23 May 1706, the two sides met near the town of Ramilies. Though equal in troop strength, the Grand Alliance had an advantage in artillery. At 1:00 p.m. Marlborough began his attack on the French line, unleashing a blistering artillery barrage. The battle lasted throughout the afternoon, and as evening approached the Grand Alliance army was able to overwhelm their French counterparts, driving them from the field. See MoreSee Less

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During the 1940 German offensive that culminated with the Dunkirk evacuation, the entire British Expeditionary Force lost a total of only 3,457 killed in action. At the same time, however, of the 2,794 artillery pieces that had been in service with the BEF only 322 were rescued; and of the total 66,617 motor vehicles involved only 2,739 were brought back. See MoreSee Less

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