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Ceres – Operation Stolen Base: is a solitaire game depicting the actions of an elite Rebel task force attempting to seize the largest source of water in the Solar System shortly after the outbreak of the Free Mars Revolution…

Phobos Rising! Insurgency on Mars: is a solitaire game depicting the heroic actions of an elite team attempting to secure key facilities on Mars. Success means Mars has been secured and the Martian Revolution…

Barbarossa Deluxe: A strategic-level, two-player “mini-monster” of intermediate complexity, designed by Ty Bomba, covering the entire Russo-German War…

American Revolution: This is a ziplock reprint of the original game. It has one map. Includes a 32-page booklet and a PAC…


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In 1994 the United States Postal Service announced plans to issue a commemorative stamp to mark the then-approaching 50th anniversary of the bombing of Hiroshima and the end of World War II. After both the Japanese national and Hiroshima city governments protested that such a stamp would be “heartless,” the Clinton administration got the USPS to abandon its plan. Instead, a stamp was eventually issued picturing President Truman announcing the war’s end over the radio. See MoreSee Less

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Dispatch #31
Desert Fox Games

Many new products have been added. Don’t miss out on the dispatch offers! Buy 2 Get 1 Free vouchers and more! See MoreSee Less

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Today in Military History
18 October 1775

Royal Navy ships bombard the town of Falmouth, Massachusetts (today Portland, Maine) during the American Revolution. On 6 October 1775, Capt. Henry Mowat departed Boston harbor with a fleet of five ships and sailed north with instructions to target ports supporting the Patriots. Ten days later he reached Falmouth and sent one of his lieutenants ashore with the proclamation he was there to “execute a just punishment” for the town’s support of the rebellion. Upon receiving the proclamation, the town sent a delegation to Mowat, pleading for mercy. Mowat responded he would not fire on the town if the people swore allegiance to King George and surrendered their arms. The town rebuked Mowat’s request and began an evacuation of Falmouth. On the morning of 18 October 1775, with the city appearing deserted, Mowat began his bombardment. Over 400 buildings were damaged or destroyed in the bombardment. See MoreSee Less

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World at War Issue #51 – Game Edition
Pacific Battles: Malaya

Mailed 10/12/16 to Subscribers. Allow 4-6 weeks for USPS delivery. See MoreSee Less

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During Napoleon’s later exile on St. Helena, from October 1815 till his death on 5 May 1821, the British maintained a sizeable force on or near the island to block any rescue or escape attempts. It consisted of a squadron of frigates, an inshore patrol of brigs, and a garrison force of 2,500 soldiers. Between the ships and land garrison, a total of 500 cannons provided the main source of firepower. See MoreSee Less