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Long Range Desert Group (LRDG): is a solitaire game covering small-scale British operations against the Axis forces in North Africa. The player has to carry out one of four missions, or string all four together in a campaign game….

Merrill’s Marauders: is a solitaire game covering missions behind Japanese lines in the Burmese jungle. The player has to carry out one of four missions, or string all four together in a campaign game…

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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Today in Military History
26 July 1863

Brig. Gen. John Morgan and 360 Confederate cavalrymen are captured by Union troops following 46 days of raids into Union territory. In June 1863, Morgan and 2,400 troopers began the first of four major raids into territory held by Union forces. On 8 July, Morgan and his troops crossed the Ohio River using stolen steamboats. For the next two and half weeks, the Confederate raiders rampaged through Ohio and Indiana. During this period his men would spend nearly 21 hours a day in the saddle. On 19 July, Union forces defeated Morgan in the Battle of Buffington Island, capturing 750 of his raiders. With his force greatly depleted and exhausted, Morgan was again defeated in the Battle of Salineville on 26 July. After his defeat, Morgan would be sent to the Ohio Penitentiary. He would escape on 26 November 1863, but would later be killed in September 1864. See MoreSee Less

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Decision Games is now open at World Boardgaming Championships in beautiful Seven Springs PA. The new venue is very nice and we look forward to seeing all our friends, new and old. Below is a picture from one of the hotel rooms. See MoreSee Less

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Available Now!
Modern War Issue #25 – Game Edition
October War

Mailed 7/20/16 to Subscribers. Allow 4-6 weeks for USPS delivery. See MoreSee Less

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Today in Military History
21 July 1918

The German U-boat U-156, attacks several merchant vessels near Orleans, Massachusetts. On the morning of 21 July, U-156 surfaced three miles off of coast of Cape Cod. After spotting the tugboat Perth Amboy towing three barges, the German submarine began engaging the small vessel. During the attack, U-156 sunk the tugboat and barges. Additional shells struck the beach, resulting in minimal damage. Coast Guard and naval assets were dispatched to engage the submarine and rescue the merchantmen. While U-156 was able to escape unscathed, the Coast Guard response was able to save all the merchantmen from the sunken tugboat. See MoreSee Less

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Did you know?

The concept for the British khaki tunic came from British soldiers in India dying their white summer uniforms. The word “khaki” is derived from the Hindi word for dust. In 1885 the British issued the khaki tunic as an experimental uniform for troops serving overseas. While the British had traditionally worn a red tunic, the khaki tunic was intended to blend into the surrounding environment. It would later be adopted for American troops serving during the Spanish-American War in 1898. See MoreSee Less