Magazyn WatW plus gra Strike North.
World at War magazine brings the S&T style to a focus on World War II. This unique approach goes in-depth on World War II, digging deeper into battles and campaigns, and seeking out the unusual and little known events of this vast, worldwide conflict. All feature articles are copiously illustrated with maps and photographs, with shorter articles focused on the interesting and often surprising details and events.
Strike North presumes that Imperial Japan has decided to invade the Soviet Union in 1941, instead of going to war with the United States. Conceptually, a Japanese invasion of the Soviet Union would be in conjunction with the German attack on the USSR (Operation Barbarossa) on 22 June, 1941. The strategic possibilities of this alternative course are incredible; The Soviets will be under the pressure of fighting a two-front war. However, by following this strategy, the Japanese would be temporarily abandoning their planned invasions of the resource regions of the East Indies and beyond, leaving Japan less than a half-year of oil to sustain their war effort.
The map shows Northeast Asia as it was in 1941, with each hex on the map equaling roughly 37 miles (60 kilometers) from side to opposite side. Each game turn represents one month of operations. The units are brigades, divisions and corps.
Components: One 22" x 34" map & 228 counters
· The Red Orchestra: The story of Stalin’s spy ring inside Nazi Germany.
· Hube’s Pocket: an analysis of the encirclement and subsequent escape of the German 1st Panzer Army in the northwest Ukraine in the late winter and early spring of 1944.
· Long Range Desert Group: an analysis of the important role played in the war in North Africa by this elite British commando force.