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WWII at Sea: Bismarck, Second Edition
From the Publisher: In May 1941, the newly-commissioned German battleship Bismarck set out for the North Atlantic in company with the cruiser Prinz Eugen on a commerce-raiding mission. She captured no merchant ships but sank a British...
79,00 € *
WW II at Sea: Coral Sea Intro Edition
Complete Game2nd Edition
From the Publisher: In May 1942, the Japanese sought to capture Port Moresby on the south coast of New Guinea and interrupt communications between the United States and Australia. Such a move, they hoped, would bring the Americans to...
45,00 € *
WW II at Sea: Eastern Fleet (2nd Edition)
From the Publisher: Following their victory at Pearl Harbor, the Imperial Japanese Navy's First Air Fleet moved through the American, Dutch and British colonies of South and East Asia. Having taken the mighty British naval base at...
59,00 € *
Second Great War at Sea: Tropic of Capricorn
From the Publisher: In late 1916, Woodrow Wilson attempted to bring an end to the First World War. He failed. In another reality, he succeeded. The great empires survived, yet the peace proved flawed and world-wide war returned in 1940....
55,00 € *
Second World War at Sea: Sea of Iron
World War II began when the German battleship Schleswig-Holstein opened fire in the early morning hours of 1 September 1939. The war started on the Baltic Sea, and some of its very last actions took place there as well. Sea of Iron is a...
79,95 € *
Second World War at Sea: The Second Great War
In November 1916, the freshly-reelected U.S. President Woodrow Wilson renewed his earlier attempts to mediate a peace between the warring European powers. On December 18th Wilson sent identical notes to the warring powers asking them to...
19,95 € *
WWII at Sea: Cone of Fire
At the turn of the last century, South America seemed poised to make the same economic leap as the northern half of the hemisphere. Fueled by booming exports of grain, cattle, coffee and rubber, Brazil and Argentina saw their economies...
119,00 € *
WWII at Sea: Ships of Plan Z
During the late 1930’s, the German Kriegsmarine came up with a plan for a powerful new fleet, built around several aircraft carriers and a half-dozen huge battleships, with flotillas of supporting cruisers and destroyers. Admiral Erich...
29,95 € *
WWII at Sea: The Habsburg Fleet
Second World War at Sea: The Habsburg Fleet After three years of terrible warfare, the Great War came to an end in January 1917 thanks to the mediation of American President Woodrow Wilson. War returned in 1940. The Habsburg Fleet is the...
39,95 € *
WWII at Sea: Royal Netherlands Navy
Return to the world of the Second Great War, where Wilson’s Peace ended the First Great War on Christmas 1916. Twenty-four years later war returned to Europe, with Russia, France and Italy seeking to overturn the settlement with a war of...
39,95 € *
AP: WWII at Sea: Combined Fleet
During the late spring and early summer of 1942, the Imperial Japanese Navy launched a series of aggressive operations. Barely taking time to refuel, Japanese carriers and cruisers struck the Dutch East Indies and Ceylon. Committing a...
18,95 € *
AP: WWII at Sea: Bismarck
1st Edition, 2nd Printing
From the Publisher: The British Home Fleet tried to stop her, but Bismarck’s guns ripped apart the battle cruiser Hood . The pride of the Royal Navy went to the bottom of the Denmark Strait southwest of Iceland and Bismarck disappeared...
30,00 € *
AP: WWII at Sea: Strait of Magellan
The stormy waters at the Southern Cone of the Americas saw very little fighting during the Second World War. But that didn't keep staff officers from the South American navies and the Royal Navy from wondering what would happen if the...
8,50 € *
AP: WWII at Sea: Strike South
" Strike South " is a "Second World War at Sea"-series game based on the Japanese efforts in early World War 2 to seize the rich assets of the Dutch East Indies. There are 140 “long” playing pieces, depicting the major fleet units of...
59,95 € *
AP: WWII at Sea: Imperial & Royal Navy
When Austria-Hungary dissolved in November 1918, the remnants of her once-proud fleet scattered among the victorious Allies, with most of the warships cut up for scrap within a few years. Had the empire somehow survived the Great War,...
22,95 € *
AP: WWII at Sea: Spice Islands
"In the 17th century, the Dutch built powerful fleets to protect their overseas trade, particularly the riches flowing from the Spice Islands — the region that would become known as the Dutch East Indies and eventually Indonesia. In...
22,95 € *