1967: Sword of Israel
Mapping the Middle East
By Mike Bennighof, Ph.D.
Our Panzer Grenadier (Modern): 1967 Sword of Israel comes with eight mapboards showing the terrain of the Golan Heights, West Bank and Sinai - including a unique two-piece hill map for use with Golen Heights scenarios. Veteran artist Guy Riessen has most definitely outdone previous standards here..
1967 Sword of Israel has standard-sized, 11x17-inch heavy cardstock maps that fit together to make the battlefield of a particular scenario. They’re fully compatible with the maps from any other Panzer Grenadier, Panzer Grenadier (Modern) or Infantry Attacks game, though they might look a little odd alongside the lush farmlands of Flanders or the deep jungle of New Guinea.
Here’s a look:
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Mike Bennighof is president of Avalanche Press and holds a doctorate in history from Emory University. A Fulbright Scholar and award-winning journalist, he has published over 100 books, games and articles on historical subjects.
He lives in Birmingham, Alabama with his wife, three children and his dog, Leopold.