New Year's 2014
Several times a year, when we feel like it, the Golden Journal brings Gold Club members a set of extras for their Avalanche Press games. Our fifth issue has its focus on Great War at Sea: Mediterranean.
In May 1918, German troops occupied Sevastopol, base of the Russian Black Sea Fleet. All of the Central Powers – even the Bulgarians – made claims on at least some of the ships of the Black Sea Fleet as war reparations, as did the newly-independent Ukraine. The German Navy intended to man the best ships with Turkish crews backed by German "advisors" and send them to protect the Dardanelles. Only one ship, the dreadnought Volya, would ever sail under a Central Powers flag (on a single test cruise with a German crew), but the Allies fretted over the appearance of the former Russian ships outside the Turkish Straits.
The New Year's 2014 includes 25 new laser-cut, mounted, scorchless and sootless pieces for the Turkish Black Sea Fleet: 15 "long" ship pieces, 9 square ones, and a seaplane. And we have some scenarios for them, too.
How do you get it? Only by joining the Gold Club – join up and we’ll tell you how to get it for FREE. There's a shipping charge for it, but it’s so lightweight that it usually adds nothing to the shipping total when you order it with something else.
Limit one copy per membership.
Price: FREE (Gold Club members only)
Status: Available NOW
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