The First World War
The First World War brought the world a new, industrialized way of war with the airplane, machine gun, rapid-fire artillery, poison gas, tanks and many other new weapons. With them came new ways of looking at warfare, a destructive mindset that made for even bloodier conflict than those of past centuries.
Army-level battles, with units usually representing brigades or regiments.
They Shall Not Pass
Germany attacks France in the 1916 battle of Verdun in 1916, the most-remembered clash of the Great War. There are 140 pieces, one 22x28-inch map on heavy cardstock, and a book filled with history and strategy — all for just $34.99.
Units represent infantry companies, cavalry squadrons, artillery batteries and machine gun platoons. The sequence of play is highly interactive, with the player holding the better initiative having an advantage. Leaders are necessary to move troops toward the enemy, or to rally them when they become disrupted.
German and Russian armies clash in East Prussia and Poland in the epic battles of Tannenberg, the Masurian Lakes and more. Six maps, 583 pieces, 40 scenarios, $79.99