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1-2231005 VICTORY AT SEA Regia Marina fleet box Contents:
Aquila-class Carrier - Aquila
Conte di Cavour-class Battleship - Conte di Cavour 1940
Etna-class cruiser - Etna 1942
Zara-class cruiser - Pola 1940
Luigi Cadorna-class cruiser - Luigi Cadorna 1940
Navigatori-class Destroyer x 3
Torpedo-Bomber Aircraft - Reggiane RE.2001 Falco II x 4 flights
Ship Cards and Damage Sliders
Assembly Instructions 1 vol, 1 pgs 2020 UK, WARLORD GAMES
NEW-box, available late November 2020 ......$128.00 DISCOUNT:10% rct

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1-2231017 VICTORY AT SEA Regia Marina Vittorio Venetoi The Littorio class was the first new Italian battleship class in nearly a decade when design work began in 1930. Initially designed to remain within the 35,000-ton Washington Treaty limit, the final displacement was just over 40,000 tons. As well as being good-looking ships, the Littorio-class included a number of new features including high-velocity guns. They were probably the first of the 'fast battleships' that would come to dominate capital ship design in the late 1930s and onward.

Vittorio Veneto saw extensive service in WWII, participating in the Battles of Cape Spartivento in November 1940 and Cape Matapan in March 1941. Though struck by a torpedo at this latter engagement and again hit later courtesy of a British submarine, she would escape unscathed from the British raid on Taranto of November 1940. The years 1941 and early 1942 was spent attempting to attack British convoys en route to Malta, until fuel shortages forced the end of such activity. In the armistice of 1943, she was surrendered to the Allies after Italy withdrew from the war, spending the next three years under British control in Egypt. Thereafter she was allocated to Britain as a war prize and was scrapped.

Box contains one BB Vittorio Veneto.
1 vol, 1 pgs 2020 UK, WARLORD GAMES
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1-2231018 VICTORY AT SEA - Regia Marina Submarines & MTB's Box contains:
Marcello-class Submarines x 3
MAS MTB sections x 2
MS MTB sections x2
Ship Cards
1 vol, 1 pgs 2020 UK, WARLORD GAMES
NEW-box, available late November 2020 ......$40.00 DISCOUNT:10% rct

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1-208948 McCullough, Joseph FROSTGRAVE: The Red King The Red King is the first supplement designed for Frostgrave: Second Edition -- a campaign for the Frozen City between the wizards and demon prince Red King and his invading horde. 1 vol, 96 pgs 2020 UK, OSPREY PUBLISHING
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1-225850 Hill, Jens THE MEDIEVAL FIGHTING MAN: Costume and Equipment 800-1500 In medieval times an individual often needed to defend his life, his family and his property. Mercenaries earned their living by hiring out their skills, while feudal noblemen regularly mustered their men-at-arms and their subordinate vassals and tenants to provide military service, even to the point of leading them on Crusades to the Holy Land and elsewhere. In the later medieval period the growing cities required their citizens to take up arms as militia in defence of the community during times of external threat.

Here meticulous use is made of the sources available to enable the materials, colours and patterns used for reconstructed clothing to represent the 'real thing' as accurately as possible. Fortunately, great numbers of medieval weapons and pieces of armour survived and can now be viewed in displays, and these form the basis of the arms presented in this book. 1 vol, 96 pgs 2015 UK, THE CROWOOD PRESS
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