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Victory at Sea - Battle for the Pacific
Victory at Sea is a 1:1800 scale game of naval combat during the Second World War Victory at Sea includes capital ships, aircraft carriers, submarines, aircraft and more, allowing you to play out skirmishes involving single destroyers hunting down merchant men, to the clashing of massive fleets against implacable enemies

The starter set includes 1/1800 scale US and Japanese cruisers and destroyers as they fight for supremacy in the Pacific Ocean

Contents:
A4 Battle of the Pacific Rules manual
Die-cut game tokens sheet
15 Warlord Resin model ships:
USS Indianapolis 1944
USS Northampton 1942
USS Chicago 1942
Mogami 1939
Kumano 1944
Furutaka 1939
Fubuki-class Destroyer x3
Fletcher-class Destroyer x 6
Ship Cards and damage sliders x 15
Ten-sided dice x 4
Six-sided dice x 12
A0 Sea Mat x2

Ships are in Warlord Resin
1 vol, 1 pgs 2020 UK, WARLORD GAMES
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1-231000 Knudson, Harold

JAMES LONGSTREET AND THE AMERICAN CIVIL WAR: The Confederate General Who Fought the Next War
Longstreet understood early that the tactical defense was generally dominant over the offense, which was something few grasped in 1862. Longstreet's thinking demonstrated a clear evolution that began on the field at First Manassas in July 1861, developed through the bloody fighting of 1862, and culminated in the brilliant defensive victory at Fredericksburg that December. The lethality with which his riflemen and artillery mowed down repeated Union assaults hinted at what was to come in WWI.

Longstreet's ability to launch and control powerful offensives was on display at Second Manassas in August 1862. His assault plan at Chickamauga in Georgia the following September was similar, if not the forerunner to, World War II tactical-level German armored tactics. Other areas show progressive applications with artillery, staff work, force projection, and operational-level thinking.1 vol, 288 pgs 2022 UK, PEN & SWORD
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2-231000 Knudson, Harold

JAMES LONGSTREET AND THE AMERICAN CIVIL WAR: The Confederate General Who Fought the Next War
Examines Confederate General James Longstreet and his contributions to the art of war during the Civil War. Explores how Longstreeet understood early that the tactical defense dominated the offense, and the lethality with which his riflemen and artillery mowed down Union assaults hinted at what was to come in World War I. Longstreet's ability to launch and control powerful offensives was on display at Second Manassas in August 1862, and his assault plan at Chickamauga in September 1863 was similar, if not the forerunner to, World War II tactical-level German armored tactics. Discusses how Longstreet demonstrated progressive applications with artillery, staff work, force projection, and operational-level thinking. Uses 20th century U.S. Army doctrine, field training, staff planning, command, and combat experience to produce this view of Longstreet's generalship in comparison to modern warfare. Contains 10 images and 10 maps.1 vol, 288 pgs 2022 UK, PEN & SWORD
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