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‘As I Saw It in the Trenches’ is the vivid, first-person account of an American doughboy in WW1. His recollections of the horrors of combat are staggering.
‘Blue Cross, White Ensign’ focuses on the Imperial Russian Navy’s battles with its Swedish and Turkish opponents. John Paul Jones would have played this game—and so should you.
‘Aachen: The U.S. Army’s Battle for Charlemagne’s City in World War II’ is an outstanding new examination of “Bloody Aachen,” the first major German city captured by American G.I.s in World War II’s European Theater.
‘Making History: The Great War’ isn’t going to win any eye-candy awards, but the game provides a superlative experience in learning, creativity and entertainment.
‘Brother against Brother: The Drawing of the Sword’ is a highly detailed, historically accurate, turn-based tactical game about the American Civil War. Its unique combat system allows the player to gain an in-depth look at mid-nineteenth century combat.
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‘Order of Battle: Pacific’ is the Pacific Theater ‘Panzer General’-style game you’ve been waiting for, with straightforward mechanics and good-looking graphics.
Seven decades after the heroic Doolittle Raiders made the daring first strike back at Japan in World War II’s Pacific Theater Congress awards them its highest honor.