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Strategic Command WWI Breakthrough!

Discussions on WW2 and pre-WW2 related movies, games and other fiction and also documentaries.

Strategic Command WWI Breakthrough!

Postby Robert24 on 14 Oct 2012 15:16

The new game Strategic Command WWI Breakthrough has been published. ... &Itemid=26

What is most interesting are the after action reviews, how these parallel and branch out from the historical are engrossing.

WWI in Europe ... p?t=105942 ... ort-part-1

Russian Civil War ... p?t=106430
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Re: Strategic Command WWI Breakthrough!

Postby Bill101 on 27 Jan 2013 15:24


Thanks for posting this. There are currently three new AARs on the go, of which I'm involved in two of them:

1914 March on Paris - here the Germans have opted to respect Belgian neutrality (for the moment) and are instead attempting to cross the Meuse and advance through the Vosges. ... p?t=108009

1916 East Africa - here I'm playing as von Lettow-Vorbeck and trying to halt the joint British and Belgian invasion. So far, so good, but the odds are stacked against me and it is our mobility that is helping a great deal ... p?t=107573

1918 Ludendorff Offensive - here the Germans have driven a wedge between the British and French and advanced to sea at Abbeville. The French opted to launch their own offensive into Alsace rather than reinforce the British, so it'll probably be down to the Americans to save the day! ... p?t=107535

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