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Frank Chadwick Battlefield Europe Bookcase War Game MINT Shrinkwraped GDW 1990

Frank Chadwick Battlefield Europe Bookcase War Game MINT Shrinkwraped GDW 1990

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New in factory shrinkwrap.

This wargame explores a number of possible wars that could have occured in Europe after World War II. It includes fifteen scenarios:

Czechs vs. Slovak separatists

Albanians vs. Yugoslavians

Germans vs. Poles

Belgians vs. Walloons

Belgians vs. French

French vs. Dutch

Russians vs. Central Asians

Romanians vs. Hungarians

Turks vs. Bulgarians

Greeks against Turks

Greek Cypriots vs. British

Soviet attacks against Turkey

US vs. Soviets in Turkey

From the box:

1945 to 1990 was an era of peace and stability in Europe. NATO in the West and the Warsaw Pact in the East imposed the longest peace since the end of the Napoleonic Wars. But as the Cold War ends, this armed stability will end as well. The nations of Europe have many long-standing territorial disputes and historic animosities that only now can erupt into violence. For years, Romania and Hungary could put aside their differences in the face of a greater threat from NATO. Greece and Turkey stood uncomfortably together against the potential threat of the Warsaw Pact.

Now, the age of unsteady friends has passed. Battlefield: Europe explores seven potential European flashpoints. Each could turn violent at any time in the next ten years.

Product from Game Designer's Workshop,
New in factory shrinkwrap.

This wargame explores a number of possible wars that could have occured in Europe after World War II. It includes fifteen scenarios:

Czechs vs. Slovak separatists

Albanians vs. Yugoslavians

Germans vs. Poles

Belgians vs. Walloons

Belgians vs. French

French vs. Dutch

Russians vs. Central Asians

Romanians vs. Hungarians

Turks vs. Bulgarians

Greeks against Turks

Greek Cypriots vs. British

Soviet attacks against Turkey

US vs. Soviets in Turkey

From the box:

1945 to 1990 was an era of peace and stability in Europe. NATO in the West and the Warsaw Pact in the East imposed the longest peace since the end of the Napoleonic Wars. But as the Cold War ends, this armed stability will end as well. The nations of Europe have many long-standing territorial disputes and historic animosities that only now can erupt into violence. For years, Romania and Hungary could put aside their differences in the face of a greater threat from NATO. Greece and Turkey stood uncomfortably together against the potential threat of the Warsaw Pact.

Now, the age of unsteady friends has passed. Battlefield: Europe explores seven potential European flashpoints. Each could turn violent at any time in the next ten years.

Product from Game Designer's Workshop,

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