The Italian attack on Egypt at 1940 opened the new front of the World War II. Over the next three years, north Africa’s deserts became a place of many fierce battles. Joining the action by the German troops provided the Axis some momentary sucesses. But the Allies weren’t willing to give up an initiative and lead further counterattacks. Game contains following scenarios: Compas I, II, Rommel’s Attack, „Brevity”, „Battleaxe” and „Crusader”, Gazala.
A game for 1-2 players in which you can try to sink the legendary Bismarck. The game also simulates attacks on other ships belonging to the Polish, French, and Japanese fleets during World War II. The gameplay takes no more than 20 minutes and the use of the cards may greatly disrupt the attacker’s plans. There are three scenarios of the Bismarck’s odyssey: “Battle with the Hood” “Air Raid,” and “The Last Battle.”
The last German onslaught on the Western front. The attack in the Ardennes caught the Americans by surprise. It was Hitler’s last attempt to reverse the outcome of World War 2.
Ebro 1938 – system WB-95
The Spanish Civil War (1936-39) was a brutal and gory conflict between the Republicans and the Nationalists, the latter led by General Franco. The Battle at the Ebro River, the longest and largest clash of this war, was a Republican offensive intending to regain the initiative and change the course of the war. Nationalist forces, supported by armored units and aircraft, retreated at first, but ultimately managed to counterattack soon after.
Vienna, Parkany 1683
The Battle of Vienna was a great victory for the Allies under the command of the Polish King Jan III Sobieski over the Turks. Christian Europe was saved, and the expansion of the Ottoman Empire was finally stopped by the lances of Polish winged hussars.
Battle of Bologna, fought in April 1945, was the last battle of the Polish 2nd Corps. It was the end of the Second World War, however, Germans were not eager to surrender, especially to the Poles. They defended each of their positions fiercely, often using mines and traps. But the determined attack of the Polish soldiers freed Bologna, ending the combat trail of the Polish forces in Italy.
On 24 January 1588 Polish-Lithuanian’s commonwealth’s army under Jan Zamoyski met the forces of Maximilian III Habsburg near Byczyna. Result of this battle could decide about taking the Polish throne by Habsburgs or Vasas. Winged hussars fough on the both sides, making this battle particularly fierce and bloody, with about 3000 soldiers killed on both sides.