This hypothetical game studies what would have happened if World War One had been fought into 1919. The Western Entente will bring massed tanks, mechanized infantry, fresh American divisions, and paratroops into battle to create the dynamic breakthrough that will end the stalemate of trench warfare. The German Army, dug in for long months, will hold tenaciously, moving reserves to blunt attacks, and throwing forward its own tank forces, fresh troops, and high-velocity antitank artilley batteries to blunt the vulnerable metal spearpoints of the coming attacks.
Design by James Meldrum
Development by Jeffry Tibbetts
40 backprinted die-cut counters
4 pages of rules, chart
Just Plain envelope format
NOTE: requires Black Day of The German Army 1918 to play.