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The OSS Combat Manual By James Loriega
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It was old school military combatives; the type that was developed by W.E. Fairbairn, Eric Sykes, and others in the era before the start of World War II. It was a style known by many names, among... More > them Defendu, Gutter-fighting, and the more polite Fairbairn Method. It was the style of fighting that was taught to British Commandos, the Special Operations Executive (SOE) and, later, to American covert operatives of the Office of Strategy Services (OSS). It was in fact the style that would have been taught to James Bond during WWII if he had actually existed as a Commander in Her Majesty's Navy … and it is the style of fighting described in this manual.< Less
WWII: Operation WhiteBox (High Quality Gloss) By Peter C. Spahn
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WWII: Operation WhiteBox is a roleplaying game of WWII special forces action designed for compatibility with the Swords & Wizardry WhiteBox roleplaying game. In WWII: Operation WhiteBox, the... More > player characters (PCs) play the role of WWII special forces operatives. They may be formally trained and part of an officially designated special forces unit such as the SAS or U.S. Army Airborne, or they may simply be guerilla fighters dedicated to making life hard for the German Army. They may also be covert agents working for organizations such as the SOE or OSS. Whatever their affiliation, their job is to complete missions behind enemy lines, paving the way for the next Allied advance. Out of respect for those who served in WWII and all wars past, present, and future, Small Niche Games will donate a portion of each purchase annually to a Veteran's charity. (FULL COLOR VERSION)< Less
WWII: Operation WhiteBox (B&W) By Peter C. Spahn
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WWII: Operation WhiteBox is a roleplaying game of WWII special forces action designed for compatibility with the Swords & Wizardry WhiteBox roleplaying game. In WWII: Operation WhiteBox, the... More > player characters (PCs) play the role of WWII special forces operatives. They may be formally trained and part of an officially designated special forces unit such as the SAS or U.S. Army Airborne, or they may simply be guerilla fighters dedicated to making life hard for the German Army. They may also be covert agents working for organizations such as the SOE or OSS. Whatever their affiliation, their job is to complete missions behind enemy lines, paving the way for the next Allied advance. Out of respect for those who served in WWII and all wars past, present, and future, Small Niche Games will donate a portion of each purchase annually to a Veteran's charity.< Less
Clan of the Black Sun By L.W. Hewitt
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A mysterious stone of black obsidian holds a magical grip over a rural French clan ripped apart by an ancient curse. The Nazis covet the relic as a weapon of immense power that will lead their armies... More > to victory in the West. The Allies fear rumors of the stone mask a deadly weapon that threatens the invasion of Fortress Europe. The resistance risks annihilation to recover it. The French police and the Gestapo will destroy all in their path to possess it.< Less
The Janus Plan By William F. Welch
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End World War II in Europe and join with German Armies to keep the Soviets out of Eastern Europe. That's the Janus Plan. And the man picked by the OSS to do it is Captain Rick Malone, U.S. Army... More > Ranger. To accomplish his mission, Malone must go deep into enemy territory - posing as a German Intelligence Officer. Dogged by the German Secret Service across Europe, Malone's mission is compromised by a traitor on his own side. He now has two objectives: Complete the misssion and uncover the traitor before it is too late.< Less
The Janus Plan By William F. Welch
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End World War II in Europe and join with German Armies to keep the Soviets out of Eastern Europe. That's the Janus Plan. And the man picked by the OSS to do it is Captain Rick Malone, U.S. Army... More > Ranger. To accomplish his mission, Malone must go deep into enemy territory - posing as a German Intelligence Officer. Dogged by the German Secret Service across Europe, Malone's mission is compromised by a traitor on his own side. He now has two objectives: Complete the misssion and uncover the traitor before it is too late.< Less
The Madonna Rosa By L.W. Hewitt
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Anisette Durande holds the destiny of a free Brittany in her hands - desperate to keep the Madonna Rosa from the Germans as the Nazi onslaught rolls across defenseless France in 1940. She is La... More > Guardienne - the last of a line of women descended from a lone survivor of a terrible slaughter, blessed to protect the ancient Madonna carved from the crucifix of the Christian martyrs of Roman Lyon. Her only hope - a chance encounter with a young British soldier on the road, himself fleeing the Germans toward an evacuation port on the Brittany coast. Scotty promises to return the Madonna to her - somehow ... yet becomes lost in the chaos and tragedy about to unfold in St. Nazaire.< Less
The Scavengers of Graveny Marsh By L.W. Hewitt
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The stables stood since Elizabethan times on the grounds of Castle Whitstable in Kent. There was a time when the trumpets of war sounded the stables’ grooms fitted the castle mounts for battle.... More > That was before the Great War. Before machine guns, mustard gas, and aeroplanes. It was a glorious time, at least in the myths woven to disguise the blood and screams of men and horses dying in battle. This new war - with its machines and radios - had little use for the stone stables. Officers no longer rode their mounts into battle, swords held high. The Remount Service no longer scavenged the countryside for horses, leaving the peasants to plow the fields with only the sweat of their backs. For the first time in centuries there was a war, and quiet in the stables of Castle Whitstable. Until the Americans arrived.< Less
An American Unsung: Based on Actual Events In the Life of My Friend, Dayton Edie, American Hero By Harold Ray Finley, Jr. & Carol Greer
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Merriam Press World War 2 Biography Series. Dayton Edie was my good friend and a bona fide American hero. He seldom spoke of his own combat from fighting in World War II and the Korean War, and on... More > those rare occasions that he did, I listened intently. Although his own actions rarely came up, now and then he would discuss historic events and famous people encountered during his lifetime, and this story is as Dayton told it. Some of Dayton’s experiences occurred when he was an operative for the Office of Strategic Services (OSS) and the Counter Intelligence Corps (CIC), covert branches of the US government. The stories you find here about those covert activities are based on vague narratives and hedged comments from Dayton, combined with the results of years of in-depth research. Read, and decide for yourself if he doesn’t deserve to be remembered for his courage under fire, his leadership, his strength, and ultimately his kindness, since history has all but forgotten Dayton Edie. 110 photos/ill./documents.< Less
An American Unsung: Based On Actual Events In the Life of My Friend, Dayton Edie, American Hero By Harold Ray Finley, Jr. & Carol Greer
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Merriam Press World War 2 Biography Series. Dayton Edie was my good friend and a bona fide American hero. He seldom spoke of his own combat from fighting in World War II and the Korean War, and on... More > those rare occasions that he did, I listened intently. Although his own actions rarely came up, now and then he would discuss historic events and famous people encountered during his lifetime, and this story is as Dayton told it. Some of Dayton’s experiences occurred when he was an operative for the Office of Strategic Services (OSS) and the Counter Intelligence Corps (CIC), covert branches of the US government. The stories you find here about those covert activities are based on vague narratives and hedged comments from Dayton, combined with the results of years of in-depth research. Read, and decide for yourself if he doesn’t deserve to be remembered for his courage under fire, his leadership, his strength, and ultimately his kindness, since history has all but forgotten Dayton Edie. 110 photos/ill./documents.< Less

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