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Commonwealth Skirmish Scenarios By Andrew Turlington
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This book contains 14 scenarios suitable for use with any set of WWII skirmish rules. The scenarios are presented for use with Soldat II, but we have included a conversion chart for the following... More > rules: Arc of Fire, BAPS, Battlefront, Battleground, Disposable Heroes, Final Combat, Nuts, and Rules of Engagement. Operation Dynamo 1940 (British) Operation Archery 1941 (British) Operation Jubilee 1942 (Canadian) Operation Perch 1944 (British) Operation Martlet 1944 (British) Operation Epsom 1944 (British) Operation Windsor 1944 (Canadian) Operation Charnwood 1944 (Canadian) Operation Spring 1944 (Canadian) Operation Bluecoat 1944 (British) Operation Totalize 1944 (Canadian) Operation Tractable 1944 (Canadian) Operation Dragoon 1944 (British) Operation Varsity 1945 (British)< Less
WWII Eastern Front Skirmish Scenarios By Andrew Turlington
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WWII Eastern Front Skirmish Scenarios is a new collection of 12 miniature skirmish scenarios. These scenarios are presented in a format that makes them easily playable with any set of rules that you... More > may wish to use. Playtests were made using both 20mm and 28mm figures, and rules used were Soldat, Final Combat, Arc of Fire, Face of Combat, Rules of Engagement, Battleground, Nuts, Seven Brothers, and various sets of house rules. The scenarios included are: Battle of the Bzura 1939 Poland Operation Winter Storm 1942 Russia Fall Blau 1942 Russian Caucuses Pavlov's House 1942 Stalingrad Stalingrad Sniper Hunt 1942 Stalingrad (The only non historical scenario) Kharkov Must be Held 1943 Ukraine Defending Etligen 1943 Crimea The Battle of Krasny Bor 1943 Russia Tempelhof Bahn Station 1945 Berlin Lake Balaton 1945 Hungary Breakout at Baruth 1945 Germany Fall of Konigsberg 1945 Germany < Less
WWII Eastern Front Skirmish Scenarios By Andrew Turlington
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WWII Eastern Front Skirmish Scenarios is a new collection of 12 miniature skirmish scenarios. These scenarios are presented in a format that makes them easily playable with any set of rules that you... More > may wish to use. Playtests were made using both 20mm and 28mm figures, and rules used were Soldat, Final Combat, Arc of Fire, Face of Combat, Rules of Engagement, Battleground, Nuts, Seven Brothers, and various sets of house rules. The scenarios included are: Battle of the Bzura 1939 Poland Operation Winter Storm 1942 Russia Fall Blau 1942 Russian Caucuses Pavlov's House 1942 Stalingrad Stalingrad Sniper Hunt 1942 Stalingrad (The only non historical scenario) Kharkov Must be Held 1943 Ukraine Defending Etligen 1943 Crimea The Battle of Krasny Bor 1943 Russia Tempelhof Bahn Station 1945 Berlin Lake Balaton 1945 Hungary Breakout at Baruth 1945 Germany Fall of Konigsberg 1945 Germany< Less
From Sakhalin To Santa By Don Ashley Turlington
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Between 1990 and 2009, American families adopted over 300,000 children from overseas. Like every process that involves multiple layers of bureaucracy, this phenomenon gave birth to corruption,... More > numerous struggles for adopting families and more importantly, countless success stories. D.A Turlington was one of those 300,000 families that took the international adoption journey with his wife Laura, first from Russia in 2005, and then in Guatemala in 2008. Join him as he gives you a firsthand account of his first adoption with refreshing honesty, never hesitating to share the warm moments and struggles that came about during the process or to describe what’s right and wrong with a complicated, expensive, politicized and often cumbersome process that adoptive parents must go through once they have chosen to adopt internationally. Published by the International Adoption Contact Group. Edited by Robin Merrill www.robinmerrill.net< Less
From Sakhalin To Santa By Don Ashley Turlington
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Between 1990 and 2009, American families adopted over 300,000 children from overseas. Like every process that involves multiple layers of bureaucracy, this phenomenon gave birth to corruption,... More > numerous struggles for adopting families and more importantly, countless success stories. D.A Turlington was one of those 300,000 families that took the international adoption journey with his wife Laura, first from Russia in 2005, and then in Guatemala in 2008. Join him as he gives you a firsthand account of his first adoption with refreshing honesty, never hesitating to share the warm moments and struggles that came about during the process or to describe what’s right and wrong with a complicated, expensive, politicized and often cumbersome process that adoptive parents must go through once they have chosen to adopt internationally. Published by the International Adoption Contact Group. Edited by Robin Merrill www.robinmerrill.net< Less
Guatemalan Fajitas By Don Ashley Turlington
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A heart felt written account of one families adoption of a little girl from Guatemala.
Guatemalan Fajitas By Don Ashley Turlington
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A heart felt written account of one families adoption of a little girl from Guatemala.
The Passage Fairies By Kasey Starshinova With Don Ashley Turlington
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A story about a little girl who is visited by Passage Fairies over three consecutive nights.
The Passage Fairies By Kasey Starshinova With Don Ashley Turlington
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A story about a little girl who is visited by Passage Fairies over three consecutive nights.
Soldat II By Tim Goodlett
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Soldat is a set of rules for simulating squad level infantry combat during the early and mid Twentieth Century. The rules concentrate on the World Wars, but can also be used for Korea, Indochina and... More > the early Arab-Israeli wars. Unlike the great majority of wargame rules for this period, Soldat concentrates on the role of the infantryman. Combat in both World Wars rapidly became a series of vicious, small unit actions, a classic confrontation at close quarters with no holds barred. As in most wars, the dirty business of winning battles fell to the infantryman. Despite the vast array of sophisticated and deadly weapons available to all sides, success or failure ultimately depended upon the ability of the foot soldier to take or hold ground.< Less

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