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    Tide of Iron: Stalingrad Preview 1: Intense City Fighting comes to Tide of Iron

Tide of Iron: Stalingrad Preview 1: Intense City Fighting comes to Tide of Iron

By Craig Robertson, Chief Game Developer, 1A Games

After almost two years of development, the long-awaited Tide of Iron: Stalingrad campaign is finished. You’ll get a big, hefty box that contains a wealth of goodies for your Tide of Iron […]
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How Did the Battle of Stalingrad Happen?

At the onset of 1942, Germany’s army was paying the price for its stalled invasion of the Soviet Union. After more than five months of almost continuous success in 1941, the German armored columns were stopped just short of Moscow by […]

By |July 25th, 2013|Behind the History|Comments Off on How Did the Battle of Stalingrad Happen?

150th Anniversary America Divided: Gettysburg Demo

By Craig Robertson, Chief Game Developer, 1A Games

July 3rd marked the 150th anniversary of Pickett’s Charge at Gettysburg. We at 1A Games felt it proper to observe the occasion with a demonstration game of

By |July 18th, 2013|Behind the Games, On Location|Comments Off on 150th Anniversary America Divided: Gettysburg Demo
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    1A Games to Produce New John Hill Civil War Game Series – America Divided

1A Games to Produce New John Hill Civil War Game Series – America Divided

1A Games announces a new Civil War series: America Divided. The first title in the AD series is Gettysburg, a brigade-level game by Hall of Fame member John Hill – designer of Squad Leader, Tank Leader, Johnny Reb and many other […]

By |July 4th, 2013|News|Comments Off on 1A Games to Produce New John Hill Civil War Game Series – America Divided

Gettysburg’s Role in the Civil War

In comparison to the battle at Antietam (or Sharpsburg) in Maryland in September of 1862, the U.S. victory at Gettysburg had no immediate political benefits for Lincoln or the […]

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Gettysburg was Not the Only Turning Point of the Civil War

This past Sunday’s edition of The New York Times (June 30) ran a story called “A Favorite Son of Gettysburg” in the sports section – an appropriate feature the day before the 150th anniversary of the great Civil War battle. What […]

By |July 2nd, 2013|Behind the History|Comments Off on Gettysburg was Not the Only Turning Point of the Civil War