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Steamroller: Tannenberg – 1914 in Yaah! #10 on Sale now

Steamroller: Tannenberg – 1914 in Yaah! #10 on Sale now

Other September 19, 2017 0

By the Staff of Flying Pig:   Flying Pig Game announces the latest issue of their critically acclaimed quarterly tome of gaming goodness, Yaah! magazine. It’s Yaah #10 and this issue’s game looks like a great place

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“Race to the Sea – 1914” – Quick Notes – Video Review

“Race to the Sea – 1914” – Quick Notes – Video Review

Other July 30, 2017 0

By Big Board Gaming:  Published on Jul 28, 2017 https://boardgamegeek.com/boardgame/2…

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Professor Marco Arnaudo Reviews “Race to the Sea – 1914” in Yaah! #8

Professor Marco Arnaudo Reviews “Race to the Sea – 1914” in Yaah! #8

Other June 28, 2017 0

Published on Jun 27, 2017 Conclusions at 11:14.        

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“Race to The Sea” – A Review of The Hermann Luttmann Design in Yaah! 8

“Race to The Sea” – A Review of The Hermann Luttmann Design in Yaah! 8

Paul Comben June 11, 2017 1

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Give Me Fives – A Boardgaming Way Review of “1914”

Give Me Fives – A Boardgaming Way Review of “1914”

Paul Comben January 29, 2017 0

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Lifedaily: 20 Quotes From Germans About American Troops After World War I

Lifedaily: 20 Quotes From Germans About American Troops After World War I

Other December 10, 2016 0

By the Staff of Lifedaily: You might be surprised to read some of things defeated German soldiers had to say about American troops after World War I… The year was 1919, following the allies

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How Big Is Small? Reflections on Compass Games’ “The Lamps Are Going Out”

How Big Is Small? Reflections on Compass Games’ “The Lamps Are Going Out”

Paul Comben October 2, 2016 0

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“The Lamps are Going Out: World War 1” – Errata and FAQ

“The Lamps are Going Out: World War 1” – Errata and FAQ

Hermann Luttmann September 21, 2016 0

By Hermann Luttmann:                                    ERRATA and FAQ’S ERRATA U2 Tech Card: The card is incorrect – the text

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War History Online: THE LOST BATTALION: HOW A PIGEON SAVED 200 LIVES IN WW1

War History Online: THE LOST BATTALION: HOW A PIGEON SAVED 200 LIVES IN WW1

Other August 6, 2016 0

“Major Charles Whittlesey knew the situation was desperate.  Twenty-four hours earlier, on 2 October, 1918, he and his men had been ordered to advance againstheavily fortified German positions in the Argonne Forest in Northern

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After-Action-Report for “The Lamps Are Going Out: World War I” from Compass Games

After-Action-Report for “The Lamps Are Going Out: World War I” from Compass Games

Other August 5, 2016 0

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