Waterloo (1962). Refight the last great campaign of Napoleon, in this fast-moving game of military strategy. Over 160 die-cut counters representing the massed armies of France, Prussia, and the Dutch Anglo-Allies maneuver and engage in combat on a full-color, 22" x 28" mapboard. Avalon Hill Complexity rating - 2
General George C. Marshall during World War II. Harry Truman though him to be the finest soldier and man he ever knew. He admired General Marshall so greatly that he named the US program to help the countries of Europe recover, "The Marshall Plan."
Robert Stroud -- better known as the "Birdman of Alcatraz" -- remains one of the prison's best-known captives. Jailed in 1909 for a fatal shooting at just 19 years old, Stroud was moved between prisons following a series of bloody altercations, before stabbing a guard to death in 1916, resulting in a death sentence.
USS Alaska - a counter to the German 'pocket battleships', these ships mounted 12 in guns: only two were completed (USS Guam was the other), and they saw service in the last year of WW2. Though a reprise of the battlecruiser concept, this term was discouraged in favour of 'large cruisers'.
Panzer is a reprint of a Jim Day design and GMT have done a great job. Tactical level with each vehicle and gun counter representing one vehicle or gun and infantry represent squads or half squads. This and the 1st two modules focus on the Eastern Front. Western front 1944-45 and North Africa to come!
Dennis Franz (né Dennis Franz Schlacta October 28, 1944). Born in Maywood, IL. Graduated from Southern Illinois University. Served as US Army officer, 82nd Airborne, in Vietnam. Actor best known for his role as Andy Sipowicz, a hard-boiled police detective, in the television series NYPD Blue.