5 edition of The great naval game found in the catalog.
The great naval game
Includes bibliographical references (p.273-324) and index.
|Series||Studies in the social and cultural history of modern warfare -- 26|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 337 p. :|
|Number of Pages||337|
Uses the NavTac game system to simulate tactical level World War I naval combat. The book contains all game rules, optional rules, game tables, historical scenarios (including the Battles of Coronel (), Falklands (), Cocos (), Escape of the. WW1. Battlefleet - WTJ WW1 naval rules (under development). Coal and the Kaiser - a game of low to moderate complexity portraying tactical naval combat in the period from through Day of the Dreadnoughts - The Junior Generals and Jutland, "Der Tag" - WW1 naval rules by Simon Dennan and Nick Buckby Dreadnought - Turn of the century naval .
The Great Naval Game: Britain and Germany in the Age of Jan s in the Social and Cultural History of Modern Warfare, number Edited by, Jay dge: Cambridge University Press, It is Minden's most comprehensive naval combat game system, covering the age of the battleship () in three distinct eras--Pre-Dreadnought, Dreadnought, and World War II. This page illustrated book contains all rules, ship ratings, and game tables to play, plus 30 scenarios, and 1/ warship facsimiles.
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"Students of German or British nationalism, imperialism, militarism, and consumerism will not want to The great naval game book this book." -Christopher A.
Molnar, H-German 'With the publication of The Great Naval Game, Jan Rüger makes an original contribution both to cultural history and naval history. But, it is much more than that. Cited by: The Great Naval Game book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers.
This book is about the theatre of power and identity that unfol /5. Great War Salvo. 3rd ed. is a book containing a solitaire, tactical level World War I naval wargame. Great War Salvo. uses the Salvo. game system, adapted to World War I ships. The book contains full rules, options, historical scenarios, and 5/5(1).
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Great Naval Battles is a series of computer games by Strategic Simulations which simulate combat between naval vessels. It consist of five separate games, four of which depict various phases of World War II.
Each game combines a wider view of the action on a fleet scale, as well as controls for individual ships.
SSI covered similar themes in another naval game, Fighting Genre(s): Ship simulation, strategy. This book explores the cult of the navy: the ways in which the navy and the sea were celebrated in fleet reviews, naval visits and ship launches during the age of empire.
By focusing on this naval theatre, Jan Ruger offers a fascinating new history of the Anglo-German antagonism. Great Naval Battles 1 and 2 were detailed simulation of World War naval operations that, in M. Evan. Brooks' words, are "historically detailed and recommended to the aficionado of the the AI often suffered in the campaign game, it was still the standard-bearer of the genre." However, he thinks Great Naval Battles 3, is disappointing: "Covering the remainder of /5(31).
Get this from a library. The great naval game: Britain and Germany in the age of Empire. [Jan Rüger] -- This book is about the theatre of power and identity that unfolded in and between Britain and Germany in the decades before the First World War.
It explores what contemporaries described as the cult. The Great Naval Game by Jan Ruger,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(7).
This book is about the theatre of power and identity that unfolded in and between Britain and Germany in the decades before the First World War. It explores what contemporaries described as the cult of the navy: the many ways in which the navy and the sea were celebrated in the fleet reviews, naval visits and ship launches that were watched by hundreds of 4/5(1).
There's no such thing as one-stop shopping with Mahan, but this book provides an excellent cross-section of his ideas. Alas, it's out of print. (Hint, hint, you fine young cannibals at Author: James R. Holmes. The Great Naval Game: Britain and Germany in the Age of Empire, by Jan Ruger.
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Board Game: Silent War [Average Rating Overall Rank: ] #N#2nd, 6th and 7th Wisconsin, 19th Indiana, 24th Michigan. 24th Michigan Monument Gettysburg Pa. Amazing that the top ranked naval wargame on BGG is a solitaire game. I keep hearing raves about this one so I'm not really that surprised that it ranks this high.
Was nominated for. Great War at Sea (GWAS) is an award-winning naval wargame series from Avalanche Press Ltd., covering the age of early steel battleships and dreadnoughts, The series launched inwith Great War at Sea: The Mediterranean.
Players move their fleets on the operational map, and when contact is made, resolve battles on the tactical map. Co-Prosperity Sphere is an expansion book for our Great Pacific War game that studies what circumstances might have given Imperial Japan an opportunity to match American power.
It’s part of our Long War naval game setting, which includes Second World War at Sea: Plan Z. In this alternative history, Japan has greatly increased her power and.
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From the Dreadnought to Scapa Flow (4 vol. –70), covers Britain's Royal Navy –In this collection of essays a distinguished team of naval historians examines nineteen of the most important battles fought by American naval forces.
Edited and introduced by retired Naval Academy professor Jack Sweetman, the volume includes battles from the War of Independence, the War ofthe Civil War, the Spanish-American War, World War II, and the postwar period.Great Naval Battles of the North Atlantic (GNB-NA) is set during World War II and covers the convoy engagements between the surface fleets of the British Royal Navy and the German Kreigsmarine.
You control one of the fleets in all its facets, from the grand strategy down to the aiming and firing of the guns.