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Series: Command Decision

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Armies of October: Armies and Weapons of the 1973 Arab-Israeli War by Frank Chadwick
Armies of the Second World War, Vol 1 (Command Decision, 2nd Ed.) by Frank Chadwick
Barbarossa/25 (Command Decision Campaign Module) by Frank Chadwick
Bastogne: A Complete Historical Miniatures Campaign (Command Decision) by Frank Chadwick
Birth of the Blitzkrieg by Jake Strangeway
Blitzkrieg Legions: Dark Beginnings by Frank Chadwick
Blitzkrieg Legions: Fall of the West by Frank Chadwick
Combined Arms: Modern Miniature Wargaming (Command Decision) by Frank Chadwick
COMMAND DECISION 3: Miniature Rules For Recreating World War II Battles (New Revised Third Edition) by Frank Chadwick
Command Decision, 2nd Edition: 20th Century Miniature Wargaming by Frank Chadwick
Command Decision: Test of Battle by Frank Chadwick
Command Decision: World War II Miniature Wargaming [BOX SET] by Frank Chadwick
Crisis in the Ardennes: The Battle of the Bulge 1944 by Jake Strangeway
Death of Glory: France 1914 by Jessee A. Scarborough
From Normandy to Lorraine: The American Drive to the Rhine by Jake Strangeway
Great War East 1914 by Jessee A. Scarborough
Honour of the Regiment by Frank Chadwick
In the Clutches of Eagles by Jake Strangeway
Operation Market-Garden by Jake Strangeway
Over the Top: WWI Miniatures Wargaming - A Complete Historical Miniatures Rules Set (Command Decision Series Game) by Greg Novak
The Race toTunis by Frank Chadwick
Red Steel: Soviet Armored and Mobile Forces in World War II by Frank Chadwick
Red Tide: Soviet Infantry and Artillery in World War II, 1939-1945 by Frank Chadwick
The Return: Leyte October 1944 by Mark Cook
Road to Tokyo October 1942 - July 1945 by Mark Cook
Stars and Stripes Forever by Frank Chadwick
When Olympus Trembled: Operations Marita, Merkur & Herkules by Jack Strangeway

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