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Re-fight Germany's last great counter offensive , Battle of the Bulge, with this detailed, lavishly illustrated 72 page softback campaign supplement to the popular Battlegroup Kursk WW2 game system. Contains background narrative mixed with 9 historical scenarios, a mini linked campaign following Peiper's Battlegroup and an army list for Volksgrenadier Divisions.

To be released at Salute in London 16th April 2016 priced just £12, pre-order now and take advantage of the usual fantastic pre-order deal. All pre-orders will be entered into a prize draw to win: 1st prize £100 PSC kits, 2nd prize £50 PSC kits and 2 x 3rd prizes £20 PLUS you will also receive a free pdf of the book before it is released at Salute. There are also some great value bundle deals of Wacht am Rhein with the mini rueset and Battlegroup Overlord.


Wacht am Rhein will be a short print run and when they are gone they are gone and it will only be available as a pdf so grab your copy asap!

Please note a copy of Battlegroup Overlord and the mini ruleset are needed to play Wacht am Rhein
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