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Fear God and dread nought

the correspondence of Admiral of the Fleet Lord Fisher of Kilverstone.Selected and edited by Arthur J. Marder.

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        StatementCape
        PublishersCape
        Classifications
        LC Classifications1952
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 84 p. :
        Number of Pages46
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 10nodata
        Series
        1nodata
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        3
        v. 1.The making of an admiral, 1854-1904. v. 2.Years of power, 1904-1914. v. 3.Restoration, abdication, and last years, 1914-1920.

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THE ADMIRALTY TRILOGY

Those familiar with either of these games will have no difficulty stepping into the First World War. While comprehensive, the rules are easy to follow for experienced gamers, and novices alike. Emphasizing playability as well as scrupulous historical accuracy, research for the game has involved many of the best naval historians in the world. That makes it easy to learn and you know it will be accurate. The scenario often include variants, covering historical "almosts" and "what ifs".

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covers the period centered around World War I. The Data Annexes are provided in the scenario booklets and data annexes. While comprehensive, the rules are easy to follow for experienced gamers and novices alike.

Those familiar with any of these games will have no difficulty stepping into the First World War.