Missing conflict series

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Not all missing in ASL, but here is a list of conflicts from 1919 till 1945 (There are more from 1945 onwards, but to make the list short... ;))
D'Annunzio's Insurrection (1919)
Estonian War of Independence (1919)
Hungarian-Czech War (1919)
Hungarian-Romanian War (1919)
Latvian War of Independence (1919)
Polish-Czech War (1919)
Punjab Disturbances (1919)
Sapoa Revolution (1919)
3rd British-Afghan War (1919)
Russo-Polish War (1919-1920)
Waziristan Campaign (1919-1920)
Lithuanian War of Independence (1919-1923)
Saudi-Hashemite Wars (1919-1925)
Anglo-Irish War (1920)
Anhui-Zhihli War (1920)
French Occupation of Syria (1920)
Iraqi Revolt (1920)
Saudi-Kuwait War (1920)
Hungarian Civil War (1921)
Kronstadt Rebellion (1921)
2nd Greco-Turkish War (1921-1922)
Spanish-Rif War (1921-1925)
1st Zhihli-Fengtian War (1922)
Irish Civil War (1922-1923)
Corfu Incident (1923)
2nd Zhihli-Fengtian War (1924)
Druze Rebellion (1925-1926)
Guo Songling's Revolt (1925-1926)
1st Chinese Revolutionary Civil War (1926-1927)
Chaco War (1927-1935)
2nd Chinese Revolutionary Civil War (1927-1934)
Afghan Reformist War (1929)
Ikhwan Rebellion (1929)
Italo-Senussi War (1931)
Manchuria Incident (1931-1933)
Shanghai Incident (1932)
Saudi-Yemeni War (1934)
2nd Italo-Ethiopian War (1934-1936)
Waziristan Campaign (1936-1937)
Spanish Civil War (1936-1939)
Russo-Japanese Border Wars (1937-1939)
Sino-Japanese War (1937-1941)
Russo-Finnish War (1939-1940)
Greek Civil War (1944-1948)
 

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1931 is as far back as I would like to go. Before then it's more like WW1 than WW2
 

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1931 is as far back as I would like to go. Before then it's more like WW1 than WW2
Do you have a month in mind?

I don't believe "low intensity" (to use a modern term) conflicts prior to "1931" preclude WW2 like troops...EX P.A. type MMC versus Philippine Partisans... US forces in Cuba vs. Spanish Forces same... Whether this is of interest to any given ASLer is another point...that it is WW1 is not so. Nor for that matter are Rommel's "attacks" in Slovenia during WW1 itself.
 

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LFT previewed the Russian Civil War (primarily in the far east) in their FTC-4 pack, quite good and a neat three player scenario.
I’ll second that
 

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Do you have a month in mind?

I don't believe "low intensity" (to use a modern term) conflicts prior to "1931" preclude WW2 like troops...EX P.A. type MMC versus Philippine Partisans... US forces in Cuba vs. Spanish Forces same... Whether this is of interest to any given ASLer is another point...that it is WW1 is not so. Nor for that matter are Rommel's "attacks" in Slovenia during WW1 itself.
September 18, 1931
 

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OK, but here is where I start. 1931-1953.
 

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Plenty of ASL action possible before that date as my post shows.
1931-1953 is what I will target for new ASL designs. Carry on and good luck to your endeavors whenever they occur.
Not seeking a debate here, just writing which time frame interests me.
 

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Nor for that matter are Rommel's "attacks" in Slovenia during WW1 itself.
Actually ready Rommel’s book it sounded like the new stosstruppe tactics was more squad based than platoon movement.
 

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Rif War looks interesting.

Not a topic covered in my education, but quite interesting. More asymmetrical warfare.
 

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Actually ready Rommel’s book it sounded like the new stosstruppe tactics was more squad based than platoon movement.
The German experience with the Stosstruppen in the latter half of WW1 formed the basis for infantry doctrine and with further interwar development became the standard for Germany in WW2. The combination of infiltration (and avoidance of resistance where possible), decentralised command and mobile firepower remained the same, just decent numbers of tanks added. Armour just followed the same principals, get in behind the easiest way possible and wreak havoc behind the enemy lines.

The only main difference was that in late WW1 a company might have a mix of specalist rifle, LMG and grenadier platoons (later squads within a platoon) but in WW2 would have equal squads within a platoon.
 

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Actually ready Rommel’s book it sounded like the new stosstruppe tactics was more squad based than platoon movement.
So have I. That is why I said his actions are like ASL. I have a scenario on this in the MM WWI Pack/Module whenever that comes out.
 
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