Spanish Civil War ASL or Korean War ASL

Spanish Civil War ASL or Korean War ASL


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Tater

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Korea...maybe...niether one really grabs my interest much.
 
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I don't know a lot about SCW, but reading some notes from MMP's Guadalajara we might need about 20 new squads (Carlist, anarchist, Phalangist, Philanthropist, Polygamist...)
 

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Korea all the way. Would love to have battles b/w T34/85s and Pershings. Would further love to see USMC vs. NPKA troops...

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Hard to choose

But i´m more with Korea
 

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I don't know a lot about SCW, but reading some notes from MMP's Guadalajara we might need about 20 new squads (Carlist, anarchist, Phalangist, Philanthropist, Polygamist...)
And that would suck worse than one of Psycho's 80's videos posted from U-tube.

Korea could use a lot of the Chinese and Russian troops counters we already have.

At least I would do it that way.
 

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:cool: Re-reading the U.S. Army's Korean War series, so it probablly peaked my intrest in this area a little more. Actually with all the antagonists, theaters, actions and posssible scenarios still out there, the 2nd WW is still my general cup of tea.
 

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I went with Korea as LfT already did a nice little series on The Spanish Civil War.

Plus, I know almost ZERO, NADA, ZILCH about the Korean War and an ASL module might pique my interest to the point where I actually might read a book or two on the topic.
 
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I picked Korea. Been reading the book by Max Hastings (The Korean War) and just started another small one called Colder than Hell. Hasting's book is on a grand political scale whereas Colder than Hell is more of a battlefield memior.

A Korean module would be a nice addition to the product line.

Mike
 

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I went with Korea as LfT already did a nice little series on The Spanish Civil War.

Plus, I know almost ZERO, NADA, ZILCH about the Korean War and an ASL module might pique my interest to the point where I actually might read a book or two on the topic.


ZERO, NADA, ZILCH


What are three Japanese planes from WW 2?
 

Michael Dorosh

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SCW, we have enough "hit it and its dead" stuff out there:>)

Peace

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Silly statement, given that there were no tank to tank encounters in Korea...:p

Might be refereshing to have some scenarios that don't have a garage worth of weird tanks...
 

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Silly statement, given that there were no tank to tank encounters in Korea...:p

Might be refereshing to have some scenarios that don't have a garage worth of weird tanks...
actually the SCW featured few weird tanks, there were a number of homegrown tanks/tankettes, armored cars but these were to rare to really justify counterization.

t26 a few Russian AC, the BT-5 some italian tankettes the PzIB covers the vast majority of armored actions
 

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I picked Korea. Been reading the book by Max Hastings (The Korean War) and just started another small one called Colder than Hell. Hasting's book is on a grand political scale whereas Colder than Hell is more of a battlefield memior.

A Korean module would be a nice addition to the product line.

Mike
I would add:
The River and the Gauntlet by S.L.A. Marshall
The Forgotten War: America in Korea, 1950-1953 by Clay Blair Jr.
On Hallowed Ground: The Last Battle for Pork Chop Hill , Bill McWilliams

All good stuff..... I am sure there are more books about the desperate battles fought by the allied forces vs. the communists.

Best regards,:salute:
John
 
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