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Dec 9, 2022

[Answer] 1. This two-player wargame was one of Avalon Hill's earlier wargames (1965) and has as its title the word used to describe the German's World War II offensive style of warfare. Which game was this?

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...1. Stalingrad 2. Anzio 3. Blitzkrieg 4. Panzer Leader "Blitzkrieg" was first released by Avalon Hill in 1965. Although the word blitzkrieg became synonymous with the German offensive philosophy, this game was not a real reflection of blitzkrieg during WWII. The game pitted two opponents against each other in a fictional battle that was not based on any historic events. The technology of the armies however was WWII technology. The game used a hexagonal map and pitted two relatively equal armies against each other and had several neutral countries.




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Blitzkrieg:


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