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The Book – Great War: World War One Battles of 1918

Great War Design Notes
World War One Battles of 1918
1918 saw great changes in the warfare of the Western Front. Russia pulled out of the war, freeing thousands more German troops to push the Allies back huge distances. The Allied counteroffensives, with the new tanks, evolving tactics, and the arrival of the Americans, forced the Germans back towards their own borders and defeat.

The 2023 re-release of Great War brings you the same great range released in 2018 - no changes, updates or modifications! 

Great War Design Notes...

Great War: World War One Battles of 1918
Product Spotlights (Click on the images below to learn more about each product.)
GGEAB02 Steiner's Stosstruppen
GGE100 A7V Panzers
GGE712 Infanterie Platoon
GGE716 Stoss Platoon
GGE714 Machine-gun Platoon
GGE715 Company Weapons
GGE571 7.7cm FK96 N.A. Guns GGE561 7.62cm Krupp IG
GBRAB02 Mitchell's Marauders
GBR090 Mark IV Tank GBR095 Mark V Tank
GBR100 Mark V* Tank
GBBX04 Cavalry Troop
GBR302 Armoured Autocar Section GBR301 Armoured Car Troop
GBR081 Mark A Whippet Tank GBR572 OQF 18 Pdr Guns
GBR714 Machine-gun Platoon GBR715 Trench Mortars
GBR712 Rifle Platoon
GFRAB02 Clavery's Chargers
GFR090 Schneider CA.1 Tank GFR100 Char Saint Chamond Tank
GFR712 Fusiliers Platoon
GFR005 Renault FT-17 Tank
GFBX04 Cavalerie Platoon
GFR300 Automitrailleuse Platoon GFR571 75mm mle 1897 Guns
GFR714 Machine-gun Platoon
GFR715 Trench Mortars
GUSAB02 Brett's Brawlers
GUS712 Rifle Platoon
GUS714 Machine-gun Platoon
GUS715 Trench Mortars
GUS571 75mm mle 1897 Guns
Trenchline System (BB182) Barbed Wire (BB132) Craters (BB144)
Trenchline System (BB182) Barbed Wire (BB132) Craters (BB144)
Shattered Battlefield (BB183) Large Craters and Ruined House(BB184)
Shattered Battlefield (BB183) Large Craters and Ruined House (BB184)

Angriff! Or, Getting started with ‘Steiners Stosstruppen’ in Great War
With Matt Yakimoff

With Great War making a long-awaited and well-deserved comeback, I thought it would be a good opportunity to examine how new and returning players alike can make the most of the ‘Steiners Stosstruppen’ box set.

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Angriff! Or, Getting started with ‘Steiners Stosstruppen’ in Great War

Getting started with the French in Great War

Getting started with the French in Great War
With John Lee

With the re-release of Great War, I thought I would look at the French Starter Set and how a new player, or someone on a budget, could get a force on the table that would be competitive, or at least hold its own. For the new player, it opens the door to playing Great War without needing to buy, assemble or paint too much and get into playing the game quicker. 

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EXCITING TIMES - THE BRITISH ARE COMING!!
With Duane McAndrew

Well… exciting times!! Great War is about to receive some welcome attention, so I thought I’d put my two cents (or two bob’s) worth in on the British starter box. For those returning to this era (or never left) and those that are new to this era, getting a British starter box, Mitchell’s Marauders is a great starting point to build or enlarge an existing army.

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EXCITING TIMES - THE BRITISH ARE COMING!!

Getting Started in the Great War with Brett’s Brawlers

Getting Started in the Great War with Brett’s Brawlers
With For Warned Forearmed

Hi all, and welcome back to another article with your local S2. This time we are taking a trip into history as we look at starting a new army in the Great War. The group I game with is looking at trying something different, and we decided it would be interesting to give Great War a go as it’s a niche game with interesting game mechanics that are similar to Flames Of War and WWIII: Team Yankee for the base rules but change slightly to show just how much it was a war of attrition until the invention of the Tank. 

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Last Updated On Monday, December 18, 2023 by Ryan Smith