This bibliography provides a very detailed profile of the sources available on the Western European Resistance to German occupation in World War II. It sows the source material utilized both in creating the game design for Set Europe Ablaze and in compiling the historical studies which accompany that publication.
Here I discuss the history of the game Kanev:Parachutes Across the Dnepr, September 23-26, 1943. The piece describes the evolution of the game through two editions and provides errata questions and answers.
This is a game variant for the boardgame Panzerkrieg that permits players to add a level of play, injecting the element of Intelligence Deception into game strategy. Using this game variant the player can mislead the opponent into diverting forces in useless missions. For the Six Angles edition of the More Info »
A photo showing the boardgame Panzerkrieg in play. The view here reflects the situation during the second turn of the game. This is the post-Kursk situation of 1943, but using the "Manstein's Alternative" scenario, which is an alternate history version that provides for Hitler not having insisted on the German More Info »
In the course of working with Masahiro Yamazaki on the Six Angles edition of the boardgame Panzerkrieg I realized that in none of its several publications had this game been provided with Designer's Notes. So I briefly created a set which you can download as a product here.