Great War At Sea: 1904-1905 - The Russo-Japanese War
From the Publisher...
Before there was Midway, before there was Jutland, before there was even a Titanic, there was Tsushima: The most decisive naval battle of the 20th Century. An Emperor rose, a Czar fell & Japan had proclaimed its entry into the modern world. It was unthinkable that a newly awakened feudal country like Japan could possibly confront a powerful European Great Power such as Imperial Russia. Tsar Nicholas II predicted "a short, victorious war," and anticipated a stunning victory at sea. Events were about to prove him wrong on both counts.
1904-1905 includes: 210 Counters,
One 25"x30" strategic map,
One 25"x25" tactical map,
16 page Rulebook,
12 page Scenario book
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