Strategy & Tactics 315, Mar-Apr 2019

Red Tide South - A Potential Soviet Attack on Italy: A number of factors raised the potential for World War III in the early 1980s. While the main Soviet threat was aimed at Germany, danger also lurked in southern Europe and the Mediterranean.Other Articles:Bloody Stalemate at Borodino: The French invasion of Russia in 1812 was intended to be a knockout blow, but the Russians let the scorched earth of their hinterland sap French strength. Finally, in September, the Russians turned to fight near the village of Borodino, opening the possibility of the long-sought decisive battle.Second Boer War: The Second Boer War, lasting from the summer of 1899 to the spring of 1902, pitted the British Empire against two small Boer Republics in South Africa.Bronze Age Cataclysm - The Collapse of the Civilized Near East: From the 12th to 11th centuries BC, a series of conflicts in the eastern Mediterranean brought about the collapse of the civilized Near East.Strategy & Tactics

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