A No Pasaran! The Battle of La Coruña Road, January 3-16, 1937 egy kiváló társasjáték, 1 - 2 játékos részére, az átlagos játékidő hosszú, akár 2 - 3 óra is lehet. A társast, 12 éves kortól ajánljuk kipróbálni. A játékmenet erősen épít a hatszög-rács és a kártya húzás mechanizmusokra.
Following the successful stand by the Republicans at Madrid Nationalist Generalissimo, Francisco Franco ordered an attack northwest of the city to cut off its water supply from...
Following the successful stand by the Republicans at Madrid Nationalist Generalissimo, Francisco Franco ordered an attack northwest of the city to cut off its water supply from the south. Other Nationalist forces attacked from the north and east to surround the capital and lay siege. In mid-December 1936 the Nationalists launched their offensives, but these soon bogged down at the end of the month due to inclement weather and a lack of fuel. During the respite both sides rushed reinforcements to the front along the road from Madrid to La Coruña. Besides additional troops and aircraft, tanks were sent in large numbers by both sides. For the Nationalists, new Panzer I tanks from Germany were deployed for the first time in the war, along with more CV-33 tanks from Italy. The Republicans dispatched T-26 tanks and BA-6 armored cars that had just arrived from the Soviet Union. One of the largest battles of the war was about to be fought for control of Spain’s capital.
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Each copy of No Pasaran! is composed of the following:
• Two 11 by 17 inch map sections with Turn and Game Record tracks.
• 77 un-mounted, double sided units.
• 7 pages of rules.
Players will also need a standard deck of playing cards and a six-sided die (D6) to play the game.
Units represent regiments or brigades or regiments (infantry, cavalry and garrison infantry) and companies (armor). Each turn represents two days of time. A map hex is a little less than 1.5 miles across.
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