FOLIO #9~~ALGERIAN BATTLE FOR INDEPENDENCE, 1954-1962
Game Design: Brian Train
The discount on these games is very slim, so we carry it as a courtesy to you (and to OSS!)
From the company blurb:
Algeria is a game simulating the conflict between the FLN Arab nationalist guerrillas and the French government from 1954 to 1962. During the game, the FLN player tries to erode the authority of the French colonial authorities and replace their governing structures with his own, to the point that Algeria makes the transition from being the 10th department of France to national independence.
The 22 x 17" map is an abstracted representation of Algeria, divided into areas. The 140 die-cut, full color counters represent small or large military or paramilitary formations including FLN fronts and cadres, Algerian paramilitary units, and French regular and elite units.
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$24.95 Regular Price
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