Vae Victis is the premier French wargaming magazine. Published every two months, it comes complete with a hexmap game with each edition covering all periods of history.
The magazine is 80 pages with full colour illustraions throughout.
The text in the magazine is in French, but is generally easy to follow with even a basic or holiday knowledge of the language or you could use a translate app on a phone or tablet.
The game that is included has FREE downloadable rules in ENGLISH and we supply these from The Little Corporal with every purchase of this magazine.
- Stalingrad ’42
- Fortress Europa
- Command & Colors Medieval
- Black Orchestra
- Front Toward Ennemy
- Civilisation of the Inner Sea
- Soleil Noir
- Fate of the Reiter
- Advanced Squad Leader
- Memory 44
- What a Tanker
Le siège de Malte
Alsace 1945 avec BA
Le Bren Carrier
Ballade au Hanovre, règles « série 120 » pour la Guerre de 7 ans
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- Bautzen 1813
Bautzen is a game for two players that simulates the second battle day of Bautzen, the second main battle of the spring 1813 Napoleonic campaign. The 21st of May, The Emperor Napoleon assaulted the fortified positions of the Russo-Prussian army of Wittgenstein and Blücher. The total victory the Emperor needed depended on Marshall Ney, who however did not completely fulfilled his enveloping manoeuver.
The rule is an evolution of the Battle of Paris (VV 114).
- Complexity: 6/10
- Solo playability: 8/10
- Duration: 2-3 hours
- One turn: 1 hour
- One unit: 1 division or 1 brigade