Noruega 1940

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In Norway 1940 players can command the forces of either side, seeking to co-ordinate air, sea and land operations from Oslo to the Arctic Circle. The design offers a unique and challenging presentation of one of the most interesting of World War Two’s early campaigns.

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    Noruega 1940

    Noruega 1940

    In Norway 1940 players can command the forces of either side, seeking to co-ordinate air, sea and land operations from Oslo to the Arctic Circle. The design offers a unique and challenging presentation of one of the most interesting of World War Two’s early campaigns.

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    Julián Zugazagoitia, 5 - Lonja 2
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    In April 1940 Hitler’s forces moved against Norway. With a serious lack of naval support and limited supply, it was a colossal gamble. When the operation threatened to founder, Hitler almost succumbed to a complete failure of nerve.

    In Norway 1940 players can command the forces of either side, seeking to co-ordinate air, sea and land operations from Oslo to the Arctic Circle. The design offers a unique and challenging presentation of one of the most interesting of World War Two’s early campaigns.

    An easy to learn game model allows players to revisit and reshape the key operational decisions that very nearly gave the Third Reich its first defeat.

      

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    • Players: 2
    • Playing time: 180 min.
    • Language: English, Spanish
    • Age: 14+

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    In Norway 1940 players can command the forces of either side, seeking to co-ordinate air, sea and land operations from Oslo to the Arctic Circle. The design offers a unique and challenging presentation of one of the most interesting of World War Two’s early campaigns.

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