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Victory in the Pacific

Alexander Kiralfy

Victory in the Pacific

how we must defeat Japan

by Alexander Kiralfy

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Published by John Day in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • World War, 1939-1945 -- Japan,
  • World War, 1939-1945 -- United States

  • Edition Notes

    Statement[by] Alexander Kiralfy, with maps and diagrams by the author
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiv, 283 p.
    Number of Pages283
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14724932M
    LC Control Number42036232

    If all the ships of the listed type are sunk, then the Allied player must remove some other British ship of his choice in place of the listed ship. Sequence of Play - In each activity the Japanese player moves or fires first, then the Allied player. This adds a number of interesting points to play. If he does not control a port or base in the sea are, he may not place an air unit there. These ships cannot move and are patrollers. It was shot on August 14,shortly after the announcement by President Truman occurred and people began to gather in celebration.

    Carriers attacking the same port or base attack at the same time. I found the fighting relationship of the Australians alongside the Americans quite interesting. The bottom line is that this area poses tough strategic questions for both sides. This is a wonderful clue to the type of author Marrin is. The Netherlands has one national and several regional or local remembrance services on or around August Sure, maintaining Singapore and controlling Indonesia are worthwhile…up to a point.

    If the game goes down to the wire, most likely the POC for the Japanese Islands will be the decisive factor on Turn 8. You can bet the IJN will make it expensive. The HagueNetherlands. Each repair point allows the port to remove one point of damage per turn. The Japanese player states his intention first.


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Victory in the Pacific by Alexander Kiralfy Download PDF Ebook

This is a tougher decision than it seems. This area is just not worth a major effort for either side. The key point for the Victory in the Pacific book to remember when attempting this is that there will be no element of surprise.

Roosevelt to write the history of U. Fight on! Maybe a little too much technical detail, but a great read. A player can always choose either type of action, regardless of what he has chosen before and regardless of whether he has ships that can attack in that type of action.

Combat - 7. The process is repeated for every round in every sea area. It was shot on August 14,shortly after the announcement by President Truman occurred and people began to gather in celebration. Be patient, conserve your strength, and then blow a hole in either the Marshall Islands or the South Pacific on Turn 5.

Luckily for the USN and the BritsIJN returns from the previous turn to Saigon or Singapore will telegraph these intentions well enough in advance to give the allies some ability to parry the threat, usually with an LBA commitment.

What kind of action occurs in Indonesia, anyway? Albert Marrin is a master at weaving personal perspective and historical material smoothly to give readers an Victory in the Pacific book and reliable account of the subject. I'll play it with a "bid" Victory in the Pacific book 4 POC which will be applied in the Allies favor at game's end, as I feel Japan has an edge in the game although they almost always lose the war and I'm more practiced at playing Japan in this particular strategy.

Many officers and men who participated in this campaign have contributed to the preparation of this monograph by generously answering specific inquiries, commenting on preliminary drafts, or submitting to interview.

Realistically, Lae and Guadalcanal can be taken early by the IJN if they pursue aggressive patrol postures on turns two and three, thus either forcing allied LBA to defend key home areas or locking out the USN due to control flags. Then he places control pieces on all the sea areas, ports and bases he controls at the start, which are listed under TURN 1 on his chart.

The Allied player places all of his ships and units on the squares identified for them on these charts.

The reason for this is due to the fact that the USN needs to threaten the Japanese Islands preferably through high-POC Indonesia with patrollers in the endgame, and Lae is the best base for this.

Note that speeds of 7 and 8 always pass. Example: 3 units invade a base containing one amphibious unit. All ships or units in the sea area can be attacked.

Points of control POC are earned based on how many zones a player controls in that turn. At the start of the night action the Allied player must name which Allied carriers will fire, so the Japanese player will know which carriers he can shoot at. Airstrikes do not attack and are ignored.

Therefore, if or when Midway needs to be retaken by the USN, it is more economical to attempt it by encirclement on Turns 5, 6 or 7 and concentrate the marines in the more POC-rich areas to the south. NOTE: We particularly suggest that you use rule 20, which adds flavor and historical accuracy to the surprise attack on Pearl Harbor.

If it is slower than all ships and units in the group, it cannot pursue that group. For the IJN, this perimeter area is one of diminishing importance as the game wears on. Japanese landings take place before Allied landings.

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It is the only game I know that covers the entire Pacific War and can be completed in one afternoon or evening.