Moscow vs. Barbarossa, 1941


A Note on Copyright

Moscow vs. Barbarossa, 1941 is COPYRIGHTED -- NOT Public Domain -- and FREE under the following conditions:

Dedication:

Moscow vs. Barbarossa, 1941 is dedicated to ...
A. The peoples of the former Soviet Union and of Poland who fought and won the biggest war front against Nazi evil.
B. The Russian people who lived in the path of the Nazi war machine and who suffered so terribly during "Operation Typhoon."
C. My children Rebecca, Robert, Rohan, and Johanna, in the hope that they may never have to go through a world war:

The more we learn about the Second World War, the better our chances that it will be the LAST world war.


A Request: If you do assemble and play this free game of mine, PLEASE let me know at ELCOAT@hotmail.com what you think of it and whether, after more than a couple games, you think one side or the other has an advantage. Thanks!


A cardstock paper model (I designed and built) of a light BT-5 (Bistro [Fast] Tank) like most of the Russian tanks in the battle.
And here is its plan

And now: Here are Moscow vs. Barbarossa, 1941 components, to print off and assemble so that it may be played. Players-students will also need a single six-sided die (or chits numbered 1-6, to be drawn out of a hat) for the randomized combat results tables.

Comments by myself and others about the game can be read on its thread on Talk ConSimWorld and on its thread on www.BoardGameGeek.com

If you are a friend, and/or if you would like to share info and ideas about military and naval history and game designing and cardstock model shipbuilding, and/or you have any questions about Moscow vs. Barbarossa 1941 feel free to e-mail me at ELCOAT@Hotmail.com

Thank you for your interest in my game ....

(Revised 17Jan14)