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Description: This wargame simulates the defense of South-West Africa against the Commonwealth forces which invaded it at the outset of Word War I. The German defenders, although outnumbered, put up a well thought out defense and achieved initial successes until the weight of the South African army, reinforced by other Commonwealth units, eventually crushed the defense.
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