The Korean War Databook

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The Korean War Databook

Postby Whiterook » Fri May 13, 2016 9:54 pm

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This is the latest databook in a line that stretches from the WWI period, through to the Korean War.

The Korean War Databook has a short history of the conflict, extensive timeline covering major events that took place during the period, and information covering an astounding 19 nationalities. You will find over 1,000 entries of equipment, TO&E, troop types, and special rules for the entire conflict.

The meat of this book is the equipment tables, aircraft tables, ordnance tables, naval support equipment, and small arms information. Well over 600 pieces of equipment have been detailed! Virtually every piece of equipment used in Korean War can be found in this supplement, from the infamous Russian T-34/85 tank to the U.S. M46 Patton tank.

Every country that was involved in the conflict will have:

1. Equipment Tables
2. Troop Quality and Troop Type Tables detailing the five quality levels represented in the game. In addition, numerous specialty troops are also detailed.
3. Tables of Equipment and Organization (TOE) - 18 of the 19 countries have at least one TO&E, while many have several. With this extensive collection, players can build upon real-life TO&E for their games.

Finally, the Korean War Databook contains all the special rules you may need to fight with the equipment, or use the tactics, of the Korean War. Everything you would require to play in the Korean War, with virtually any combatant, can be found here.

The Mein Panzer Core Rules system is a flexible and expandable 1:1 miniature tabletop combined-arms experience for recreating 20th and 21st Century combined-arms ground warfare games. Designed for use with miniature scales from 6mm up to 15mm, this allows players to face off and fight historical or non-historical battles. You can play tank versus tank battles, or pit infantry squads versus infantry squads. Based on the innovative Drop-In system, you can add in artillery, aircraft, engineering, command and morale, and much, much more to your tabletop game experience.

A copy of the Mein Panzer Core Rules is needed to fully utilize the contents of this publication. However, with a few adjustments, the data and scenarios can be enjoyed using almost any rule system on the market today.

Look for other products in the Mein Panzer line from Old Dominion Game Works. Products such as additional scenario packs, campaign packs, databooks, and other supplements that expand upon the Mein Panzer Core Rules system can be found at the website at
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