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“The Iranians are good fighters; they are very stubborn, high-achievers; not afraid of death; loyal to their leaders. Nevertheless, they are human and have limits. Religion is not enough.”—Iraqi Major General Aladdin Hussein Makki Khamas. 

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Game Design: Perry Moore Editing: Paul Rohrbaugh and Geroge Young Graphics: Ilya Kudriashov Playtesting: Malcom Best, Brian Brennan, Rolf Dyugy, Tom Kazakoff, Paul Rohrbaugh and George Young

Mounted counters are available for an additional $5.00

Two 11" by 17" map sections | 108 unmounted, double-sided counters | One Players’ Aid Sheet | One, 7 page Rule Book 

Breakout to Paris depicts the third German Aisne offensive. It followed Operation Michel in March. General Erich Ludendorff was determined to win the war, and these offensives were Germany's last attempts. Ludendorff’s earlier Operation Michel was a near catastrophe for the Allies and Operation Blücher would be just as dire and another German near miss with the German offensive ending within hours of reaching Paris.

Some historians claim the two American divisions timely arrival saved Paris from calamity. The German offensive within a period of a few days had created a huge bulge and gained over 35 miles and had taken 50,000 Allied prisoners.
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