LCP, Anzio - was due Monday and was delayed by/in customs now due by Friday 15th - In Stock
GMT Next War Poland - was due Wednesday and was delayed by an "Airline Error" now due by Friday 15th - In Stock
C3i-Magazine Wakefield was delayed leaving USA and should be here w/c 18th December
Sherry Enterprises was delayed leaving USA may be here w/c 18th December
Columbia Games - Combat Infantry due 18th December
We are a family run business and make effort to spend time with our families at this time of the year. We will be working upto the Thursday before Christmas and prioritising First Class and Next Day deliveries in the immediate run up. Orders placed between Thursday 21st December and Tuesday 2nd January may be processed at our discretion during this period. We will be back in from Tuesday 2nd January and hope to catch up on back orders in that first week of 2018.
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These are guidelines and we cannot actually guarantee anything. We will do our best to get orders out but order early to avoid disappointment.
An early morning fog burned off with the dawn, and revealed two long columns of scarlet and blue clad troops. This was His Majesty's Royal Army, commanded by General Sir William Howe. They were marching through the extreme southeastern corner of Pennsylvania and heading toward fledgling America's capital at Philadelphia. Only short weeks earlier this army had disembarked at Head of Elk, Maryland, after a 32-day voyage from New York City aboard the largest armada North America has ever seen. With some 14,000 troops, including crack German mercenaries and elite American Loyalist units, Howe's army was about to execute a flanking maneuver of "Jacksonian" proportions.
General George Washington, holding interior lines at Morristown, New Jersey, was unsure whether Howe would move north in support of the British invasion from Canada (see Saratoga, 1777), or whether he would move south against the Capital. Once the armada set sail, however, Washington shifted southwest and took up a naturally strong defensive position, on high ground behind Brandywine Creek, astride the main road to Philadelphia. Washington posted his troops advantageously and in depth. Control of the fords of the Brandywine would be the key to his position and although a possible flank attack was discussed, it's likelihood was discounted on the strength of local information.
Thus the stage was set. Howe, pursuing a strategy of posts, sought European style victory in a sudden taking of the enemy capital. Washington wrote, "Should they push their designs against Philadelphia...they will put the contest on the event of a single battle. If they are overthrown...the war is at an end. One bold stroke will free the land."Game Features
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