Veracruz: U.S. Invasion of Mexico, was originally published in Strategy & Tactics magazine #63. Veracruz is an operational simulation of General Winfield Scott’s Mexican campaign, which took place between March and September 1847. The invasion was an American effort to end the Mexican War by marching into the heart of Central Mexico to capture the capital, Mexico City. Diplomatically, it ended the decades of border disputes and opened up vast new territories, which in turn led to the Gold Rush of ’49 and the Great Compromise of 1850.
Édition de 1977. Jeu d’occasion, n’ayant jamais servi (planche de pions intacte – unpunched), bon état de la boîte, manuel légèrement abimé, casier de rangements inclus et bon état général pour l’intérieur. Fourni avec un dé.