Veracruz: U.S. Invasion of Mexico 1847

Number: 63




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Product condition: used

Good condition, punched copy although the map has been damaged due to being previously mounted.

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Simulation: Veracruz 1847

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.

The map depicts central Mexico down to Mexico City, the target of the American player. Players have to deal with supply and a complex set of morale rules. Counters represent basic units, horses, naval units, and leaders. Other counters indicate supply, unit effectiveness, entrenchments, cities etc. Med complex, 200 counters, 2 players, 2 hours.

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Veracruz: US Invasion of Mexico, 1847 R. Berg, J. Balkowski