BEACH RED – Guadalcanal
Frontline Books – Overview
Pacific & South East Asia 1941 – 45: Rulebook / Regelwerk (english & deutsch)
Battle Organizer Books: Tarawa, Guadalcanal (Beach Red & Tokyo Express), Great Asia War
Tabletop miniatures size: 1/100 to 1/72 to 1/56 (28mm).
Beach Red – Guadalcanal US Forces in the Pacific Theatre 1942 – 1943
Frontline – “Beach Red” – Guadalcanal US Forces – Pacific Theatre 1942 – 1943 (Book) FR001 – 93 pages, softcover book, printed in good quality and in full colour. Contains 7 US lists, special rules, a story part about the setting of the historical battle of Guadalcanal in 1942 to 1943 between the US and the Japanese forces. (Book and PDF)
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Spotlight: What’s in the Book
The battle for Guadalcanal, codenamed “Operation Watchtower” (August 7, 1942 – February 9, 1943) was the first battle in the American amphibious campaign against Japanese Forces in the Pacific. It was fought on and around the Island of Guadalcanal in the Pacific theatre of WWII.
Contains 7 US lists, special rules, a story part about the setting and the historical battle of Guadalcanal in 1942 to 1943 between the US and the Japanese forces.
– US 1st Marines
– US 2nd Marines
– US 25th Infantry
– US 23rd Infantry
– US Parachute List
– US Marine Raiders
– US Tanks
Plus: Missions for Guadalcanal (Battle at the Tenaru):
– Jungle Mission
– Tunnel Mission
– Island Mission
Historical information about US Tanks and Vehicles on Guadalcanal:
– Stuart Tanks in the Pacific
– Amphibious Landing Crafts
– Alligators (LVT)
Plus: Detailed maps, cards, inspiring photos and 3D graphics
At Guadalcanal started the long way to the final Japanese surrender and the end of World War II. The price paid was very high on both sides.
“Tokyo Express no longer has terminus on Guadalcanal.” – Major General Alexander Patch, USA, Commander US Forces on Guadalcanal
About the Books
Based on historical facts the books cover the period 1941 – 1945 and create briefings for playing Allied/US and Japanese tabletop armies and enable wargamers to refight the famous battles in Burma, the Philippines, the East Indies, Solomon Islands and New Guniea, including Guadalcanal, Bourgainville and at last the Gilbert Island campaign with the battle of Tarawa, the landing on Betio Island in November 1943, the battles for Saipan 1944 and Iwo Jima 1945. You can choose from various lists and historical briefings for appropriate company sized battles for any size of tabletop miniatures from 1/100 to 1/72 or 28mm. In the books and in our apps we included all you need to set up your armies for this specific Pacific theatre. You can configure your company with a typical HQ, Combat and Weapons Platoons and of course some support units. You find all this in full overview on the company diagrams, with special rules, point values and more to use for many rule systems and, of course, our Core Rulebook for the Pacific and South East Asia.