80 color pages, articles mainly analyze beach landings in both the ETO and PTO. Includes map LFT 2 (very large hill), two ASL solo scenarios, and 10 ASL scenarios, focusing on the Pacific Theater and the Chinese Civil War, almost all in English.
SASL FT-1 Hit Them Hard: You play Nationalist Chinese forces trained by the Germans involved in a counter-attack in Shanghai, 15 August 1937.
SASL FT-2 Against Ill Advice: You play Japanese army troops sent ahead in Malaya to defend a beach against British counterattacks.
ASL FT 136 Shanghai by Sea: Nationalist Chinese versus Japanese Shanghai Expeditionary Force making a beach assault in Wusong (south of Shanghai), 23 August 1937.
ASL FT 137 300: Last stand in Shanghai of the Nationalist Chinese 88th Division (German-trained) against the Japanese Shanghai Expeditionary Force, 30 October 1937.
ASL FT 138 Meeting Up at Matan: Nationalist Chinese against Japan's Formosa Infantry Brigade west of Wuhan, 24 June 1938.
ASL FT 139 Ride of the 200th: Japanese Infantry versus Nationalist Chinese armor in Kunlun Pass in south China, 19 December 1939.
ASL FT 140 Chinese Raiders: Nationalist Chinese irregular forces fighting in Vietnam against Vichy French helped by Meos partisan forces, 1-2 June 1942.
ASL FT 141 Easy Day at Volupai: Japanese infantry versus U.S. marines in New Britain, 6 March 1944.
ASL FT 142 Cut, Slash and Mow Down: U.S. infantry defend against elements of the crack Japanese 6th infantry on Bougainville, 24 March 1944.
ASL FT 143 Red Scare: Fighting between Nationalist and Communist Chinese forces in North China, 13 November 1948.
ASL FT 144 Tigers of Pantang: Fighting between Nationalist and Communist Chinese in North China, 16 November 1948.
ASL FT 145 Bears of Kinmen: Nationalist infantry defend against Communist Chinese beach assaults on Kinmen Island, just off the coast of Fukien province, 25 October 1949.