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This Year We’re off to Sunny Spain…Again

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No Costa Brava planes involved as, through the miracle of Lard technology, we can whisk you to the Spanish Civil War with just one single download!
Last Christmas Rolf and Jim provided the superb Spanish Civil War lists for Chain of Command. We have now wrapped all of those individual lists up in one big bundle so you can keep all of that great information in one piece. Once again this is free to download and contains all you need to build your faction, select your support options and get playing. Once again, this is a free download, as are all of the standard army lists for Chain of Command.
You can get your copy of ¡Espana! right here: ¡Espana!
And don’t forget, we have a whole bundle of free WWII lists on the TooFatLardies Forum here: https://toofatlardies.co.uk/forum/viewtopic.php?f=35&t=228

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