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 Encyclopedia article on Blitzkrieg [EncycloZine]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
The term blitzkrieg was coined by Western journalists during the 1939 German invasion of Poland and refered to a distinct form of warfare used primarily by Germany during the Second World War.
Blitzkrieg operations were first conducted by the German Wehrmacht during the Polish September Campaign of 1939.
Blitzkrieg was very effective against static defence doctrines, that most countries developed in the aftermath of the First World War.
encyclozine.com /Blitzkrieg   (4924 words)

 Blitzkrieg - CDV Software Entertainment AG
While evenings are a relaxing time for most, in the war-torn world of Blitzkrieg 2, evening is the deadliest time of all, and we have the screenshots to prove it.
CDV has updated the Blitzkrieg 2 official site today to include descriptions and images of the naval forces of Germany, the Soviet Union, Japan and the United States.
The updated online encyclopedia can be found at Blitzkrieg 2 Encyclopedia, and is packed with information about the military units of all the nations from CDV's upcoming historical WWII RTS - Blitzkrieg 2.
www.blitzkrieg.de /index.php?page=news.en.bh&pnr=4   (519 words)

 Strategic Command 2: Blitzkrieg[PC] | Games Encyclopedia | GamePressure   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Combining the ease of play and accessibility of the original Strategic Command, Strategic Command 2 Blitzkrieg adds tons of new features including many player submitted suggestions.
Bigger, better and expandable, Strategic Command 2 Blitzkrieg is an evolutionary as well as revolutionary new grand strategy game.
Read below for a glimpse of what's in store for you in Strategic Command 2 Blitzkrieg!
www.gamepressure.com /game_info.asp?ID=2958   (462 words)

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