So which game in the series do you think is the easiest to learn?

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I prefer Center. The field is more open for blitzkrieg.
I think Army Group South is the easiest. It is a good game. Ron
Tough question. I'd agree with Skip and Ron that these two games are the ones to start with. Much depends on the personality of the players. BARBAROSSA: ARMY GROUP CENTER requires a very masochistic and patient Soviet player who relishes the puzzle of squeaking out a win despite all the mayhem on the board. BARBAROSSA: ARMY GROUP SOUTH is better if you don't have that.


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