The point's been made earlier--GDW in its heyday (and CONFLICT for that matter) did games--good games--on topics nobody else would touch back in the 1970s and 1980s. Today, we take this for granted--after all, World War I and Ancients games are hot sellers (right GMT?). But that wasn't always the case. GDW published games on Burma, the Crimean War, Dien Bien Phu, Chinese Farm 1973, Torgau and Lobositz (Frederick the Great), as well as many others. Conflict did Verdun, Kalkhin Gol, and others. What were your favorite "arcane" games by GDW and Conflict Games...and why?