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Desert Carnage - The Second Battle of Nanawa, July 1933

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Desert Carnage - The Second Battle of Nanawa, July 1933
Category: War Games
Author: Perry Moore
Publish Year: 2019
Dimensions: 8.5x11.25x.25"
Restockable: Yes
Type: Ziplock

Desert Carnage - The Second Battle of Nanawa, July 1933

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Desert Carnage: The Second Battle of Nanawa, July 1933 covers the three-day battle between Bolivia and Paraguay during the long Chaco War. The Chaco War remains the only declared war that occurred in South America. In brief, Bolivia wanted access to the Atlantic, and demanded Paraguay cede territory. The earlier discoveries of minerals and oil by Shell and Standard Oil prompted both companies to pursue these objectives in concordance with the Bolivian government through the Chaco desert area. For Bolivia, access to the Atlantic would allow projected oil pipelines to the Paraguay River to be build and allow for commerce.

The three-day battle ended with the Bolivians surrounding but failing to seize Nanawa due to growing Paraguayan resistance (the Bolivians had no reserves), eventually both sides returned to their starting positions by the end of the third day. Can you do as well or better?