(Published in June 2013, 196 pages.)
Volume I is separated into two parts. The first part is concerned with the basic philosophy behind using sophisticated and historically accurate military-simulations to study military history. It then focuses on the principles and the structures of the methodology that is applied in the subsequent volumes, and uses many of the events and weapons from Operation Barbarossa as illustrative case studies.
The second part of Volume I is concerned with the detail of how weapon system effectiveness is measured and analysed. It includes the methodology for calculating a myriad range of parameters for land based weapons and aircraft. These include parameters such as: relative anti-personnel values, relative anti-tank values, relative fortification destructive effect, and relative armour defence values (to quote a few).
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