Panzer Grenadier: Go for Broke
They were suspected of being Japanese sympathizers and collaborators during World War II. Their families were confined in "relocation camps" such as Manzinar. Many of their loved ones fell ill and died during internment, and many more had their homes taken from them. But they were determined to prove their honor. They enlisted in the U.S. Army to fight the Germans. They were the men of the 442nd Infantry Brigade - a segregated unit comprised entirely of Japanese-Americans. And they became the most decorated unit in all of World War II.
PG: Go for Broke is the story of these brave soldiers, who suffered in battle against the Germans and in discrimination from their own country. This Panzer Grenadier supplement includes 77 new counters, historical information, and scenarios.
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