KONARMIYA is a simulation game of the battles between Soviet Russia and the Republic of Poland during the summer of 1920 (the climactic portion of the entire Russo-Polish War¸ which began in 1919). The game is for two players¸ who respectively play the roles of M. N. Tukhachevsky¸ commander of the Soviet forces (the Red Player)¸ and Josef Pilsudski¸ commander of the Polish forces (the White player). Colorful counters¸ a detailed hexmap¸ and other components provide everything needed to refight this conflict which was to have a profound influence on Russian history. It is intended for two players¸ but is also suitable for solitaire play. Complexity is medium¸ and the game can typically be played in three hours or less. COUNTER STRIKE BONUS: This game can also serve as a 'prequel' to FREIKORPS¸ another game designed by Brian Train which is currently available as Fiery Dragon stock code FDP5003X. FREIKORPS is an alternate-history game assuming that the Soviets won the battle of Warsaw in August 1920¸ and decide to keep going for the ultimate prize: Berlin. Both games use a compatible rules system¸ and the western Konarmiya map has been drawn to mate with the Freikorps map. Therefore¸ the maps and counters can be used together to play out one long game.