War ’44 is a set of free wargames rules designed for play with a seven year old. They would be good as an introductory game.
The Daily Beast has an interesting article about the market for Nazi memorabilia, war collectibles, and how a thrift store in Ohio may just have a pair of Eva Braun’s panties.
Panzerschlacht is a set of free wargames rules for WWII micro armor. The author writes:
This is the World War 2 version of AToS. It uses exactly the same game mechanisms and, apart from the weapon factors, the only difference is that the ground scale has been increased to 1mm = 1 metre to allow for more aesthetically pleasing ranges.
In our games we mark all casualties on the vehicle and figure bases. This allows a paperless game with no book-keeping whatever. By allowing the models to represent more than one vehicle it becomes possible to field an entire panzer division on an eight by six foot table.
Off The Beach is Brian Gill’s board game based on the D-Day landing on the Beaches of Normandy in 1941. The Americans are trying to get off the beach and clear the Dog Green section of the beach of German resistance. The winner is the last player that has men on the board.