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The Charles S. Roberts Awards (or CSR Awards) are given annually for excellence in the historical wargaming hobby. It is named after Charles S. Roberts the "Father of Wargaming" who founded Avalon Hill. The award is informally called a "Charlie" and officially called a "Charles S. Roberts Award".

The Best Twentieth Century Game award was given each year from 1978-1986 as part of the Charles S. Roberts awards.

Winners

Year Game of the Year Designer
1986
Fortress America
Michael Gray

1985
World in Flames
Harry Rowland

1984
Vietnam 1965-1975
Nick Karp

1983
Ambush!
Eric Lee Smith

1982
Storm over Arnhem
Courtney F. Allen

1981
Wings: World War One Plane to Plane Combat 1916-1918
S. Craig Taylor

1980
Crescendo of Doom
Don Greenwood

1979
Cityfight: Modern Combat in the Urban Environment
Joseph M. Balkoski

1978
To the Green Fields Beyond: The Battle of Cambrai, 1917
David C. Isby

Nominees

1986
Only winners announced in this category

1985
Only winners announced in this category

1984
Clash of Steel
Cold War
Panzer Commander Afrika
The Third World War: Battle for Germany

1983
Only winners announced in this category

1982
Black Sea Black Death
Bomber: A Game of Daylight Bombing of Europe
G.I. Anvil of Victory
Their Finest Hour

1981
The Desert Fox: Rommel's Campaign for North Africa April 1941-December 1942
The Fall of France
Spies!
TaskForce: Naval Tactics and Operations in the 1980's

1980
Berlin '85: The Enemy at the Gates
Fifth Corps: The Soviet Breakthrough at Fulda
Fortress Europa
Kursk: History's Greatest Tank Battle, July 1943

1979
Only winners announced in this category

1978
Air Assault on Crete / Invasion of Malta: 1942
Cross of Iron: A Squad Leader Gamette
Operation Crusader
The Next War: Modern Conflict in Europe

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