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Miniatures: The 149th Battle of Vogellsdorf – Phase One (A Photo Essay)

Miniatures: The 149th Battle of Vogellsdorf – Phase One (A Photo Essay)

Fred Manzo April 27, 2014 0

  By Fred Manzo The Battle of Vogelsdorf (Episode 1 of 2) Last night we fought the 149th battle of Vogellsdorf. This time the village was defended by a mixed force of Space Marines

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Fred Manzo April 26, 2014 0

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Welcome Everyone – from The Boardgaming Way, an online gaming magazine.

Welcome Everyone – from The Boardgaming Way, an online gaming magazine.

Fred Manzo April 23, 2014 11

Welcome, All: Today is a special day for me. It’s the day we launch a project that I’ve been kicking around for some time: my own independent, online, gaming magazine. Its name is The Boardgaming

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The South Cocoon: a paper by Ryan Owens based on the testimony of Joseph Lutrario, the only person pulled alive from the WTC’s South Tower on 9/11.

The South Cocoon: a paper by Ryan Owens based on the testimony of Joseph Lutrario, the only person pulled alive from the WTC’s South Tower on 9/11.

Other April 23, 2014 0

“The South Cocoon” is a paper by Ryan Owens based on the testimony of Joseph Lutrario, the only person pulled alive from the WTC’s South Tower on 9/11. Description Page 305 of the 9/11

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What Happened to the Hood? An Analysis  (Part 1)

What Happened to the Hood? An Analysis (Part 1)

Paul Comben April 23, 2014 6

By Paul Comben On 26th May 1941, just two days after the loss of HMS Hood, Admiral of the Fleet, Lord Chatfield, had a letter published in The Times. Pulling no punches whatsoever, Chatfield

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Counter Commands – Administration and Leadership on the Wargame Map – An Analysis

Counter Commands – Administration and Leadership on the Wargame Map – An Analysis

Paul Comben April 23, 2014 0

By Paul Comben Counter Commands Administration and Leadership on the Wargame Map “Now You Are In Command!” That was the proud boast on the boxes of the very first Avalon Hill wargames I owned

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Habitual History and the High Ground – An Analysis

Habitual History and the High Ground – An Analysis

Paul Comben April 23, 2014 0

Habitual History and the High Ground By Paul Comben I first visited Senlac Hill, by long tradition the accepted site of the battle of Hastings, more than thirty years ago. I went there because

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Washington Post:  In the world of war games, Volko Ruhnke has  become a hero

Washington Post: In the world of war games, Volko Ruhnke has become a hero

Other April 22, 2014 0

War game designer Volko Rulnke plays the board game Angola at the World boardgaming Championships in Lancaster, PA., in August. (Al Tielemans/For The Washington Post) Written by Jason Albert  At the last stop on a

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The Economist: To understand war, American officials are playing board games

The Economist: To understand war, American officials are playing board games

Other April 22, 2014 0

Military strategy War games Mar 15th 2014  TWO evenings a month, four dozen defence and intelligence officials gather in an undisclosed building in Virginia. They chat informally about “what if” scenarios. For example: what

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Financial Times: War games in The Hague: global leaders 1, bad guys 0

Financial Times: War games in The Hague: global leaders 1, bad guys 0

Other April 22, 2014 0

Barack Obama, Xi Jinping, David Cameron and 50 other world leaders are battling against the clock to protect the world from a “dirty bomb” attack by terrorists in the heart of a major financial

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