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A “Thunder in the Ozarks: The Battle of Pea Ridge” Review

A “Thunder in the Ozarks: The Battle of Pea Ridge” Review

Other December 10, 2017 0

By Tom J. Shields: I didn’t expect this. A revelation for me, fantastic gameplay and narrative, but also sending me down all sorts of historical rabbit holes.Hermann Luttmann has extended the chit pull system

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The Magnificent 7: Seven games we are releasing in the next three months

The Magnificent 7: Seven games we are releasing in the next three months

Fred Manzo December 9, 2017 0

By Fred Manzo It’s hard to believe but the usual suspects are about to release 7 games in the next 3 months. That’s more games than many companies publish. (Although most of these games

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Towards Data Science: Napoleon was the Best General Ever, and the Math Proves it.

Towards Data Science: Napoleon was the Best General Ever, and the Math Proves it.

Other December 8, 2017 0

By Ethan Arsht: Ranking Every* General in the History of Warfare *Almost every When Africanus asked who, in Hannibal’s opinion, was the greatest general, Hannibal named Alexander… as to whom he would rank second, Hannibal selected Pyrrhus… asking

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Endgame After-Action-Report on “Longstreet Attacks” Playtest

Endgame After-Action-Report on “Longstreet Attacks” Playtest

Other December 5, 2017 0

By Stephen Poitinger: Just finished up another test of the full scenario. This was one of the best gaming experiences that I have had over the past 10 years or so. Great ebb and flow

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New After-Action-Report for the “Emmittsburg Road” scenario of “Longstreet Attacks”

New After-Action-Report for the “Emmittsburg Road” scenario of “Longstreet Attacks”

Other September 3, 2017 0

By Claude Whalen: Anyone can be a hero in this game, not just Sickles! McLaws unleashes Barksdale at 5:20 pm and he slams into the Peach Orchard under, what else, an Attack Order. Defensive

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An “After-Action-Report” on one turn of “The Emmitsburg Rd.” scenario from “Longstreet Attacks.”

An “After-Action-Report” on one turn of “The Emmitsburg Rd.” scenario from “Longstreet Attacks.”

Other August 28, 2017 0

By Steve Poitinger:   It is 6:20 on July 2…the Peach Orchard has fallen to Barksdale’s brigade, shattering Graham’s III Corps brigade in the process and capturing 6 US guns.…the crisis in the battle

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CNN: Where are the monuments to Confederate Gen. James Longstreet?

CNN: Where are the monuments to Confederate Gen. James Longstreet?

Other August 24, 2017 1

By Steven A. Holmes, CNN “So where are Longstreet’s statues? General James Longstreet was an important figure in the Confederate Army; as important as Thomas “Stonewall” Jackson, J.E.B. Stuart or A.P. Hill; nearly as critical

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Marshal Enterprises: “La Bataille Pour La Prusse 1806” going on sale soon

Marshal Enterprises: “La Bataille Pour La Prusse 1806” going on sale soon

Other August 18, 2017 0

La Bataille pour la Prusse 1806 Citizens and Counter-Revolutionaries Alike!…..Marshal Enterprises, the company that first brought the La Bataille system to the wargaming world, is pleased to announce that its new Fall 2017 release,

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At Any Costs: Playtest of the “It Will Cost What it Will” Scenario

At Any Costs: Playtest of the “It Will Cost What it Will” Scenario

Fred Manzo July 19, 2017 0

By Fred Manzo Hi, all. Last Saturday we ran the “It Will Cost What It Will” teaching scenario of our upcoming game “At Any Cost” through its final paces. Hermann Luttmann played the Prussians

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Inside GMT: At Any Cost: Metz 1870 After Action Report – Battle of Mars-la-Tour (The Finale)

Inside GMT: At Any Cost: Metz 1870 After Action Report – Battle of Mars-la-Tour (The Finale)

Hermann Luttmann July 14, 2017 0

By Hermann Luttmann:  Tom Thornsen (Prussia) and Bob Demaio (French) re-enact the Battle of Mars-la-Tour with the Full Battle Scenario “A Day of Battle”. To read Part 1 follow this link, and to read Part

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