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The National Interest: Don’t Exile Thucydides from the War Colleges

The National Interest: Don’t Exile Thucydides from the War Colleges

Other March 24, 2017 0

By James Holmes John Maurer “Last month at War on the Rocks, Marine War College professor Jim Lacey held forth on how to teach Thucydides. Read the whole thing and hurry back! Let’s congratulate Professor Lacey

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“The God Kings” – A Boardgaming Way Review

“The God Kings” – A Boardgaming Way Review

Mitch Freedman December 6, 2015 0

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Pax Romana – Photo Essay

Pax Romana – Photo Essay

Robert DeMaio November 15, 2015 0

By Bob DeMaio Some of the guys have been playing Richard Berg’s Pax Romana at the club. Here are their pictures:  

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PJ Lifestyles:  The 10 Most Badass Roman War Heroes

PJ Lifestyles: The 10 Most Badass Roman War Heroes

Fred Manzo November 15, 2015 0

By Spencer Klaven: “Before Ancient Rome was a titanic empire, it was a collection of huts, a tribe of outlaws, and a few unshakable ideals — courage, virtue, and duty. The defense of those

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ONUS! Rome vs Carthage and Expansions from Draco Ideas now on Kickstarter

ONUS! Rome vs Carthage and Expansions from Draco Ideas now on Kickstarter

Other October 18, 2015 0

By the Staff of Draco Ideas ONUS! A war game set in the ancient Rome and Greece. Revive historical battles… Or develop your own! ONUS! Rome vs Carthage is a wargame set in the Ancient

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Feats In Ancient Times – Part Two – A Boardgaming Way Essay

Feats In Ancient Times – Part Two – A Boardgaming Way Essay

Paul Comben October 2, 2015 5

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Feats in Ancient Times:  Wargaming the Battles of Antiquity – A Boardgaming Way Essay

Feats in Ancient Times: Wargaming the Battles of Antiquity – A Boardgaming Way Essay

Paul Comben August 17, 2015 10

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Hannibal Ad Portas* – Carthaginian Generals in HRC – A Boardgaming Way Analysis

Hannibal Ad Portas* – Carthaginian Generals in HRC – A Boardgaming Way Analysis

Fred Manzo March 23, 2014 0

By Fred Manzo and Gary Andrews Hannibal: Rome vs. Carthage Introduction Hannibal: Rome vs. Carthage is not a balanced game. Undoubtedly this is due to Carthage’s strong initial position and numerous advantages. First, its

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