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On Table Top: NAVAL WARGAMING – AN INTRODUCTION TO BATTLES AT SEA & BEYOND

On Table Top: NAVAL WARGAMING – AN INTRODUCTION TO BATTLES AT SEA & BEYOND

Other September 17, 2018 0

By Crew: “Mankind has fought battles on the sea for more than 3,000 years. Global sea trade routes have always been a vital strategic concern for nations but even in the interior of large

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Video Review: Wooden Ships & Iron Men

Video Review: Wooden Ships & Iron Men

Other January 2, 2016 0

By Gilbert Collins

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Video: Sails of Glory Review by Prof. Marco Arnaudo

Video: Sails of Glory Review by Prof. Marco Arnaudo

Other November 16, 2015 0

Intro (00:00); Ship log, action markers, and movement cards (03:08); close up of two of the models (07:56); cones of fire and resolving movement (08:24); combat (14:03); conclusions (22:22)

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The Hunters: German U-Boats at War, 1939-43 – A Mini-Review From The Boardgaming Way

The Hunters: German U-Boats at War, 1939-43 – A Mini-Review From The Boardgaming Way

Fred Manzo April 19, 2015 0

Review by Fred Manzo Designer: Gregory M. Smith                                                    

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Fear God and Dread Nought – A Boardgaming Way Review

Fear God and Dread Nought – A Boardgaming Way Review

Mitch Freedman April 16, 2015 3

Review by Mitch Freedman:   Fear God and Dread Nought Designers: Chris Carlson and Michael W. Harris Editors: Larry Bond and Charlie Spiegel Publisher:  Clash of Arms, Inc.- Copyright 2001   Any book is new

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What Happened to the Hood? – The Replays

What Happened to the Hood? – The Replays

Paul Comben August 1, 2014 1

By Paul Comben A slight change of plans here, owing to issues of space. The two games being used are Jack Greene’s The Royal Navy and Gary Graber’s Battleship Captain. Both games have relatively simple movement

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What Was Wrong With “Our Bloody Ships”? – An Analysis

What Was Wrong With “Our Bloody Ships”? – An Analysis

Paul Comben June 23, 2014 0

by Paul Comben An analysis of the British Battle Cruisers at Jutland It is common for historians seeking to explain the failures and frustrations surrounding the conduct of the British fleet at Jutland to

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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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