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Forbes: Mass Grave From Thirty Years’ War Reveals Brutal Cavalry Attack

Forbes: Mass Grave From Thirty Years’ War Reveals Brutal Cavalry Attack

Other May 26, 2017 0

By Kristina Killgrove  “On November 16, 1632, two armies faced off at the site of Lützen, Germany. On one side was Gustavus Adolphus II, King of Sweden, and on the other was General Albrecht von

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Digital Trends: “At long last, somebody finally built a fully functional X-Wing drone”

Digital Trends: “At long last, somebody finally built a fully functional X-Wing drone”

Other April 13, 2017 0

By Drew Prindle  “At this point, if you don’t know who Oliver C is, chances are pretty good that you’ve been living under a rock. Over the past few months, this guy has won the

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Cyningstan: In Search of the Lost Games

Cyningstan: In Search of the Lost Games

Other March 24, 2017 0

“The traditional board games that have survived from historic times serve as a treasure trove of entertainment for the modern gamer. But not all of them have come down to us intact. The boards

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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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FiveThirtyEight: Crowdfunding Is Driving A $196 Million Board Game Renaissance

FiveThirtyEight: Crowdfunding Is Driving A $196 Million Board Game Renaissance

Other March 19, 2017 0

By Oliver Roeder “Albert Mach wants to help you lead a Viking clan. He wants you to compete for honor and treasure and the control of islands. He wants you to tame the wild dragon.

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Court settles debate that’s divided grammar nerds for decades

Court settles debate that’s divided grammar nerds for decades

Other March 19, 2017 0

By MARISSA WENZKE “Ah, the Oxford comma. Journalists often fight over it, academics love it and a lot of people don’t care about or even know what it is. But this singular bit of punctuation

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Do photographs show a prototype of the new F/A-37 military plane?

Do photographs show a prototype of the new F/A-37 military plane?

Fred Manzo February 17, 2017 0

By Fred Manzo There is a great series of photos traveling around the internet regarding naval maneuvers involving a three carrier task force, the newest secret US stealth fighter (the F/A-37 Talon) and the

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When the Army went Mad Max: Vietnam gun trucks (16 PHOTOS)

When the Army went Mad Max: Vietnam gun trucks (16 PHOTOS)

Other February 17, 2017 0

By Chris Eger “A largely forgotten part of the war in South East Asia was the one fought by the U.S. Army’s gun trucks as part of convoy operations through the heart of enemy territory.

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Hexsides and Hand Grenades: Yaah! #8 (Race to the Sea -1914) Review

Hexsides and Hand Grenades: Yaah! #8 (Race to the Sea -1914) Review

Fred Manzo January 20, 2017 0

By Brad Smith: Yaah! 8 – A Look Inside “Late last year, I had the pleasure to fill in as a guest editor for Yaah! magazine, the No-Holds Barred badboy of the gaming world.

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Lifedaily: 20 Quotes From Germans About American Troops After World War I

Lifedaily: 20 Quotes From Germans About American Troops After World War I

Other December 10, 2016 0

By the Staff of Lifedaily: You might be surprised to read some of things defeated German soldiers had to say about American troops after World War I… The year was 1919, following the allies

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