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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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The National Interest: A Lot of What We Think We Know About World War II Is Terribly Wrong

The National Interest: A Lot of What We Think We Know About World War II Is Terribly Wrong

Other August 18, 2018 0

Here’s why. by James Holland ‘The Second World War remains an enduringly fascinating subject, but despite the large number of films, documentaries, books and even comics on the subject, our understanding of this catastrophic conflict,

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Hexsides and Hand Grenades: “Crowbar!” An Interview with Designer Hermann Luttmann

Hexsides and Hand Grenades: “Crowbar!” An Interview with Designer Hermann Luttmann

Other August 16, 2018 0

August 11, 2018 ” Hermann Luttmann is a prolific game designer with credits that span many genres, complexities, and themes. His newest offering is Crowbar! published by Flying Pig Games, and its currently doing the rounds

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Armchair General: The Fate of France hangs in the Balance with GMT Games ‘At Any Cost: Metz 1870’. Board Game Review.

Armchair General: The Fate of France hangs in the Balance with GMT Games ‘At Any Cost: Metz 1870’. Board Game Review.

Other August 9, 2018 0

By Ray Garbee  At Any Cost: Metz 1870.                                                       

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Weapons and Warfare: Rome’s Manipular Army

Weapons and Warfare: Rome’s Manipular Army

Other August 6, 2018 0

“The Second Samnite War was the background which Livy, our only major literary source for this period, used to describe the changes in Rome’s army during the fourth century BC and the advent of

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The Daily Signal: Churchill on the “Practical Truth” of the Declaration of Independence

The Daily Signal: Churchill on the “Practical Truth” of the Declaration of Independence

Other July 23, 2018 0

Ted Bromund “As a statesman, an author, and a friend of the United States, Winston Churchill was regularly called upon to offer his sentiments on the meaning of the Fourth of July. In his

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Impressions after playing the first scenario of “Longstreet Attacks”

Impressions after playing the first scenario of “Longstreet Attacks”

Other July 23, 2018 0

By Zeke: Having just completed the first scenario and partway into the second with a friend, I am thoroughly enjoying myself so far. I thought it would be good to write a small review

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PJ Media: Six Life Lessons From the Battle of Gettysburg

PJ Media: Six Life Lessons From the Battle of Gettysburg

Other July 2, 2018 0

BY JEFF SANDERS JUNE 30, 2018 “July 1-3 is the 155th anniversary of the bloodiest battle ever fought in the Western Hemisphere: Gettysburg. In the first three days of July in 1863, some 52,000 Americans were

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Popular Mechanics: 10 of America’s Hidden Battlefields

Popular Mechanics: 10 of America’s Hidden Battlefields

Other May 27, 2018 0

The armed history of the United States can be found in some unexpected places. By Joe Pappalardo May 25, 2018 “There are scores of battles in American history, large and small, that unfolded in unlikely

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Weapons and Warfare: Evaluating Armoured Warfare on The Eastern Front I

Weapons and Warfare: Evaluating Armoured Warfare on The Eastern Front I

Other May 25, 2018 0

Popular Mythology “The Russo-German War in general, and armoured combat on the Eastern Front in particular, have remained popular subjects in English-language historiography of the Second World War for the past six decades. However,

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