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Gettysburg – UK Video
Chris Gilder “TV Series on in the UK called Battleground featuring Edward Woodward with Peter Gilders figures and Terrain. Peter and Edward first met on the movie Callan which featured a wargame setup byRead More »
The Largest Wargame Ever Played?
Little Wars TV 15K subscribers “Could this be the largest miniature wargame ever played? The British news media certainly believe so! In June 2019 organizers at the University of Glasgow staged a 120 playerRead More »
Little Wars TV: Wargaming with the American Battlefield Trust
Little Wars TV Published on Jul 9, 2019 “If you play historical wargames or love reading about military history, we hope you’ll consider supporting the American Battlefield Trust. This incredible non-profit fights to preserveRead More »
Little Wars TV: How to Build a Replica Gettysburg Battlefield
Little Wars TV Published on Jul 4, 2019 “In this two minute tutorial you’ll learn how to construct a replica, miniature battlefield from craft materials. The 8’x6′ tabletop seen in this video was usedRead More »
What’s the Future of Little Wars TV?
Little Wars TV Published on Jan 10, 2019 “Season 1 is over…what comes next? There will be more incredible wargame episodes coming in 2019, but today several club members explain what happens in ourRead More »
“American Battlefield Trust” and “Little Wars TV” to present a Gettysburg Miniatures Wargame
“Are you ready to play the role of a Civil War armchair general? We want YOU to take command in our upcoming Gettysburg wargame! For the first time ever, we’re collaborating with the AmericanRead More »
On Table Top: NAVAL WARGAMING – AN INTRODUCTION TO BATTLES AT SEA & BEYOND
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 largeRead More »
Game Mat Alternatives
By Len Zigante: I started looking for alternatives to game mats when I got into X-Wing. The mats being sold by the manufacturer were expensive and small, totally unsuitable to the large scale epicRead More »
Chicago Tribune: Miniature war gaming is big with history buffs
By Kate Thayer “A group of men gathered around a table, discussing their next moves in the midst of an invasion. In this case, the table was also the battlefield, and the soldiers were onlyRead More »