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The History Guy: “A Very Bad Man – Soapy Smith”

The History Guy: “A Very Bad Man – Soapy Smith”

Other June 17, 2020 0

The History Guy: History Deserves to Be Remembered 738K subscribers “Jefferson “Soapy” Smith was one of the most skilled, and infamous, confidence men in United States history. He was “so dirty he made a

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Washington Post: She was the last American to collect a Civil War pension —$73.13 a month. She just died.

Washington Post: She was the last American to collect a Civil War pension —$73.13 a month. She just died.

Other June 10, 2020 0

By Ian Shapira: “The check arrived every month: $73.13. Irene Triplett, who lived in a North Carolina nursing home, rarely talked about the source of the money. She was the last American to receive

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Gettysburg: Animated Battle Map – American Battlefield Trust

Gettysburg: Animated Battle Map – American Battlefield Trust

Other May 22, 2020 0

By American Battlefield Trust 91.8K subscribers “We at the American Battlefield Trust are re-releasing our Animated Battle Maps with newly branded openings. Enjoy learning about the most famous battle in American history, with the

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Gettysburg – C3i Series Volume 1 – A Boardgaming Way Review

Gettysburg – C3i Series Volume 1 – A Boardgaming Way Review

Paul Comben February 2, 2020 0

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The Largest Wargame Ever Played?

The Largest Wargame Ever Played?

Other October 30, 2019 0

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 player

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Tiny Battle Publishing announces new “Blind Swords Lite” game on Leipzig

Tiny Battle Publishing announces new “Blind Swords Lite” game on Leipzig

Fred Manzo September 26, 2019 0

By Fred Manzo Tiny Battle Publishing has just announced that a new “Blind Swords Lite” game by Hermann Luttmann is on their schedule. I thought this project was “double-plus Top Secret” but I guess

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Battlefields and Warriors: A review of “Stonewall’s Sword” by Revolution Games

Battlefields and Warriors: A review of “Stonewall’s Sword” by Revolution Games

Other September 25, 2019 0

Jackson’s Sword by Revolution Games. By Norm Smith: “The first of the American Civil War regimental games in the Blind Swords series by Revolution Games, it covers Cedar Mountain with each turn representing 20

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Comparative Video Review: Battle Hymn Pea Ridge and Thunder in the Ozarks

Comparative Video Review: Battle Hymn Pea Ridge and Thunder in the Ozarks

Other September 17, 2019 0

The Oaken Knight “Comparative Review of Compass Games’ Battle Hymn Volume 1 — Pea Ridge and Revolution Games’ Thunder in the Ozarks (Battle of Pea Ridge)“  

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Marco Arnaudo reviews “Kernstown”

Marco Arnaudo reviews “Kernstown”

Other September 17, 2019 0

Kernstown (Revolution Games) Review  

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Revolution Games now shipping “First and Second Battles of Kernstown”

Revolution Games now shipping “First and Second Battles of Kernstown”

Other August 19, 2019 0

  By the Staff of Revolution Games:  The 4th game in the Revolution Games Civil War series.                       Kernstown Now Shipping      

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