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A Design Analysis of “The Lamps Are Going Out – World War I”

A Design Analysis of “The Lamps Are Going Out – World War I”

Other March 30, 2015 3

By Kirk Uhlmann “The lamps are going out all over Europe, we shall not see them lit again in our life-time.” – British Foreign Secretary Sir Edward Grey   Since Herm has given a

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“The Lamps Are Going Out:  World War I” – An Overview

“The Lamps Are Going Out: World War I” – An Overview

Other March 25, 2015 2

By Scott Muldoon: On Saturday morning at GMT East this past weekend, Hermann Luttmann let us get a crack at Lamps, designed by Kirk Uhlmann. Kirk has done some wonderful work in boiling down

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Ney and Twice Ney! (Part II)

Ney and Twice Ney! (Part II)

Paul Comben March 18, 2015 2

By Paul Comben Grand Tactical Interpretations of Quatre Bras  Part II Desperate Times and Desperate Measures Wellington had precious little cavalry available to him during the battle. Those that were present included the Brunswick

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Ney and Twice Ney!

Ney and Twice Ney!

Paul Comben March 16, 2015 11

By Paul Comben Grand Tactical Interpretations of Quatre Bras Part I It was not long after the ordeal of Waterloo that Wellington’s diminished but triumphant Anglo-Dutch army returned to the site of its first

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“Bolt Action” Miniatures – A Boardgaming Way Review

“Bolt Action” Miniatures – A Boardgaming Way Review

Fred Manzo March 10, 2015 0

By Fred Manzo Bolt Action is a  set of World War II miniatures rules in the Flames of War tradition. Those familiar with the FoW franchise will immediately know what we are talking about. (E.G., one

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Plancenoit: The Final Blow (a preview of Legion Wargames’ “Black Eagles Over Belgium”)

Plancenoit: The Final Blow (a preview of Legion Wargames’ “Black Eagles Over Belgium”)

Other March 4, 2015 2

By Paul Fish DVM Mention the name “Waterloo” to most Americans and 60% will say it was Napoleon’s last battle, 25% will bring up a song by ABBA and the rest will have no

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Stonewall’s Sword Now on Sale at Revolution Games

Stonewall’s Sword Now on Sale at Revolution Games

Other March 2, 2015 0

By the Revolution Games Staff FREE SHIPPING on orders over $60 Expires 4/1/2015 Ships last week in March! (all orders placed with Stonewall’s Sword will ship last week in March)   $33 On the stifling

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April 1861: Historical Fiction as Told Through The Poetry Of Donald E. Allen

April 1861: Historical Fiction as Told Through The Poetry Of Donald E. Allen

Donald Allen February 17, 2015 0

By Amazon Staff: April 1861 by Donald E. Allen is a piece of historical fiction as told through poetic verse. Each poem recounts a day of the month of April in the year of

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Play-Testing Stonewall’s Sword on The Boardgaming Way

Play-Testing Stonewall’s Sword on The Boardgaming Way

Robert DeMaio February 14, 2015 0

By Robert DeMaio August 9, 1862 on a 100 degree day in Virginia Stonewall Jackson’s Confederates stumbled onto a single division of Union troops lead by Nathaniel Banks. The Confederates tried to position themselves

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Discworld – A Boardgaming Way Review

Discworld – A Boardgaming Way Review

Mitch Freedman February 8, 2015 1

By Mitch Freedman Discworld: Ankh-Morpork Sometimes you  buy a game thinking you will really enjoy it, but when you start playing, you find that the mechanics don’t work right, or the rules are too cumbersome

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