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Revolution Games is now shipping Stonewall’s Sword

Revolution Games is now shipping Stonewall’s Sword

Fred Manzo April 17, 2015 0

By Fred Manzo  Revolution Games is shipping Hermann Luttmann’s Stonewall’s Sword: The Battle of Cedar Mountain this week. This game uses the “Blind Sword’ chit pull system that will also be found in GMT’s

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Revolution Games Sale ends Tuesday Night

Revolution Games Sale ends Tuesday Night

Other March 30, 2015 0

By Roger Miller Just a reminder that our free shipping on all orders $60 or more comes to an end on Tuesday. Also thanks to everyone who ordered Stonewall’s Sword. By far our fastest

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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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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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Forbes: ‘Tide of Iron’ Is A Storm Of Steel

Forbes: ‘Tide of Iron’ Is A Storm Of Steel

Other February 17, 2015 0

By Michael Peck: Toy soldiers are a guilty pleasure. We love them as children and are taught to look down on them as adults. And this is a pity, because something that touches us

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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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A Quick Look at “Hammerin’ Sickles” and “At Any Cost: Metz 1870”

A Quick Look at “Hammerin’ Sickles” and “At Any Cost: Metz 1870”

Fred Manzo February 2, 2015 0

By Fred Manzo   Although some people know Hermann Luttmann and I are working on a good 6+ games, today I’d like to discuss two of them in particular: “Hammerin’ Sickles: Longstreet Attacks at

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New York Times: Civil War Games for Modern-Day Lees

New York Times: Civil War Games for Modern-Day Lees

Other January 24, 2015 0

By PENNY SINGER Published January 6th, 1991 The climactic battle for the Shenandoah Valley, General Pickett’s headlong charge at Gettysburg and the first and second battles of Manassas are the stuff Richard Berg has

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