Author Archives: George Arnold

Review of ‘Armies of the Greek-Turkish War 1919-22’ (Osprey)

Rob Morgan provides a review of an Osprey Men-at-Arms number, “Armies of the Greek-Turkish War 1919-22,” as originally published in Lone Warrior magazine. It’s on the Ospreys at a Glance page.

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Two reviews of Cordery’s ‘The Portable Wargame’

Here’s another two-fer: Mike Crane and Arthur Harman have each separately reviewed Bob Cordery’s recently published rules for late 19th and 20th century warfare. Mr. Cordery uses gridded tables and simple rules to give fast-paced, entertaining games. The reviews are … Continue reading

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Campaigning with the plague

By Rob Morgan The weather column in The Times recently reported some research, with wargames potential, by Dr. Kathleen Pribyl of the University of East Anglia. Her team of researchers reconstructed the climate of that substantial part of England from … Continue reading

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Review of alien fungus terrain models

Jonathan Aird notes many uses for Stone Mountain Miniatures’ offering of alien fungus terrain. His review is on the Reviews page.

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Some updates to the Lone Warrior web site

Editor Rich Barbuto has updated material on the Back Issues and Tables of Contents page. The updated information reflects that hard-copy back issues of Lone Warrior magazine are no longer available for purchase. Now listed are the .pdf versions of back … Continue reading

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Coming soon: Lone Warrior No. 199

Lone Warrior No. 199 is being completed and will be e-mailed in the next few days. Here’s a preview of the contents: “An Aircraft Carrier Scenario for Damn the Torpedoes,” by Kevin White: A follow-up scenario to the Damn the … Continue reading

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A sample article for June

This month’s article from the pages of past Lone Warriors is from Paul Le Long and explains his simple World War II naval rules (including air power). It’s on the Sample Articles page.

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25mm covered bridge model

Jonathan Aird reviews a Stone Mountain 25mm covered bridge with many gaming uses. It’s on the Reviews page.

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The WWII flame barrage

By Rob Morgan Lord St. Vincent said of Bonaparte’s rag-tag and bobtail, ‘I do not say they cannot come, I only say they cannot come by sea.’ Now this is another of those intriguing weapons devised to prevent, in this … Continue reading

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Review of ‘When Empires Clash!’ book

Mike Crane reviews Bob Cordery’s book on Colonial wargaming, “When Empires Clash!” It’s on the Reviews page.

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