Monthly Archives: July 2015

Review of ‘Tabletop Gaming’ magazine

Jonathan Aird reviews the first issue of a new magazine devoted to many kinds of tabletop gaming, including wargaming. It’s on the Reviews page.

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The Breda 20mm gun — The best!

By Rob Morgan Since the attractive Raventhorpe Miniatures 25mm range of WWII figures, equipment and vehicles is readily available in the USA from RLBPS of Rockford, Illinois, www.rlbps.com it seems worthwhile to look at one or two of the splendid … Continue reading

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Ten feet?

By Rob Morgan Paddy Griffith’s excellent book “Battle in the Civil War” has already been reviewed here by Mike Crane. But Paddy’s supplementary preface to the paperback version in Summer 2000, mentions this: “… a Union Regiment that opened its rifled musketry against … Continue reading

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New sample article posted

This month’s sample from the archives of Lone Warrior magazine is a set of American Civil War ironclad rules, written by Jeffrey G. Chorney. It’s on the Sample Articles page.

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Invading Switzerland?

By Rob Morgan Monty, when writing up his splendid “History of Warfare,” wisely suggested that experience has taught that the first rule of warfare appeared to be “Don’t march on Moscow,”  but Switzerland seems to have a similar dread for … Continue reading

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