Monthly Archives: January 2016

The Alamo’s cannon?

By Rob Morgan I was reading Mike Crane’s comments on the differences between the USA and the rest of the English-speaking world, and then turned to have a look at the weather conditions in parts of that large country. There … Continue reading

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9 Squadron, Royal Flying Corps

By Rob Morgan I was in the Oxfam shop the other day, and picked up half a dozen copies of Cross and Cockade, the World War I aviation history journal, for a pound. Never having read this publication before, I … Continue reading

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Review of ‘Republican Roman Warships’ (Osprey)

Jonathan Aird reviews a New Vanguard series title on “Republican Roman Warships.” It’s on the Ospreys at a Glance page.

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Thanks for the memories!

By Mike Crane Now that Lone Warrior has gone to .PDF format, as a regular reader I would like to thank everyone who has made the publication and the blog a success up to the present time. Of course, my … Continue reading

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Last chance to get hard-copy back issues! Prices reduced!

By Rich Barbuto, Editor, Lone Warrior Effective immediately, all remaining back issues of Lone Warrior are on sale at reduced prices. After June 30, 2016, any remaining hard-copy Lone Warriors will be sent to recycle.  (Must make room for more figures!) Hard-copy … Continue reading

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Tables of Contents updated

Lone Warrior editor Rich Barbuto has updated the most recent tables of contents for the magazine. The TOC for 2015-2016 is now up to date through the most recent issue of the magazine. The updates are on the Back Issues … Continue reading

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A short article in ‘History Ireland’

By Rob Morgan History Ireland is not, I’ll admit, a regular read of mine, but it does occasionally throw out a few gems.  A colleague pointed out one or two interesting articles in Volume 23, No.6 (Nov/Dec 2015). On page … Continue reading

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More (including photos) on Napoleonics on skis

George Falco de Mats has graciously responded to a request for any additional information — and, possibly, related photos — by providing both. This is a supplement to the material he originally provided in a comment to Rob Morgan’s post on … Continue reading

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Review of ‘The Wolves of the North’ novel

Jonathan Aird reviews one of the books in the Warriors of Rome series and finds it unrelentingly violent. It’s on the Reviews page.

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A sample article for the New Year

This month’s sample article from the archives of Lone Warrior, the journal of the Solo Wargamers Association, has now been posted. This article is by Steve Turner and discusses how he goes about building 6mm units out of wood. It’s a … Continue reading

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