Monthly Archives: November 2017

Review of ‘Blenheim: Battle for Europe’ book

Rob Morgan reviews a book on the Battle of Blenheim (1704) and finds it a useful read for solo possibilities, which he discusses at some length. It’s on the Reviews page.

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Review of Tie Striker model from Star Wars

Jonathan Aird reviews a model from the Rogue One movie, a Tie Striker, used for atmospheric combat, rather than in deep space. It’s on the Reviews page.

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The most useless warship in history?

By Rob Morgan My 1/1200th-scale ACW fleets don’t get anything like the use they did 20 years ago. Now, I tend to use the 1/600th-scale models of Peter Pig with a few American-made Thoroughbreds thrown in, the latter for the … Continue reading

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A sample article for November

This month’s sample article is a Blast from the Past!  Lone Warrior No. 10 was published in 1977.  It is noteworthy because it included the first installment of Lone Warrior’s founder John Bennett’s campaign “Gussie.”  Long-time SWA member Godfrey Bailey … Continue reading

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