Monthly Archives: April 2021

‘Queen Victoria’s Enemies: Northern Africa’ reviewed

Martin Smith has reviewed an Osprey focused on the British Colonial period, titled “Queen Victoria’s Enemies: Northern Africa.” The book covers the Asante and the Mahdists, as well as some other minor opponents in the area. It’s on the Ospreys … Continue reading

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Luftwaffe NCO on the ground

By Rob Morgan As we are unlikely to encounter dozens of splendid photographs of re-enactments this summer, at least until the world settles itself again, I’ve been digging in my files to see what I could come up with. Take … Continue reading

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‘British Army Uniforms from 1751 to 1783’ reviewed

Rob Morgan provides a review of a book on 18th century British uniforms, “British Army Uniforms from 1751 to 1783” by Carl Franklin. It’s a highly recommended volume. The review is on the Reviews page. Share this…emailPrintFacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedin +1

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An army I’d probably never build

By Rob Morgan A little while ago, I wrote a few lines about Charlemagne on the table-top, and alongside that particular Osprey title on my bookshelves was another well written David Nicolle Osprey Men-at-Arms with the inevitably magnificent Angus McBride … Continue reading

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Here’s a new Sample Article

This month’s sample article from previous issues of Lone Warrior is “Adventure Awaits” by Kevin White. The article is about his experiences with 1:1 adventure gaming in the Pulp era, think Indiana Jones or John Carter on Mars. A set … Continue reading

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