Monthly Archives: August 2022

OK? So, who was the greatest General?

by Rob Morgan We were contemplating the idea of command on the tabletop, Brian and I. Of course, there’s been a lot in these columns about good and bad generals over the past year or two and probably will be … Continue reading

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‘Famous By My Sword’ Review Added

Martin Smith reviews ‘Famous By My Sword’: The Army of Montrose and the Military Revolution. He finds much to recommend in this title which covers the Scots Royalist Army raised by James Graham, Marquess of Montrose, and its battles in … Continue reading

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Back to The Unsinkable “Titan”

by Rob Morgan, Back in 2003, issue No. 144 (Vol. 28/2, pp 46-48), Lone Warrior carried a short article of mine on a naval unit, one entirely suitable, as most warships are, of playing a central role in a solo … Continue reading

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A River Gunboat

by Rob Morgan, This small wooden boat, an oil tanker shape, intended for a small child’s play set, is about 8 inches (35cm) long, sturdy, and with a lovely empty deck. I bought it for a little less than 3 … Continue reading

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