Monthly Archives: October 2022

Yes! I Bought Three Packets of Those Figures, Too. I Wonder Where They Are Now?

by Rob Morgan George Arnold and I were exchanging remarks about Airfix wargames figures, the 1/72nd or HO/OO scale, not the big ones, and I remembered that I still had a pack of Confederate infantry and another of their Union … Continue reading

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Bicycles and War

by Rob Morgan According to a footnote in Peter Wilson’s new title, Iron & Blood: A Military History of the German Speaking Peoples since 1500 (I’ll review it when I get the chance): “The Swiss Army operated a bicycle-mounted infantry … Continue reading

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Reader Update

by George Banic This originally appeared as a comment on Rob Morgan’s post “The ‘Kriegspiel’ and Solo Gaming” now with photos included! I thought this would make a nice post on its own and contacted George for his permission to … Continue reading

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A Sample Article for October

In this month’s sample article from previous issues of Lone Warrior, “The Spanish Ulcer”, Kevin White shares a complete set of wargaming rules for the Napoleonic era set in the Iberian Peninsula. The rules are grid-based and use playing cards instead … Continue reading

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