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Airfix Magazines

By Brian Cameron Anyone who is enthused by Rob Morgan’s comments can find a selection of issues on the Internet Archive: https://archive.org/search.php?query=airfix+magazine&page=2 I remember many of the articles about converting Airfix figures (and have copies of some), often using plasticene … Continue reading

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Kevin White’s rules put in another appearance

Here’s a link to another blog, with the blogger recently using Kevin White’s “Kokoda Trail” rules for a World War II skirmish game. The rules are permanently posted on the Lone Warrior website’s Complete Rule Sets page. Thanks for the mention, … Continue reading

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A link of possible WWII interest

By Rob Morgan Quite a number of the publications I write for frequently contain notes about articles in other journals and newsletters which may prove of interest or value to that society’s membership. Here’s one which I thought should be … Continue reading

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Are there solo sites on Facebook? Why, yes, there are

By JJ Parus I’ve found some Facebook groups that might be of interest to Lone Warriors. Facebook, of course, is a public media forum where folks connect, and aside from being a “friends and family” site, it is filled with … Continue reading

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A sample article for the New Year

This month’s sample article from the pages of past Lone Warrior issues is different. It’s a blast from the very recent past; in fact, this sample article is from the current edition of the magazine. Usually, the samples go back … Continue reading

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‘The Artilleryman’ quarterly

By Rob Morgan I suspect more American than European wargamers will know of this quarterly journal which frequently contains material of use in our own field. As well as regular articles on re-enactors and on ordnance sites across the USA … Continue reading

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Another Osprey review source (videos)

By Rob Morgan I’m indebted to my young colleague and friend Dr. Peter Romchuk for bringing my attention to an account on YouTube which deals with reviews of Osprey titles. If you go to YouTube and type in … C … Continue reading

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Link to discussion of soloing on TMP

There’s an interesting discussion about who solos and how to do it going on over at TMP (The Miniatures Page). Since the topic has, understandably, gotten plenty of discussion here as well, a link seemed in order: http://theminiaturespage.com/boards/msg.mv?id=261652 Share this…emailPrintFacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedin 0

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Steak vs. sizzle

In an earlier post to this blog, Chris Hahn addressed the issue of style vs. substance in the glossy gaming magazines. His post drew some comments and quite a bit of interest in terms of “looks” at the post. Here’s a … Continue reading

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What are three of your favorite blogs or sites?

I spend a lot of time reading through wargaming blogs and sites on the computer. Here are the addresses of two wargaming blogs and a newsletter that I—and apparently many others—read regularly. There are other blogs that are colorful and clever, but … Continue reading

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