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Paul Robinson takes a look at a new set of rules published from Wargames Foundry based on the setting of the Wild West.

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Colonel Bill dons mail and helm to check out the latest Field of Glory expansion module and finds the PC game has a very distinctive miniatures pedigree, to the ultimate benefit of all.

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Paul Robinson dives into the book written by Benoit LeMay that covers one of Germany's famous commanders during World War II.

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Battle Dex

17 Dec 2010 0

A turn-based “we go” strategy game that not only relies on solid tactics but also genius card usage is bound to entertain and entice those on the outside looking in.

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Written by Chris McNab, a specialist in military history, fighting techniques and weapons technology, The Native American Warrior looks at the fighting techniques of the Native American from 1500 to 1890...

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At Leningrad's Gates

19 Nov 2010 0

This book by the co-authors William Lubbeck and David B Hurt, covers the wartime record of Lubbeck, who went from Private to Company Commander during his wartime service, mostly on the Russian Front.

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"Mr Cooper has done an excellent job in covering the subject matter in such a necessarily short volume, despite the short chronological span this was a period of great change in the armies of the Scotland."

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War Elephants

08 Nov 2010 0

"The strap line for this series of books produced by Osprey Publishing is The design, development, operation and history of the machinery of warfare through the ages. And as the owner of several of this series I was looking forward to reading this particular volume..."

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"The subject matter of this book by Robin L Rielly is actually very simple... however this is not a simple book at all, it is a master piece of research and dedication that makes it look simple."

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After Stalingrad

04 Nov 2010 0

"...this detailed book does indeed describe the operations of the Russians all across the Eastern Front post Stalingrad but in doing so tells a story that perhaps only the most well read of Eastern Frontniks would know about!"

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