…Special Feature: The Hundred Years War
Mark Backhouse, 'An introduction to the Hundred Years War - Plantagenet versus Valois'.
Rob Broom, 'Wargaming the Battle of Agincourty - Mud, blood and steel'.
Mark Backhouse and James Oram, 'The Battle of Blackpool Sands, 1404 - Avenging Bretonside'.
Michael Leck, 'Philippa of England, Queen of the North - Warrior queen of Kalmar'.
Matt Moran, 'Raids in the Hundred Years War - Chevauchée'.
Ruben Torregrosa, 'Painting English for the Hundred Years War - We happy few'.
Guy Bowers, 'Building a Hundred Years War army - Once more into the breach'.
David Imrie and Andrew Taylor, 'On the cover - The red harlaw'.
Guy Bowers, 'A bitesize campaign - Brennus and the cursed gold'.
Steve Jones, 'The Battle of Hobkirk's Hill, 25 April 1781 - In a silent and secret manner'.
Samn Catteral, 'The Cold War gone wet - RIB raider'.
Roy Fitzsimmons & Walter Morrison,
…British Inf, shirtsleeves, covered Kilmarnock & curtain, muskets, attacking slope arms.
British Inf, shirtsleeves, covered Kilmarnock & curtain, muskets, charge bayonets.
British Inf, shirtsleeves, covered Kilmarnock & curtain, Enfields, skirmishing.
British Inf Comd, shirtsleeves.
Sikh/Punjabi Inf, kurtas, muskets, attacking, charge bayonets. Ferezopore Regt; 2nd (Green’s) Punjab Inf; 4th Sikh Inf; ‘Rattray’s Sikhs’ (Police Bn).
Sikh/Punjabi Inf, kurtas, muskets, skirmishing. Ferezopore Regt; 2nd (Green’s) Punjab Inf; 4th Sikh Inf; ‘Rattray’s Sikhs’.
Ferezopore Regt Comd. [incl Capt Brasyer personality], attacking. Also suits 2nd (Green’s) Punjab Inf, 4th Sikh Inf & ‘Rattray’s Sikhs’.
1st Madras Fusiliers (‘Neill’s
GWA01 – Austrian Infantry Command
GWA02 – Austrian Infantry Marching
GWA03 – Austrian Infantry Advancing
GWA04 – Austrian Infantry Firing
GWA06 – Austrian Machine Gun and Crew(x3)
GWA07 – Austrian Artillery Crew
GWA15 – Austrian Hussar
GWA16 – Austrian Regular Dragoon
GWA20 – Austrian 8cm FeldKanone M99
GWM01 – Montenegro Infantry Command
GWM02 – Montenegro Infantry Marching
GWM03 – Montenegro Infantry Advancing
GWM04 – Montenegro Infantry Firing
…Briefing: laid low with a lurgy, the Editor has been relying on the power of audiobooks to keep his morale high, and in the course of listening his mind has filled with visions of exciting scenarios, intensified by a new ‘small actions’ book from Charles S Grant.
World Wide Wargaming: The Editor is joined this month by well-known grognard Bob Cordery who delivers a fascinating account of the reasons he enjoys blogging. His inspiring blog is one of the two featured in our ‘Blogs of the Month’, and then we round up with an explanation of how to get your blog noticed by Google.
Forward observer: Neil Shuck has been on a visit to Spartan Games, and then has some stern words to say about instruction-less resin models that also suffer from flash. Neil then turns his attention to the question of pose selection within ranges, and the selection of a suitable range for his 15mm WWII gaming, and then figure