Wargames, Soldiers and Strategy 92

      Wargames, Soldiers and Strategy 92

      Die Ausgabe 92 der Wargames, Soldiers & Strategy bietet die folgenden Themen:

      Special Feature: By land and sea - Britain in the Napoleonic Wars
      Eoghan Kelly, 'The British army of the Napoleonic Wars - The worst-treated of men'.
      Adrian McWalter, 'The birth of combined operations - Aboukir Bay, 1801'.
      Mark Backhouse, 'An unusual Mediterranean mini campaign - Capture Capri! 1808'.
      Adrian McWalter, 'A British disaster in Holland - Walcheren, 1809'.
      Guy Bowers, 'Collecting a British Napoleonic army - For king and country'.
      Ruben Torregrosa, 'Ruben's first Napoleonic vignette - Hats off to the British'.

      Ian Beal, 'The Battle of Homildon Hill 1402 - Medieval border wars'.
      James Morris, 'The Roman struggle with guerrilla warfare in Spain - The Battle of Tribola'.
      Mark Backhouse, 'Part II of the Sharp Practice mini campaign - Tigers in the valley'.
      Joseph A. McCullough, 'A "Warriors of Athena" campaign - The witch of Mount Gramos'.
      Michael Leck, 'Skirmish warfare after the Battle of Sekigahara - Rise of the Tokugawa Shogunate'.
      Stephen Tunmore, 'Modelling the retreat from Moscow, Part II - Snow scenery'.
      Mark Backhouse, 'Building a 17th century Portsmouth in 2mm - Small can be beautiful too!'.

      Miniature reviews
      Richard Clarke, 'Up Front - Don't keep it stupidly simple'.
      Henry Hyde, 'Tabletop tactics - Beware of the underdogs'.
      Steve Beckett, 'The Irregular - Bolt comic action!'.
      Patrick Grinsell, 'A fourth edition for the popular WW2 rules - Let's play Flames of War'.
      Rossco Watkins and David Davies, 'Game reviews - Mad Dogs with Guns, Dracula's America: Shadows of the West, General D'Armee and Sword Masters: A supplement for Open Combat'.
      Book reviews

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