Wargaming Illustrated Issue WI 283
The upcoming issue of Wargames Illustrated contains the following content:
An introduction to the Allied attempt to force a way between the Mediterranean and Black Seas, thereby taking the Ottoman Empire out of World War One.
PUSHING THE NARROWS
While the Allied High Command were dithering with plans to shell Constantinople, the Turks were able to bring their limited resources to bear on the Allied fleet, using terrain and local knowledge to their advantage.
In an attempt to divert Ottoman reinforcements from fresh landings at Suvla Bay, the ANZAC troops were ordered to stage a breakout through the Turkish lines at Lone Pine. Desperate fighting was in store for both sides.
ARMIES OF THE DARDENELLES
Paul Leach and Heather Blush present their findings on the look of the soldiers from the Ottoman, British, and French armies on the Gallipoli Peninsular.
The 11th Armoured cavalry, known as the Blackhorse regiment, developed radical new tactics to combat an elusive and determined enemy. This is their story.
RED DEVILS IN THE DMZ
The 1st Brigade Task Force of the 5th Infantry Division, their background and use in Flames Of War: Vietnam.
REGIMENTAL FIRE AND FURY
It was a long time coming, but Regimental Fire and Fury author Rich Hasenauer is nothing if not thorough. Here Rich talks us through the creation of his latest game and compares it with his original F&F rules.
EL CID’s FORGOTTEN BATTLE
El Cid is best known as a slayer of Moors. He also spent a substantial amount of his career fighting other Christians. James Morris explores one of his lesser known battles.
‘R’ IS FOR ROMANIANS
Within the Axis powers, the Romanian war machine during WWII was second only to the Germans. In this article we
discuss gaming with them in Flames Of War.
HOW TO BUILD...A SAXON CHURCH
After a short break, Paul Davies returns with his latest terrain project, the construction of a Dark Ages church.
SCIPIOS AGAINST The BARCAs
Part One of ‘The Second Punic War in Spain’ reviews the campaigns of Publius and Cnaeus Scipio between 218 and
211 BC, from the Ebro River to their great victory at Ibera.
Beyond Hollywood there are many historical examples of gunfights to re-fight on the tabletop. Take Cimarron
Courthouse in Kansas, 1889, for example.
PLUS we take a look at Flames Of War at Battlecry (NZ), the Great Warriors: Roosevelt’s Rough Riders, and you
can find our Reviews online.
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