Wargaming Illustrated Issue WI 290
The upcoming issue of Wargames Illustrated contains the following content:
TIGERS IN THE MUD
Mike Haught kicks off our theme coverage with some background information and Flames Of War characteristics for Otto Carius - Tiger Ace and adventurer on the Eastern Front, 1942-44.
THE CARIUS AND KERSCHER STAMPEDE
The Battle of Malinava 1944 makes for an excellent wargaming action with plenty of opportunities to turn the tables on history. So that’s exactly what the Battlefront Studio team did. Read all about it here.
FEW MEN, MANY WEAPONS!
As part of our theme coverage Wayne Turner takes a close look at the WWII Soviet Pulyemyetno-artillyeriyskiy
Batalon - that’s easy for him to say!
BACK IN THE EAST
This month’s theme content celebrates the launch of two new Flames Of War Late war Eastern Front books: Red Bear and Grey Wolf. Co-author Wayne Turner flicks through the pages of the books and tells us what’s inside.
General de Brigade author Dave Brown presents a scenario and battle report for one of Napoleon’s seminal victories.
WARGAMING 1866, THE AUSTRO-PRUSSIAN WAR
Somewhat obsessed with what looks like a very small war (on the surface), Gerry Henry presents the case for
wargaming the battles of the Austro-Prussian War of 1866. This article also acts as an introduction to some interesting articles in future issues.
THE BATTLE OF SYRACUSE
Following on from last month’s Peloponnesian War theme we return to Greece and present a sceanrio for refighting one of the great actions of the war.
THE COMANCHES REVISITED
Chris Peers presents us with an interesting take on the Comanche Indians of the Southern Plains of the US.
Through his extensive research he has reached a few conclusions that might surprise you on how this Native
American tribe should behave on the tabletop.
CLAD IN IRON
After seeing this wonderfully impressive game at Salute earlier this year, we knew we had to learn more about its development. Dr Howard J. Fuller provides us with the story behind this ACW Naval ‘what if?’ game.
OAVIA IN 28MM WALLS AND ALL
The ‘Like a Stonewall’ Wargames Group have a reputation for their impressive show circuit demo games, and their
Battle of Pavia, 1525, game was no exception. Nick Buxey tells the tale of the game from conception to demonstration.
PLUS we have loads of photos from the Colours show (UK), our wrap-up of the 2011 FOW European Grand Turnament (UK), our new irregular column "Tabletop Musings" and you can find our December Reviews online.
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