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#324 "Better Battles, Wagram 1809, Waterloo in Miniature"

#324 "Better Battles, Wagram 1809, Waterloo in Miniature"
Category: Board Games
Sub Category: Board Game Magazines
Publish Year: 2010
Pages: 102
Dimensions: 8x11.75x.25"
Restockable: No
Mfg. part #: OMMMOR324
Type: Magazine


Miniature Wargames Magazine Issue 324

In addition to the regular coverage of wargaming from Ancients to WWII, the April issue of Miniature Wargames includes the official and exclusive show guide to Salute 2010. This will contain all the essential information for planning your visit to Salute: floorplan, traders and games listings, entry form for the famous Salute painting competition and more. In addition, John Treadaway contributes an article on 30 years of sci-fi games at Salute, there’s How to Run A Full Thrust Campaign from Philip Andrews and Phil Portway writes on building the Armee du Nord for the 100 Days Campaign.

Don’t miss this issue and have four weeks to plan your visit to Britain’s premier wargaming show.

Cover Story: Better Battles WWII

Jim Webster launches a new series on How to Wargame World War II with an article that looks at some refinements to the traditional meeting engagement.


Chris Hahn continues his time-traveling Gettysburg series with a Roman Little Round Top.


Steve Eardley looks at what he learned from his refights of the Battle of St Albans (1455).


John Walsh starts a two part series on the historic clash at Wagram in 1809.

19th Century

Gary Richards looks at wargaming naval operations in the Black Sea during the Crimean War.

Dark Horizons

Gary Mitchell looks at sci-fi and fantasy wargaming on a budget as well as all the latest rule and figure releases.


Modeling correspondent Paul McDonagh returns with his popular series on Creating More Realistic Scenery. In this article, he explains how to build the famous Vermandi House where Jim Bowie lived before the Alamo.