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#334 "Crisis at Khafji, Barrosa 1811, Ticonderoga 1758"

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#334 "Crisis at Khafji, Barrosa 1811, Ticonderoga 1758"
Category: Board Games
Sub Category: Board Game Magazines
Publish Year: 2011
Pages: 78
Dimensions: 8.5x11x.2"
Restockable: No
NKG part #: 2147766151
Mfg. part #: OMMMOR334
Type: Magazine


Cover Story:

On the 20th anniversary of the battle of Al-Khafji, Brian Handley, author of the Manoeuvre Group rules for modern warfare, looks at wargaming the first clash between Coalition and Iraqi ground forces in the 1991 Gulf War.

The High Ground

Steve Eardley looks at how to overcome the problem of getting started in wargaming, continues his examination of how to defend your flanks and reviews the latest products.


George Anderson considers treason and treachery in the Wars of the Roses and presents a hypothetical campaign for Perkin Warbeck’s rebellion.

18th Century

Stuart Asquith looks at wargaming the French victory at Ticonderoga in 1758..


John Walsh begins a two part series on the battle of Barossa fought 200 years ago this March.


With a focus on Pointe du Hoc and Saipan, Neil Smith looks at wargaming small unit actions..

Sci-Fi & Fantasy

John Treadaway presents a simple introductory scenario to get you started playing Hammer’s Slammers: The Crucible rules.

In his regular Dark Horizons column, Gary Mitchell looks at the state of the wargaming press as well as the latest figures and rules.


Paul Darnell of Touching History presents his simple, 7 step process to make adobe mud-wall buildings.


Book, PC Game and product reviews.