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#297 "Devil's Charge, Charlie's Last Chance, Wabash-Ing"

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#297 "Devil's Charge, Charlie's Last Chance, Wabash-Ing"
Sub Category: Historical Magazines
Publish Year: 2012
Pages: 122
Dimensions: 8.5x11x.2"
Restockable: No
NKG part #: 2148700699
Mfg. part #: BFMWI297
Type: Magazine


Peiper's Charge

The quintessential image of the Battle of the Bulge is that of a line of German King Tigers with Fallschirmjäger troops riding atop and Jochen Peiper pushing them forward with words of ‘encouragement’. With the release of the Flames Of War Devil’s Charge supplement it is now possible to refight this epic story, using this epic scenario!

Victor's Charge

Who wouldn’t want to command 4,000 points of some of the best equipment Germany has to offer all of the way to the Meuse? Or failing that, do what they can to help put an end to Peiper’s seemingly unstoppable charge with some of the best troops in the American army? In this battle report Flames Of War writers Victor and Mike do just that.

Charlie's Last Chance

Following on from the theme of the last issue of Wargames Illustrated, Andrew Bamford and Rick Priestley bring us the history and a battle report on the last Jacobite victory of the 1745-46 rebellion - the Battle of Falkirk.

Bolt Action!

We always strive to bring you reports on the biggest wargames rules releases, this month we ask writer Rick Priestley to tell us about the forthcoming WWII rules from Warlord Games and Osprey.

Wolves Guarding the Flock

Taking a look at the Illyrian Revolt of 6-9 AD, J.P. Chapleau not only recounts the history, but also provides a lot of great ideas for how to build an army of the Roman legions or the dissenting Illyrian tribes and their allies.

Wargaming in the Classroom

John Michael Priest tells us about his experiences using a ruleset he developed to get his students involved in learning more about the American Civil War.


The Battle of Wabash, 1791, was the native Americans’ greatest victory over the US Army. Grahame Burke brings us the story of the battle and a scenario for the refight.

Photographing Figures

Our favorite show reporter and habitual terrain builder Paul Davies has put together a very helpful little piece on how to achieve one of the most elusive things in wargaming - the in-focus photo of miniatures at play.

Rise of Imperial Japan - The Boshin War

In the second article in our trilogy on The Rise of Imperial Japan we look at the history behind the Boshin War 1868 - 1869, and a wargaming scenario for refighting one of the great battles of the war.

PLUS we bring you Part Four of our Matt Parkes Paints series (Faces and Skin!) and we visit both the Salute (UK) and AdeptiCon (US) shows. You can also find our July Reviews online.