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#355 "Samurai Showcase, The Battle of Wimpfen, Objective - Ssumptokowa, Battlegroup Kursk"

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#355 "Samurai Showcase, The Battle of Wimpfen, Objective - Ssumptokowa, Battlegroup Kursk"
Category: Board Games
Sub Category: Board Game Magazines
Publish Year: 2012
Pages: 70
Dimensions: 8.5x11.5x.2"
Restockable: No
NKG part #: 2148261248
Mfg. part #: OMMMOR355
Type: Magazine


In this issue, MW launches Figure Showcase - a new buyer’s guide feature that presents figures in a variety of scales and from a variety of manufacturers, all professionally painted and photographed to show them at their best. The showcase’s theme is ‘Elite Warriors’ and, each month, will concentrate on a particular troop type - first up: Samurai.

Show Reports

Nigel Pell and Gary Mitchell report from Battlegroup South in Bovington while Andrew Hubback covers Stoke Challenge.


Trevor Halsall concludes his series on the Battle of Plataea, the subject of the Society of Ancients Battle Day 2012.


Chris Hahn examines how to wargame the ‘fluke shot’ by refighting the Battle of Wimpfen from the Thirty Years War.


In the 200th anniversary year of the start of the War of 1812 between Britain and America, John Walsh contributes the second part of his series on wargaming the action at Queenston.

Early 20th Century

Andrew Hubback presents the final part of his series on the wargaming potential of War Plan Red, the US contingency plan to invade Canada in the 1930s.


In an MW exclusive, Piers Brand reports from Ireland where the new rules Battlegroup Kursk were given a thorough pre-launch playtest.

Darker Horizons

Gary Mitchell rounds up the latest gossip, news and reviews in his regular column.


Tony Harwood starts a short series on his modeling projects with a look at recreating the Chapel of Rofenburg.


Book & Rule Reviews and our nostalgic feature From the Archive.