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#302 "The French & Indian War, Operation Market Garden, Fredericksburg"
Sub Category: Historical Magazines
Publish Year: 2012
Pages: 122
Dimensions: 8x11.5x.25"
Restockable: No
NKG part #: 2148235665
Mfg. part #: BFMWI302
Type: Magazine


War in the Wilderness

In our first article for this month’s theme, Neil Smith and Chris Peers introduce us to the history and guide us through the practical information required for bringing a F&IW force to bear on the tabletop.

Dried Corn And Swampfoot

In this article Rich Jones tells us about his ‘slip’ into F&IW gaming, followed by a walkthrough of a Muskets & Tomahawks battle, featuring the iconic Rogers Rangers.

Decorating The Wilderness

What should a French & Indian Wars tabletop look like? With the help of Grand Manner buildings, Neil Smith educates us on how to tell our wikiups from our wigwams in order to bring accurate F&IW scenery to our battlefields.

How To ... Build An Indian Longhouse

Paul Davies shows us how to make a Native American Longhouse.

Operation Market Garden

Battlefront writer Mike Haught previews the forthcoming Operation Market Garden compilation for Flames Of War.

Creating Fredericksburg

Long-time games master and ACW aficionado Bill Moreno talks us through the creation of his Battle of Fredericksburg table in the month of the 150th anniversary of the battle.

Mr Polk's Army

Doug Biggs is back with his look at the U.S. Army of the Mexican-American War, including suggested stats and special rules for using them in games of Black Powder.

The Satsuma Rebellion

The last in our trilogy of articles which tells the tale of the rise of Imperial Japan. In his final piece Kevin Jones presents the background to the last of the samurai insurrections - The Satsuma Rebellion - and provides a scenario for re-fighting one of its battles - Tabaruzaka, 1877.

6mm Ireland

Colin Patten reveals several marvelous 6mm displays he has been working on for the Waterford Museum in Ireland.

Walk A Mile In Their Moccasins

Dr Joe Legan takes a look at the types of folks who partake in our great hobby, and asks if we can’t all get along?

Savage Wars Of Peace - Part Two

In this installment of Andy Hoare’s campaign through the Small Wars of Queen Victoria, we are given ideas that see your characters bringing their followers into the thick of battle. Also included is a scenario for the First Afghan War.

An Interview With Bryan Ansell

We catch up with a legend of miniature gaming and ask him to tell us his story.

PLUS You can also find: Part Two of the basing article from Matt Parkes, a Show Report from Bovington 2012, and a look at the US Flames Of War Nationals eye-candy.