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Personal logo 20thmaine Supporting Member of TMP24 Apr 2016 4:27 p.m. PST

Time for another Blog update from the Solo Wargamer Association Lone Warrior blog.

Rob Morgan reviews Maritime Warfare in Northern Europe 500BC-1500AD PDF link which is a fascinating sounding book covering mostly Danish history – it's produced by the National Museum of Denmark.

Jonathan Aird reviews Osprey NVG 232 The Imperial Japanese Navy of the Russo-Japanese War PDF link which is deemed to be "a perfect single volume for anyone contemplating wargaming this conflict".

Graham Empson offers the sample article of the month from Lone Warior 150, it covers ACW solo mechanisms PDF link including setting up OOBs, providing leaders and much else.

Paul Le Long provides his initial impressions of Bloody Big Battles, wargame rules for the 19th century PDF link

Rob Morgan describes the oldest wargame model he has link and in a similar nostalgic vein George Arnold relates his initial encounters with Joseph Morschauser's "How to Play War Games in Miniature." link and includes an old article on wargaming from Newsweek magazine's December 17, 1962. And Rich Barbuto adds some of his favourite pictures from that same book link

Lots of great reading – enjoy!

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