Help support TMP

"Ken Trotman Books at Salute 2018" Topic

2 Posts

All members in good standing are free to post here. Opinions expressed here are solely those of the posters, and have not been cleared with nor are they endorsed by The Miniatures Page.

For more information, see the TMP FAQ.

Back to the Wargaming in the United Kingdom Message Board

Back to the Modern Media Message Board

Back to the Mexican-American Wars Message Board

Back to the ACW Discussion Message Board

Back to the 19th Century Discussion Message Board

Back to the 18th Century Discussion Message Board

Back to the Napoleonic Discussion Message Board

725 hits since 5 Apr 2018
©1994-2018 Bill Armintrout
Comments or corrections?

summerfield05 Apr 2018 6:43 a.m. PST

We look formard to seeing you at the Ken Trotman stand TM15, Salute 2018. This is the same place as last year, top right hand corner.

It has been a busy time for me (Stephen Summerfield). Since last year we have published over a dozen books and most of the Wargames in History Series is back in print.

The highlights have been
- Prussian Landwehr of the Napoleonic Wars
- Becke's Waterloo Logistics
- American Civil War Smoothbore Artillery (SOJ-10)
- Saxon Army of the 7YW, 2nd Revised Edition.
- With Craufurd in Buenos Aires, 1807 (co-edited by Terry Hooker)

EXTRACTS available at


There are more in the pipeline over the next 12 months.
- Prussian Light Troops of the 7YW. This deals with the Frei-Infanterie, Freikorps, Jager and Militia. All important in the Petit Guerre (Kleine Kreig). Part of the Military Colours MC006 and MC007. This is almost at final draft stage.
- Austrian Cavalry and Artillery of the 7YW, 2nd Revised Edition.
- Two more Prussian Napoleonic Books in collaboration with Stanislav Lyulin.
- More Smoothbore Ordnance Journals dealing with Napoleonic Artillery.

summerfield08 Apr 2018 1:38 p.m. PST

Well it is less than a week away to Salute. I have now finished the final draft of the MC006 Prussian Light Troops of the Seven Years War: Part 1 Frei-Infanterie and Militia.

It has certainly been interesting discovering that the Militia operated in Pomerania, Brandenburg and East Prussia in the Kleine Kreig as the Freikorps & Frei-Infanterie with Frederick II in Silesia and Saxony: Ferdinand in Western German.

Now onto Part 2 for the Military Colours series.

Sorry - only verified members can post on the forums.