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Tango01 Supporting Member of TMP31 May 2018 11:13 a.m. PST

"El impacto de la guerra, otra de las manifestaciones de la violencia, también es un aspecto que puede rastrearse en diversas fuentes. Si bien el siglo XIX está signado por un conjunto de episodios bélicos que afectaron al territorio de la futura Argentina, fue en particular la Guerra del Paraguay (1864-1871) la que constituyó un suceso extremadamente cruento que marcó el destino de los países que participaron de la contienda: Argentina, Brasil, Uruguay y Paraguay….."
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VictorBarone17 May 2021 1:38 p.m. PST

Hello friends,
I am the author of Borders of Blood, a book recently released by Caliver Books –
BoB is a wargame system dedicated to War of the Triple Alliance.
This is our Fanpage on Facebook – link
Take care!

John the Greater19 May 2021 6:47 a.m. PST

I have had the good fortune to see the paintings of Cándido López in the art museum in Buenos Aires.

VictorBarone21 May 2021 2:19 p.m. PST

"Borders of Blood is a well-presented set of wargames rules, specifically for Wargaming the Parguayan War of 1864 – 1870, dovetailing almost exclusively with the War of Triple Alliance figure range by Perry Miniatures.

Rulesets can either offer something so intriguing, inspiring, or unique that they cause you to venture into a new period – think SAGA, Sharp Practice, or Frostgrave – or they offer a service to gamers who are already ‘into' a period or conflict. Borders of Blood is definitely a solid entrant in this latter category."

Joe Smalley review on Wargames Illustrated


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