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Personal logo 20thmaine Supporting Member of TMP18 Jun 2022 10:32 a.m. PST

It's been all change at the Solo Wargamers Association Blog – and the Solo Wargamers Association itself with a new Web Site Editor, and a change of Editor for the Lone Warrior magazine itself!

George Arnold had managed the website since its startup in 2011, the new site editor is John Yorio link

And Rich Barbuto has completed Issue 219 of Lone Warrior, his final and 110th issue as editor starting with the North American edition and then the World Wide edition over the last 27 years! link The new editor will be David Newport.

Many thanks are due to both Rich and George for their sterling efforts, and to John and David for picking up the reins.

Recent articles on the Lone Warrior blog include:

Musings on campaigns by George Banic link

Jonathan Aird reviewed Osprey Duel 33 : Panzer IV vs Char B1 Bis (France 1940) PDF link and found it refreshingly interesting.

Rob Morgan reviews the book Battles Map by Map PDF link and finds it worthy of 6 or 7 out of 10!

George Arnold takes a look at the newly revived Journal of 20th Century Wargamers PDF link and finds much good content therein.

Jonathan Aird takes a look at Osprey New Vanguard 140 Armored Trains PDF link and finds it perfect for anyone who…likes armored trains

Brian Cameron's rules for European Warfare 1815-1850 PDF link Metternich Wars have been added to the complete rules sets section of the Blog

Rob Morgan sparked an interesting discussion on Casualty Rates link

Jonathan Aird invested wisely in a few copies of the Underminer die-cast vehicle from Incredibles 2 PDF link and now just needs a couple of armies to go with them…

Jim Rohrer reviews an inexpensive set of Napoleonic miniatures PDF link

Rob Morgan discusses Little David lonewarriorswa.com/little-david a WWII Bunker Buster that never saw action

Jonathan Aird looks at the 3 boxes of Cimmerians from Dark Alliance PDF link and finds them more than good value.

Rich Barbuto reviews Bad Roads and Poor Rations: Fifty-nine
Wargame Scenarios for the North American War of 1812 PDF link and finds it an excellent resource

The current sample articles from Lone Warrior that are available for reading are:

1. Craig Dunglison's "Legendary Leagues" with the game Marvel Legendary PDF link (Originally published in Lone Warrior 211)

2. Paul Le Long's A Song of Frost and Shadow: Fantasy Skirmish Wargames PDF link (Originally published in Lone Warrior 211)

3. Jim Rohrer's Attack on the Paris Commune, 1871 (Originally published in Lone Warrior 211) PDF link

4.Rob Morgan's Fort Zinderneuf
……The loneliest outpost in the empire (Originally published in Lone Warrior 211) PDF link

And of course there is lots more in the guise of discussions and interesting links. Take a look (if you like!)

FusilierDan Supporting Member of TMP19 Jun 2022 4:00 a.m. PST

Quite a bit of material to read while waiting for your opponent to move. :-)

Best of luck to the new Editors and thanks to those who put in all the effort in the past.

Fitzovich Supporting Member of TMP19 Jun 2022 9:14 a.m. PST

Lone Warrior is an excellent work and I encourage all who have not yet done so to subscribe.

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