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onmilitarymatters Sponsoring Member of TMP of On Military Matters writes:

Reminder: OMM Remains Open for Internet Orders & Shipping!

The shoppe continues not to be open for walk-in trade at this time.

However, if you wish to pick up your order at the store, call ahead and we can leave a package outside the door.

Most items due into the shoppe in two to three weeks.

Rules…

In Deo Veritas: Fast-Play Rules for Exciting Seventeenth Century Battles

In Deo Veritas: Fast-Play Rules for Exciting Seventeenth Century Battles The heart of the rules covering 17th Century warfare is a Disorder Test – if commanders fail to maintain cohesion, then their forces could be heading for destruction. Units become progressively disabled as disorder sets in and cohesion begins to suffer. Keeping the troops going, even when things seem bleak, is critical for success. Using the smaller scales of 6mm, 10mm, or 15mm, the usual 6' x 4' table gives a scale battlefield over a mile wide – big enough to cover all but the largest engagements. Includes six historical battle scenarios, terrain generator, and a point system. $30.00 USD

OMM Discount: Save 15%, now $25.50 USD
Field of Battle Piquet: 1642-1900 3rd Edition

Field of Battle Piquet: 1642-1900 3rd Edition Refined and expanded with new rules and expanded period-specific rules that cover battles from 1642 to 1900 with the same core rules, but adding period-specific rules to capture the tactical nuances of each period. Includes a complete campaign system, Season of Battle. Full-color. Includes card pages – not required for rules use, but just a nice add-on. Field of Battle is a stand-alone game – no additional supplements are necessary.

Period-specific rules and playsheets are included for: English Civil War 1642-1651, War of Spanish Succession 1701-1714, Great Northern War 1700-1721, Jacobite Rebellion 1745-1746, Seven Years War 1756-1763, American War of Independence 1775-1783, Napoleonic Wars 1799-1815, Mexican-American War 1846-1848, Anglo-Sikh Wars 1845-1846, 1848-1849, Crimean War 1853-1856, Franco-Austrian War 1859, American Civil War 1861-1865, Austro-Prussian War 1866, Franco-Prussian War 1870-1871, Russo-Turkish War 1877, Anglo-Zulu War 1879; and Anglo-Sudan War 1881-1899. $40.00 USD

Field of Battle Piquet: Deluxe Sequence Card Decks: Double Decks For Field of Battle 3rd Edition – Deluxe Sequence Card Deck Double Deck. This contains two 54-card sequence decks for Field of Battle Horse and Musket period rules. Two decks to enhance your game play! $24.00 USD

Season of Battle: Campaign Card Deck One 54-card, casino-quality playing card deck for the campaign game for 3rd Edition Field of Battle. Includes the map cards for Season of Battle. $15.00 USD

Peter Bunde Uniform Plates…

370: Cisalpine Republic/Italian Republic: Regiment of Mounted Rifles 1800-1805

370: Cisalpine Republic/Italian Republic: Regiment of Mounted Rifles 1800-1805 Another in the terrific series. Uniform plate with 20+ color figures, flags or standards, facings, etc. Descriptions on reverse side. $14.00 USD

371: Kingdom of Italy: 1st Regiment of Mounted Rifles Real Italiano 1808-1811 Another in the terrific series. Uniform plate with 20+ color figures, flags or standards, facings, etc. Descriptions on reverse side. $14.00 USD

Modeling Books…

Modelling and Painting WWII U.S. Figures and Vehicles

Modelling and Painting WWII U.S. Figures and Vehicles Covers the modeling and painting of U.S. armed forces in the Pacific, on D-Day, and during the liberation of Europe in 1:35, 1:56, 1:72, and 1:76 scales. Historical overviews set the scene, followed by detailed step-by-step modeling and painting guides for the creation of accurate and realistic models, whether for display or wargaming. With over 250 color photographs, this book includes the following models for personnel: infantryman, paratrooper, ranger, marine, airmen, combat engineers, tank crew, and General George S. Patton. It also includes models for small arms, artillery, and vehicles – tanks, half-tracks, tank destroyers, jeeps, armored cars, and more. $30.00 USD

OMM Discount: Save 10%, now $27.00 USD

Modelling British World War II Armored Vehicles Step-by-step building and painting guides illustrate vehicles in 1:35, 1:72, and 1:76 scale models, often with a comparison of vehicles from different manufacturers – including M3 Grant Mk1, Cromwell Mk 1V, Royal Marine Centaur, and Sherman M4A1 and Crab. $35.00 USD

OMM Discount: Save 10%, now $31.50 USD

Modelling German World War II Armored Vehicles Reference for wargamers and modelers provides extensive information on WWII German vehicles, describing colors, what was used and when, and how the vehicles evolved and were adapted to perform specialized functions. Photographs of vintage vehicles have been included to enable the creation of realistic models. $35.00 USD

OMM Discount: Save 10%, now $31.50 USD

Scale Military Figure Conversions Converting models figures is a fascinating pastime, which can become rather costly if you choose models in metal or resin. For those of us on a budget, yet still wanting to achieve a more than acceptable result, polythene figures (more usually the province of wargamers) set an interesting challenge. The book includes detailed step-by-step guides to: Modifying figures – Changing arm and leg positions – Altering uniforms – Adding extra detail – Changing faces – Choosing the right tools for the job – Detailing your figures – Historical accuracy. $30.00 USD

OMM Discount: Save 10%, now $27.00 USD

Books…

U.S. Army WWII Unit Organizations

U.S. Army WWII Unit Organizations This book contains extensively researched and detailed organization charts for 253 units ranging from squad to company level, with additional battalion-level and higher level charts and diagrams to put everything into context. Extensive notes explain how everything fits together and provides the reader an immense amount of information with which to better understand U.S. Army organizations, and to organize one's miniature armies for battle on the tabletop. $35.00 USD

The British & the Sikhs: Discovery, Warfare and Friendship c1700-1900 In the 18th Century, the Sikh Confederacy rose from the ashes of the crumbling Mughal Empire. Under the leadership of General Baghel Singh they conquered the Red Fort of Delhi in 1783 that led to the 1801 formation of the Sikh Empire in the Punjab under Maharajah Ranjit Singh. During this time, the East India Company also expanded its frontiers and territories. As both expanded, an influx of Christian missionaries came to convert the Sikhs into the British way of thinking.

The two empires were destined to clash and the Anglo-Sikh Wars of 1845-1849 witnessed some of the bloodiest battles Victoria's Britain fought, with major losses on both sides. The annexation of the Punjab led to the employment of the Sikhs into the British Indian Army all the way through to WWII. Includes eight-page color section and 23 black-and-white images.

This book weaves the reader through anecdotes and important events highlighting the relationship between the British and the Sikhs which exists to this day. In this deeply researched book, Mann uses rare anecdotes to provide recognition to early descriptions from British administrators, writers, and illustrators who depicted the history of the Sikhs and the land of the Punjab. The book is also supplemented with a number of Anglo-Sikh treaties which determined relations in the 19th Century. $30.00 USD

OMM Discount: Save 15%, now $25.50 USD

Wild East: The British in Japan 1854-1868 For over two centuries, Japan had been hidden behind a veil of seclusion. This changed in when Commodore Perry arrived in 1853. Unsurprisingly for a world power, Britain was fast to get in on the action. Unknown to them, their sudden appearance had accelerated the pace of political change in Japan.

The newcomers found themselves increasingly out of their depth in a power struggle that they did not understand. The Shogun and the emperor were at each other's throats, factions jockeyed for position, and the foreigners were at the center of it. Britain's first diplomats found themselves the targets of assassins and to their confusion discovered that the emperor had no legislative power and the Shogun's word was no longer law. Includes 33 color and black-and-white images and illustrations.

With the lessons of the Opium Wars still in recent memory, a number of British soldiers, ambassadors, interpreters and adventurers attempted to protect Imperial interests in Japan without causing outright war. This is the story of the rocky beginning of Anglo-Japanese relations amidst political schemes, gunboat diplomacy, assassins, and samurai, in the dying days of the Edo period and the twilight of the last Shogun. $38.00 USD

OMM Discount: Save 15%, now $32.30 USD

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