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The boxed set is due in the shoppe in late June, with the other items due in mid-to-late June.


28mm Rorke's Drift Boxed Set

Rorke's Drift: 28mm Boxed Set Includes: 20 plastic multi-pose 28mm British Line Infantry, 40 plastic multi-pose 28mm Married Zulus, metal mounted Zulu InDuna, metal Zulu Witch Doctor, metal British and Zulu casualties, metal mounted Zulu InDuna, metal Zulu in British jacket firing Martini-Henry rifle. British characters: Lieutenant Chard (Royal Engineers), Lieutenant Bromhead, Color Sergeant Bourne and Private Hook. Laser-cut wooden Hospital and Storehouse buildings with teddy bear fur thatch. Resin Wagon Barricade. Resin stone wall Kraal (4 x 6-inch sections). Resin biscuit box barricades (2 x 6-inch sections). Resin biscuit box/mealie-bag barricades (3 x 6-inch sections). Resin mealie-bag barricades (3 x 6-inch sections). $310.00 USD

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Charles XI's War: The Scanian War Between Sweden and Denmark, 1675-1679

Charles XI's War: The Scanian War Between Sweden and Denmark, 1675-1679 The book describes and analyses the Scanian War, which was fought from 1675 to 1679 between, on one side, primarily Brandenburg and Denmark-Norway and, on the other side, SE Sweden. The war was mainly fought in Scania, the former Danish lands along the border with Sweden, and in northern Germany. The Danish objective was to retrieve Scania which, a generation earlier, had been captured by SE Sweden and ceded by Denmark.

Although the Danish fleet was victorious at sea, and an alliance headed by Brandenburg defeated the Swedes in Germany, the subsequent peace negotiations resulted in no major territorial changes. Danish partisans continued guerrilla operations in Scania for years, yet the former Danish territories remained in Swedish hands. However, the Danish invasion of Scania was defeated by the young Swedish King Charles XI. Includes 75 black-and-white illustrations, 27 black-and-white photos, 14 black-and-white maps, and eight color plates. $40.00 USD

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The Irish Brigade 1670-1745: The Wild Geese in French Service Explains the origins of the brigade and its regiments, the personalities who led them and formed their reputation, and the circumstances of their final dissolution in the aftermath of French Revolution. From the Nine Years War through the War of the Spanish Succession and beyond, their descendants would be present at Fontenoy, Culloden and in the Americas, forever destined to fight for a cause and land which had changed beyond recognition. $50.00 USD

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The British Are Coming: The War for America, Lexington to Princeton, 1775-1777 This initial volume of the American Revolution trilogy covers the first 21 months of the war for independence. From the battles at Lexington and Concord in spring 1775, to those at Trenton and Princeton in winter 1777, American militiamen and then the ragged Continental Army take on the world's most formidable fighting force. Includes American and British perspectives and covers characters: Henry Knox, the former bookseller with an uncanny understanding of artillery; Nathanael Greene, the blue-eyed bumpkin who becomes a brilliant battle captain; Benjamin Franklin, the self-made man who proves to be the wiliest of diplomats; George Washington, the commander-in-chief who learns the difficult art of leadership when the war seems all but lost. The story is also told from the British perspective. $40.00 USD

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Targeted Tracks: The Cumberland Valley Railroad in the Civil War, 1861-1865 Using the railway's voluminous reports, the letters and diaries of local residents and Union and Confederate soldiers, official reports, and newspaper accounts, this book profiles the 1861-1865 Cumberland Valley Railroad connecting Hagerstown, Maryland, to Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. Includes 28 images and three maps. $33.00 USD

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Piercing the FoG of War: The Theory and Practice of Command in the British and German Armies, 1918-1940

Piercing the Fog of War: The Theory and Practice of Command in the British and German Armies, 1918-1940 Since the late 1970s, anglophone and German military literature has been fascinated by the Wehrmacht's command system, especially the practice of Auftragstaktik. Analyzes the nature of friction and the potential command responses to it, including the development of a typology of eight command approaches, each approach then being tested to identify its relative effectiveness and requirements for success. Examines the British and German armies' doctrines of command during the period to reveal similarities and differences in relation to their perspective on the nature of warfare and the most appropriate responses. For example, this looks at the German doctrine as practiced by Erwin Rommel, both as a young subaltern fighting the Italians in 1917, and then as a newly-appointed divisional commander against the French in 1940, and is used to test the expression of in practice. Finally, this explores different command doctrines with case studies of two key armored battles: Amiens in August 1918 and Arras in May 1940. Includes four black-and-white maps, four black-and-white diagrams, and 14 tables. $50.00 USD

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Command of the Sea: William Pakenham and the Russo-Japanese Naval War 1904-1905 Studies the Russo-Japanese War of 1904-1905, as seen through the eyes of the British Naval Attache Captain William Pakenham. The complicated set of international relations at the turn of the century is reviewed, as well as the balance of seapower in the Far East, which was a matter of considerable importance to the British government. The role of the naval attache was thus of considerable importance, particularly once war had broken out. Includes 28 illustrations and six maps. $50.00 USD

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A Time to Die and a Time to Live: Disaster to Triumph: Groundbreaking Developments in Care of the Wounded on the Western Front 1914-1918 Describes the tremendous progress made in the treatment of wounded soldiers during the Great War, which significantly improved chances of survival. It describes groundbreaking advances in resuscitation, anesthesia and surgery which established the foundations of modern war surgery. It stresses the importance of blood transfusion. Includes 90 black-and-white photos, eight black-and-white maps, and 25 tables. $45.00 USD

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And Don't Forget the Magazines…

Wargames Illustrated: Issue #381 – Includes Russian Crimean War Sprue

Wargames Illustrated: Issue #381 – Includes Russian Crimean War Sprue Theme: That Flood of Sullen Soldiery: Battle of Carrickfergus 1760, American Invasion of Canada 1785, Forever Undivided: An Uncivil War, and The Estonian War of Independence 1918-20. Features: Observation Post, Painting Your Crimean War Russian Infantryman, Designer's Notes: Ragnarok, Partizan 2019: The Winners, Terra Forming the Elf King, Learning through the Lens of Peleliu, Why I Love Dead Man's Hand, 66 Mancetter at Salute, and more. $9.00 USD

Miniature Wargames: Issue #435 with Cruel Seas Sprue

Miniature Wargames: Issue #435 With Cruel Seas Sprue Cover feature includes a free Vosper MTB or S-Boat with a new just after D-Day scenario, then a 28mm D-Day scenario for Ultracombat Normandy called Spreading the Ham and Jam, and then we move the WWII theme to the Western Desert for a battle between the British and Italians. Also, Prepare for War! – the new conquest rules which are bringing grimdark to the world of fantasy. In The Great Expedition (part one), we look at the background to Drake's 16th Century raids in the new world. Next month, in part two, we conclude with rules and scenarios. In Send Three and Fourpence, we cover solo and cooperative wargaming, and in Command Decision, we have a Crusades conundrum. Compare and Contrast: we try out Games Workshop's new Citadel Contrast Paints. There's a report on the Partizan show; the Wargames Widow makes trees, and James Winspear builds a fantasy house!

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