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POLL: Interest in Wargaming Pancho Villa's Battles?


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katnmoose writes:

Having designed and manufactured a range of figures of the Mexican Revolution and Pershing Expedition I gamed it as well. Not an automatic action as I never painted or gamed with the Moros, Hatians, Aztecs or many others that I made.

The Mexican Revolution and America's response and interaction with the various personalities were of great interest to me, living in El Paso for so long. Even bought a couple of Don Stivers prints of the Last Charge, showing the 11th US Cavalry in action.

I asked the sculptor to do a figure for me of a mounted US trooper firing his .45 and things just kind of blossomed from there. A few more Mexican infantry and I decided to manufacture them. Paying someone else to cast them for me. To help sell the Revolutionary Mexicans I commissioned the Magificent Seven figures and was hooked.

Jeff


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VOTING RESULTS
AnswerVotes%Chart
very high
19
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high
26
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medium
118
27%
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low
73
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very low
74
17%
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nonexistent
134
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POLL IS CLOSED
POLL DESCRIPTION

A recent issue of the Journal of the SoTCW includes an article introducing Pershing's expedition against Pancho Villa (1916-1917), including scenario notes and a bibliography.

What is your level of interest in wargaming the battles of Pancho Villa?