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Report from Spring Gathering V


Personal logo Dances With Words Supporting Member of TMP Fezian writes:

The chap sitting down on the left side of the photo, looks like he just had the STANDING chap tell him…'I just SANK your GRAF SPREE'…..*slish…slish*



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Paul Glasser writes:

The summer 2007 Axis & Allies gaming season began with a strong showing at Spring Gathering V.

The event was held in Cincinnati on Saturday, March 31, and drew more than 50 players from across the country. Events included a variety of Axis & Allies games: Classic, Revised, D-Day, Pacific, Europe, and Battle of the Bulge.

War at Sea demo

Lew Wilming of Martins Ferry, Ohio, maneuvers his fleet during a demonstration of Axis & Allies: War at Sea.

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