Monthly Archives: February 2012

WWII update for the new year!

Coming up in the over the course of the coming year I have a host of new weekends for the WWII. We’ll be using our own set of rules derived from all the good things in the WWII rules fraternity. The point is large games played fluidly and over huge tables! Continue reading

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Oudenarde the final instalment

The French were taking their time bringing the reserves on, only getting three units on a turn was causing them some real issues. Continue reading

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The Battle of Oudenarde at the Wargames Holiday Centre.

The Duke of Marlborough, Eugene, Duc de Savoy, Marshal Vendome and the Duc de Burgundy arrived in the car park here at the Wargames Holiday Centre Continue reading

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Kursk and the Battle for Prokhorovka.

Later this year on the 13th July we will be putting on the Northern sector for Kursk. This will involve a lot more Italian troops, Semovente’s, Bersaglieri, Black Shirts and lots more, there’ll be plenty of German and Russian kit as well. Continue reading

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Connoisseur Miniatures from Bicorne.

Hi Guys, today I wanted to show you some of the great figures offered from Connoisseur miniatures. The three battalions shown here are nearly twenty years old, after a recent brush up, a fresh coat of varnish and a re-paint on the basing they have come up extremely well! Continue reading

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Eylau the final charge!!

The weather had improved briefly, brief enough to see whole squadrons of light cavalry were mown down by the Russian batteries, the village of Serpallen was taking a severe mauling, Continue reading

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Eylau continued 09-02-12

The Divisions of Davout’s Corps were stalled on their flank march with the heavy snow and the appearance of Prince Galitzin’s cavalry corps. Momentarily the snow lifted, only light flurries limiting visibility slightly. Continue reading

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