Napoleon's Imperial Guard was an elite corps of veteran fighters who proved their worth in many of his most important campaigns. Their fierce reputation survives to this day.
Napoleon's Imperial Guard
- Eoghan Kelly, 'The almost-always-in-reserve Imperial Guard - The original grognards'.
- Nicholas Stock, 'The Battle of Hanau: 30 - 31 October, 1813 - Clear the woods'.
- Eoghan Kelly, '"The most desperately contested of battles" - The battle at Heurtebise Farm'.
- Martin Oaff and Guy Bowers, 'The Young Guard at Plancenoit - Stemming Blucher's tide'.
- Guy Bowers, 'The Imperial Guard in miniature - Pour l'empereur!'.
- Angel Aparicio, 'Charge of the Lancers of the Guard - En avant!'.
- Ken Robinson, 'Norman and Welsh forces skirmish at Ogmore - Marcher lord'.
- Mark Backhouse, '(A very small) Battle of Aquae Sextiae, 102 BC - In such a way the fields are fattened'.
- Joe Bilton, 'Lieutenant Speirs and D Company, 506th PIR - Isolated at Bloody Gulch'.
- Stuart Mulligan, 'Collecting and gaming the early Tudor Wars - Pike, bow & trouser hose'.
- Joe Bilton, 'Scratch-building a French-style walled farm - A little piece of Normandy'.
- Tony Harwood, 'Scratch-built hedges for the war-game table - Hedging your borders'.
- Miniature reviews
- Rick Priestley, 'This gaming life - New Year's resolution'.
- Joseph McCullough, 'The Irregular - Painting miniatures in 1990 (American style)'.
- Chris King, 'The brand-new WWII commando stealth game - Let's play 02 Hundred Hours'.
- Ian Beal, Eoghan Kelly, Guy Bowers, and Chris Payne, 'Game reviews - This Very Ground: Victory or Death (2nd Edition), Blitzkrieg Battlegames and Blitzkrieg BattleGroups, BOHICA and Renato Et Gloriam'.
- Book reviews
- Parting shots