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Wargames, Soldiers and Strategy 115 (PDF)

Wargames, Soldiers and Strategy issue 115 (PDF) with Technology during the American Civil War

Though the American Civil War still felt decidedly Napoleonic at the start, by its end, a range of new innovations had given the conflict a far more modern feel.

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Technology during the American Civil War
  • Eoghan Kelly, 'Innovation and development in the American Civil War - War is cruelty'.
  • Eoghan Kelly, 'The Battle for Island Number Ten, February - April 1862 - Running the Mississippi gauntlet'.
  • Guy Bowers and Ian Beal, 'The taking of Fort Harrison, 29 September 1864 - The key to Richmond'.
  • Nick Skinner, 'A teaser view of cavalry in the American Civil War - Adapt and survive'.
  • Mark Backhouse, 'The Battle of Allatoona Pass, 5 October 1864 - Rails and repeaters at Rowett's Redoubt'.
  • Guy Bowers, 'A look at American Civil War ranges - Get there first with the most'.
  • Alberto Mateos Jurado, 'Bringing out the really big guns - Don't smile for the camera'.
Features
  • Jeff Jonas and Guy Bowers, 'The Greatest decisive battle you've never heard of - The Battle of Ipsus, 301 BC'.
  • Mark Backhouse, 'The Franco-Castilian raid on the Isle of Wight in 1377 - Violence on Vectis'.
  • Rob Wubbenhorst, 'US destroyers versus Japanese cruisers - The Battle off Samar'.
  • Tony Concagh, 'The joy of asymmetric games: making fun scenarios - Turning the tables'.
  • Rubén Torregrosa, 'Painting Soviet camouflage in 15mm - The Red Army in amoeba green'.
  • Philip Taylor, 'Making versatile structures for arid settings - Adobe buildings'.
Departments
  • Miniature reviews
  • Rick Priestley, 'This gaming life - Richard Halliwell, 1959-2021'.
  • David Hiscocks, 'The Irregular - Historical revisionism and wargaming'.
  • Eric ter Keurs and Menzo Kwint, 'Let's play a complete ancient and medieval ruleset - Art de la Guerre V4'.
  • David Davies, 'The new supplement for Muskets & Tomahawks - Let's play Shakos & Bayonets'.
  • David Davies, Rich Jones, and Chris King, 'Game reviews - The War on the Ground, In Deo Veritas and D-Day: US Sector Bolt Action campaign book'.
  • Book reviews
  • Parting shots
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