Wargames, Soldiers and Strategy 87
Wargames, Soldiers and Strategy issue 87 with the English Civil War
Special Feature: the English Civil War
- Eoghan Kelly, 'This war without an enemy - A very English Civil War'.
- Michael Leck, 'The Swedish influence on the Battle of Newburn - Weapons for the rebels'.
- Mark Backhouse, 'Small scale scenarios for the English Civil War - A year apart - Winchester and Romsey'.
- Nicholas Stock, 'The battles of Newbury, 1643 and Cheriton, 1644 - Soldierly actions in an unhappy war'.
- Guy Bowers, 'Collecting armies for the English Civil War - For God, King, and parliament'.
- David Imrie, 'On the cover - Death before dishonour'.
- Dan Mersey, 'A wild west shootout with a difference - Bang! You're dead'.
- Rob Broom, 'The last Welsh warrior princess - Gwenllian of the great revolt'.
- Piers Brand, 'Armour action in Belgium - An autumn storm'
- Mark Backhouse, 'Rediscovering your wargames mojo - Getting back in the saddle'.
- Tony Barton, 'A sculptor's first inspiration - Nostalgia in tin'.
- Tony Harwood, 'Building a timber framed dovecote - The dove house'.
- Ruben Torregrosa, 'Painting snow camouflage for Kharkov - White death'.
- Miniature reviews
- Rick Priestley, 'This Gaming Life’.
- Richard Clarke, 'Up front'.
- Tony Harwood, 'The Irregular - A labour of love or a neccessary evil'.
- Rossco Watkins, 'Quick play colonial rules - The men who would be kings'.
- Guy Bowers, 'The new big battle game from Gripping Beast - Let's play Swordpoint'.
- Game Reviews of Deus Vult - Burn and Loot and Congo.
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