Published in 1913, and strongly influenced by Kriegspiel, H.G. Wells chronicles the creation of his miniature wargame, and lays out its fascinatiing rules in Little Wars.
This edition has kept the original text intact, while updating the formatting and layout, and condensing the number of pages. It has also been complimented with both original and modern illustrations and photographs. ... [click here for more]
A Matomaton military history reference book.
A compilation of WHG Kingston's writings on British explorations of the Arctic during the reign of Queen Victoria.
This PDF gathers together Kingston's articles written for two volumes that charted the wars and campaigns fought by Great Britain in various parts of the world.
The PDF contains:
-- Four pages... [click here for more]
This classic episode features host Jonathan J. Reinhart as he discusses Huzzah Con 2011 (click to go register). He chats about the games he will be playing and why he is attending the con with his wife. Jonathan highlights some other games that he wishes he could play. He manages to insert a reference to deceased estates while discussing the bring and buy on Sunday.
For those attending the con Jonathan... [click here for more]
This classic episode features host Jonathan J. Reinhart and former co-host Tom Barbalet as they discuss Jonathan’s trip to Huzzah Con 2011. Jonathan provides a brief overview of Huzzah and some sights to see in Portland, Maine. Almost the entire show is devoted to a discussion of Huzzah Con 2011. Jonathan describes the first game he played, Raiders of Sulu Sea by Mike Paine, which used homegrown... [click here for more]
Host Jonathan J. Reinhart begins the show with a monologue on the responsibility podcasters have to their listeners (inspired by the latest installment of his column at TrollITC, read How Kevin Smith Rekindled My Podcasting Flame). The show discusses Huzzah Convention 2012 held in Portland, Maine.
Jonathan discusses all things Huzzah Con 2012 including his thoughts on the First Battle of Sacket’s... [click here for more]