1/48 paper model of Hanriot HD.1 in Austro-Hungarian livery
The Hanriot HD.1 was a French World War I single-seat fighter aircraft. Rejected for service with French squadrons in favour of the SPAD S.7, the type was supplied to the Belgian and the Italian air forces with whom it proved highly successful. Of a total of about 1,200 examples built, 831 were in fact produced by Italian companies under... [click here for more]
A Matomaton collectable cards image collection for wargamers.
Fifty images from one series of collectable cards depicting the medals and ribbons of British chivalric orders and awards for valour.
This collection contains images of the fronts and backs of twenty-five cards from the British Orders Of Chivalry & Valour series of the early nineteenth... [click here for more]
This PDF provides some guidelines for building the ‘perfect’ gaming table. Of course, 'perfect' will always be what is perfect for you given your space, budget and carpentry talent, but I have been using this table for over 20 years now and it has served me well.
It is not my intent to provide detailed "plans" but rather to provide some basic ideas, which may prove useful in the design... [click here for more]
In June 1917 at the start of the Battle of Messines, the forces of the British Commonwealth faced off against the German Army. 19 huge land mines were detonated, tearing apart the German lines, and with them, the fabric between the natural and Supernatural.Supernatural creatures issued forth and the western front crumbled as both sides struggled to contend with the new enemy.... [click here for more]
The Sachsen, built for DELAG in 1913, was the sixth and last of Count von Zeppelin's pre-WWI civilian airships. Over the course of her commercial career she carried 9,836 passengers over 419 voyages. She was the first airship command of Ernst Lehmann who later lost his life in the Hindenburg disaster. During WWI the Sachsen was mustered into the German army as a training vessel. Later,... [click here for more]