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1973 Flyers

1973 Flyers


This is a bundle of two flyers from Lowry Enterprises in 1973, and the program booket for DEWCON (Down East Wargamers Convention). These are offered for free as peek into the world of that time. ...   [click here for more]
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An Introduction to Wargaming

An Introduction to Wargaming


When Don Lowry took over Panzerfaust in 1972, he offered a free booklet to all new and returning subscribers. This booklet was a guide to the essentials of board and miniatures wargaming, with listings of promenent publishers and clubs. Gary Gygax wrote the lead piece for the booklet (reprinted from Lowrys Guidon #1 published a few months earlier), and (at my guess) the section on miniatures...   [click here for more]
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Campaign #1

Campaign #1


After Don Lowry took over Panzerfaust he found he was receiving far more good history article submissions than he could justify publishing in a gaming magazine. So, Campaign was launched in 1973 as a military history magazine. It was originally intended  to be bimonthly, publishing alternately to Panzerfaust. However, by the time it was published, this plan had been changed...   [click here for more]
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Lowrys Guidon #1

Lowrys Guidon #1


At the start of 1972, Lowrys Hobbies was a successful mail-order store for wargamers. However, the catalog was going out of date faster than it could easily be revised, so a supplement with updates and corrections was provided. It also contained a short editorial giving news about the business, and two articles. In the normal course of events, it would have started picking up more articles, and expanded...   [click here for more]
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Lowrys Guidon #2

Lowrys Guidon #2


The second issue of Lowrys Guidon came out in April 1972, alongside the 1972 Discount Catalog and shortly after Don Lowry had acquired Panzerfaust from Don Greenwood. It expanded to 20 pages, and had a few more articles than the first issue, but otherwise kept the same format. Contents: Editorial British Line Infantry 1812-15 * Wally Williams, Jr. Airfix Order of...   [click here for more]
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Lowrys Guidon #3

Lowrys Guidon #3


The third issue of Lowrys Guidon came out around late July 1972, after a trip to Maine to secure a larger house for the family and business. It went back down to twelve pages in the same format as the first two issues. Contents: Editorial Modeler's Corner * Don Lowry Discovering Wargaming * Chuck Lane Hardtack Additions * Don Lowry And five-plus pages of thoroughly...   [click here for more]
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Lowrys Guidon #4

Lowrys Guidon #4


The fourth issue of Lowrys Guidon came out in October 1972, just before the business moved to Maine. This was the final supplement to the 1972 Discount Catalog, with the 1973 Catalog coming out a few months later. Contents: Editorial What To Do With All Those Wargame Counters * R. Medrow Micromania * Kevin Slimak Crossing the 'T' * Phil Willows More Hardtack Additions...   [click here for more]
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Lowrys Hobbies Catalog 1970

Lowrys Hobbies Catalog 1970


In May 1970, a new small business was launched: a mail-order hobby store geared towards wargaming, especially for miniatures. The business would grow, incorporating other secondary businesses, like Guidon Games (whose first product is featured in this catalog), The Toy Soldier (a physical store that opened in 1973), Panzerfaust Publications (centered on the magazine of the same name, bought in 1972),...   [click here for more]
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Panzerfaust #53

Panzerfaust #53


In 1972 Don Greenwood was hired by Avalon Hill as editor for their magazine, the General. The magazine that had brought him to their attention was sold to Don Lowry, who took over as of issue #53. This is a searchable scanned PDF of the original issue (without the game insert) from May/June 1972. (Note that there are a couple of pages where the text gets cut off a little, this was in the...   [click here for more]
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Panzerfaust #54

Panzerfaust #54


The second issue of Panzerfaust under Don Lowry, this issue features a review of AH's France, 1940, compared with Gary Gygax's Dunkirk, thoughts on North Africa in WWII, and designer's notes on Spirit of '76, a game that was originally a subscriber's bonus with this issue (not included here), as well as articles by designer Vance von Borries, and author Jerry Pournelle....   [click here for more]
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Panzerfaust #55

Panzerfaust #55


The third issue of Panzerfaust under Don Lowry (September-October 1972) continued the new format. The editorial column had recent news, and announced an upcoming move to Maine, as the current house that was holding the magazine, Lowrys Hobbies (a mail-order catalog), and Guidon Games, was far too small for everything. Contents: Line of Communications * Editor Wargamer’s...   [click here for more]
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Panzerfaust #56

Panzerfaust #56


Issue #56 of Panzerfaust (November-December 1972) was the fourth under Don Lowry, and the last one produced in Indiana on his press, though it actually went out after the business had moved to Maine. Contents: Line of Communications * Editor Anzio: Born 1969 - Died 1972 * Tom Oleson Fall Gelb Revisited * Kevin Slimak The Oblique Line * Thomas Nowak In Defense of...   [click here for more]
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Panzerfaust #57

Panzerfaust #57


Issue #57 of Panzerfaust (January-February 1973) was the first done at a regular printing service, which meant the size changed (to 6"x9"), but the page count went up, the paper quality was much improved, and it was properly trimmed. This was the first issue produced in Maine, in a more spacious area than the home in Evansville, but the change in venue and printing did cause it to come out...   [click here for more]
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Panzerfaust #58

Panzerfaust #58


Issue #58 of Panzerfaust (May-June 1973) came out late (which is why it skips two months from the previous issue), but in much better editorial shape, and with sixteen more pages (68, including the covers). The Fox Hole continues to give current perspectives on the issue (on the last page), including Don Lowry's (non-)involvement with Dungeons & Dragons. Contents:...   [click here for more]
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Panzerfaust #59

Panzerfaust #59


Issue #59 of Panzerfaust (July-August 1973), along with the articles expected of a gaming magazine, also has commentary from five people in the wargame industry of 1972, representing Avalon Hill, Conflict Games, Simulations Design Corporation, Gamma Two Games, and Guidon Games (SPI was asked, but didn't respond) about the future of wargaming. Contents: Line of Communications...   [click here for more]
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Panzerfaust #60

Panzerfaust #60


Issue #60 of Panzerfaust was the first of a set eight issues that did not bear a cover date. However, Don Lowry's personal copy has "Feb-Mar '74" penciled on the cover, implying it went out about five months late. Among the regular articles is a piece by Jack Scruby describing how the miniatures business works. Contents: Line of Communications * Editor A Point Is a Point...   [click here for more]
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Panzerfaust #61

Panzerfaust #61


Issue #61 of of Panzerfaust moved to a new printing service, and a new digest-sized format. It did come out two months after #60, making it effectively (though unmarked) the April-May 1974 issue. Contents: Line of Communications * Editor War at Sea: The High Seas Fleet, The Tragedy * Robert G. Dick Aux Armes! * Pete Bennett The Tactics of Panzerblitz * Roy...   [click here for more]
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Panzerfaust #62

Panzerfaust #62


Don Lowry’s personal copy of Panzerfaust #62 has “Jun-Jul ’74” penciled on the cover, which would be about when this undated issue went out. Contents: The Swedish National Army of Gustavus Adolphus * Kent H. Clotfelter Wargamer's Guide To the American Civil War, Part VII * Don Lowry Chaco: Game Review * Jack Greene, Jr Bar Lev: The Use of the Israeli Air Force * John...   [click here for more]
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Panzerfaust #63

Panzerfaust #63


By the reconstructed schedule, this was the August-September 1974 issue. The big news was the sale of Lowrys Hobbies (the original mail-order store) to Pete Rice, under the name "The Toy Soldier". Contents: Game Review: Seven Days * Richard Hamblen Le Jour de Gloire: The Aftermath of Napoleon's Victory at Waterloo * Robert D. Harman Incremental PanzerBlitz * Andy Lavis, Tom...   [click here for more]
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Panzerfaust #64

Panzerfaust #64


This was the last issue produced in Maine, and has a reconstructed date of October-November 1974. Contents: Wargamer’s Guide To the American Civil War Part VIII * Don Lowry The Battle of Middleton * Pete Rice The Battle of Slovicike Bridge * Ed Eaton Chainmail Fantasy Variant * Kenneth Burke December 1941 * Charles Starkes Operation Market Garden: Game Strategies * Harold...   [click here for more]
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Panzerfaust #65

Panzerfaust #65


This issue was the first one produced in Fallbrook, CA, which would be the home of the magazine for the rest of its life. This, and the next couple would still carry no cover date, but this one is being considered December '74/January-February '75. Contents: A Military History of the Third Crusade * Stanley Grip, Jr. A Look At the Ardennes Offensive * Anthony O’Brien Ardennes Breakout...   [click here for more]
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Panzerfaust #66

Panzerfaust #66


Roughly the March-April 1975 issue, this was the second one produced in Fallbrook, CA. Contents: The Yom Kippur War * Kent H. Clotfelter Six From Avalon Hill * Don Lowry The East is Red * Charles Starks Siege of Gondor * John Van Devender Sinai: A Critique * Norris L. Darrall NATO Goes Nuts: The Third Great Imperialist War * Tyrone Bomba What I Dislike About Critics of SPI...   [click here for more]
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Panzerfaust #67

Panzerfaust #67


The last issue to go without a date, this is the May-June 1975 issue. The masthead proclaimed "Incorporating CAMPAIGN Magazine", marking the end of efforts to sell that magazine to someone else. Contents: Third Reich Addenda * Steve Kane Verdun: The Situation & The Game * Jerrold Thomas Verdun: The Variants * Jerrold Thomas Battle Report: Le Caillou * Pete Rice Beating the System...   [click here for more]
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Panzerfaust #68

Panzerfaust #68


Back on a regular schedule that would last for several years, Panzerfaust picked up cover dates again in the middle of 1975. Contents: A Review of Two Tactical Civil War Games * Herschel M. Sarnoff & Frank Peterson Wargamer's Guide to the ACW, Part IX * Don Lowry A Slice of Battleline Publications * Jack Greene, Jr. El Alamein: Game Critique * Vance von Borries...   [click here for more]
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Panzerfaust #69

Panzerfaust #69


The September-October 1975 issue of Panzerfaust stayed on schedule, and featured an interview with Gary Gygax. Contents: Historical Overlord * Steve Kane Panzerfaust Interviews TSR * Don Lowry The Defense of Quebec * Don Lowry Tank! Game Review * Jim Putka Blind Tank! * Russell Johnston Search & Destroy * Pat Allen Ti-Terran! * Roberto Camino Two Games...   [click here for more]
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Panzerfaust #70

Panzerfaust #70


The November-December 1975 issue was the last one under the original Panzerfaust name. This issue featured the news from Origins I, and interviews with Gamma Two (Columbia) Games and Jedko Games. Contents: Origins I * Charles Starks Wargames North of the Border * Jack Greene, Jr. & Larry E. Hoffman Wargaming Down Under * Jack Greene, Jr. Caesar, Beware the Orders of Battle...   [click here for more]
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Panzerfaust and Campaign #71

Panzerfaust and Campaign #71


In January-February 1976, Panzerfaust had its first name change, to Panzerfaust and Campaign, the start of a transition that would finish in 1977. The feature article was a travelogue encompassing Origins I and several wargame companies. Contents: My Pilgrimage to the Cathedrals of Wargaming * Jack Greene, Jr. The Campaign and Battle of Brussels * Don Lowry Rommel:...   [click here for more]
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Wargamer's Guide to Afrika Korps

Wargamer's Guide to Afrika Korps


In 1972, Guidon Games published the "Wargamer's Guidebook Series", reprinting the better articles from various magazines on a particular game. All were edited by Don Greenwood, and put together just before (or as) he was hired by Avalon Hill. The first of these was Wargamer's Guide to Afrika Korps, containing eleven articles about the design and play of Avalon Hill's 1964 classic game on...   [click here for more]
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Wargamer's Guide to Stalingrad

Wargamer's Guide to Stalingrad


The third (and last) booklet in Guidon Game’s Wargamer’s Guidebook Series was an expanded reprint of the book that started the idea, Don Greenwood's Stalingrad Strategy Guide. Published around September 1972, it reprinted articles from The Avalon Hill General, International Wargamer, Panzerfaust, and The Spartan collected by Don Greenwood. The book...   [click here for more]
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Wargamer's Guide to The Battle of the Bulge

Wargamer's Guide to The Battle of the Bulge


The second booklet in Guidon Game's Wargamer's Guidebook Series came out around April 1972, and reprinted articles from The Avalon Hill General, International Wargamer, and Panzerfaust collected by Don Greenwood. These are all about the original 1965 Avalon Hill release of the game, though there is also a review of Guidon Games' variant Operation Greif. Contents:...   [click here for more]
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