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The Courier #69

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North America's Foremost Miniatures Wargaming Magazine! Every issue of this classic publication was packed full of complete rule sets, scenarios, historical articles, reviews, convention reports and tips and tricks on all aspects of miniature wargaming.

This issue contains:

WILL YOU GO TO FlANDERS
JIM BROKAW's complete set of rules for the War of The Austrian Succession period, 1701-14.


OTTOMAN TURKS OF THE NAPOLEONIC PERIOD-PART II
WI'1TT KAPPELY finishes his article with Ottoman Turk specific rules for your Napoleonic Wargames.


SAVE THE GUNS
CHARLES D. COLLINS with a Sword & The Flame variant for ACW artillery.


ROLE PLAYING IN MINIATURES
VICTOR 0. SCHMIDT explores the possibilities in historical games.


WEISSENBERG
BRUCE B. DUTY with a report on playing this Franco-Prussian war scenario from They Died For GIOlY rules.


WlIAT HAPPENED TO
SCOTT HOLDER rounds out his review of the AMR southern campaign by tracing
the lives of the principal actors AFTER the war.


INVADING THE INTERNET & CONQUERING COMPUSERVE
CLINTON REILLY reviews the NET that is becoming so important to gaming.

 
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