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MWAN Volume 4, Number 1 (#17)

MWAN Volume 4, Number 1 (#17)

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MWAN Vol. 4, Number 1

A nostalgic look back at where wargaming was in 1985. Long past wargaming events and product reviews, interviews, complete rule sets and Hal Thinglum's editorial which is always entertaining!   

Includes:

1- Editorial (Hal Thinglum)

2- Origins 85 HMGS Meeting - A Midwesterner's View (Todd Fisher)

2- Operational Rules for the Sudan Wars - Blueprints (Howard Whitehouse)

4- Bits and Pieces (Hal Thinglum)

5- U. S. Volunteers in the Mexican War (Mark Stevens)

6- Interview With a Wargamer (Jack Scruby)

9- Emperor's Birthday Convention XIV (Randy Giesey)

10- Only A Fool Jumps Out of a Perfectly Good Airplane - "Where's the Door?" (Thinglum)

14- Review of Ahketon, USA (Hal Thinglum)

17- Battles of the ACW: The Battle of Iuka (David Corbett)

19- Ancient Fleets: Rules for Ancient Naval Action (John Bobeck & Stuart Schoenberger)

21- Volume IV Special Issue Topic

24- The Sutler's Wagon (Hal Thinglum)

26- Rules Reviews (Hal Thinglum)

27- Wargaming Magazines (Hal Thinglum)

28- Heroics 1/300th Figures - An Enthusiast Writes (Howard Whitehouse)

29- The 1985 Origins National Convention (Bill Protz)

30- Questions and Answers

30- Upcoming Events (Richard Black)

31- To Game or to Simulate - Aye Horatio, That is the Question (Greg Novak)

31- HMGS-Midwest

 
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