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Mwan #107

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Issue #107 of the always popular Midwest Wargamer's Association Newsletter (MWAN), featuring complete rule sets! The contents of this issue include; 

 1- Editorial (Hal Thinglum)

16- Computer Corner with DocWren (Dr. Rennie Baumstark)

22- Napoleonic Fury   A Fire & Fury Variant for Napoleonics (David Bush)

34- Wargame Clubs ofthe World (John Stafford)

47- Those Fightin' Fifty-Fours! Collecting & Gaming with 54mm Plastics (Charley Elsden)

72- MWAN Interview with a Wargamer   Peter Barry of BACCUS 6mm (Hal Thinglum)

82- Quatre Bras Considered   The Research & Development of a SHAKO Solo Wargame (Chris Hahn)

109- Random Ramblings (Bill Widrick)

115- To Hal    An Open Letter   I Quit, Well, Almost (Mitru Costea III)

119- GEO-HEX    Styrofoam is Our Friend (Bob Westbrook)

121- Ten Reasons to Game the Franco-Prussian War (Dr. George Dullughan)

122- Lone Star & Lion (Steve Carroll)

137- Battle of Mort Poresby    A Lone Star & Lion Scenario (Steve Carroll)

141- Advance Through Wadi Falafel    A Longe Star & Lion Scenario (Steve Carroll)

146- Letters

169- Upcoming Events (S. Richard Black and Major Bill Harting)

173- Skirmish Warfare in Old California (David A. Smith)

178- My Historicon 2000 (Charley Elsden)

181- Sutler's Wagon

182- What's New in Hal's Mailbox 189- Len's Lines (Len Brewer)

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