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  • THE BLOODING OF THE BULL
    exactly what to do in any given circumstance Overall the rules are easy to pick up and I would dare say you could game from them almost instantly learning the fine points as you go The rules are designed for fast play and do exactly that enabling a game to be played with a quick set up and comprehensive army lists included For me the best thing about these rules

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    Dalgleish s attempts to repel the Umangan invaders A regiment of Guards normally consists of two companies of polearm troops and includes too warrior mages from the College of Magic When on campaign each regiment of Guards is also usually accompanied by two companies of Rangers each commanded by a Captain Mage The figures are in what is called heroic 28mm scale ie the bigger fantasy figures and are sold

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    and established nobles 2 The western soldiers 3 The eastern soldiers 4 The Irish and Alsatians 5 The Chiefs of staff Each chapter deals with the history of the commanders From the beginning to the conclusion of their military service details of battles fought and promotions gained in respect of their actions The book contains eight detailed pages of colour illustrations that are of the high standard you expect to

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  • THE BLOODING OF THE BULL
    paint up like a dream Gallery Material possibly Thanks Dave Livesey ageing wargamer Hi Dave I am happy to feature the work of the Renegade guys they keep promising to send stiff for review but never seem to find the

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    than any other infantry regiment It chronicles the racial prejudice faced by these units and the problems faced by black officers in gaining promotion in the US Army and briefly the history of the only known black female soldier The campaigns of all four regiments are covered and brings out well the number of small unit actions fought by both the cavalry and the infantry This is a useful corrective to the normal Hollywood image that only the cavalry ever fought Many of the actions described would make excellent small skirmish scenarios Both the text and the plates cover the arms and equipment of the Infantry and the cavalry As well as giving specific detail for these units the book would be a useful general starting reference for US Cavalry and Infantry of the period What I particularly like is the use of contemporary illustrations both photographs and line drawings These give a real picture of both the daily life and the combats these units fought The one that really appeals though is a sketch from the Anne S K Brown Military collection This shows a trooper of one of the cavalry units in full dress being carried to his

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  • 4th Annual SWAGS Tournament
    and for me as webmaster The first figures to be imported are the range of Biblicals Israelites and Philistines and the latest range of Italian Wars figures Venexia have had a few production problems so my initial order has been delayed but you can still reserve figures via the web site The Ottoman Turk and late 17th century ranges will be added in the next few months In the meantime

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    a truly inspired game to take a resounding victory which allowed him to creep into first place The results are as follows ANCIENTS Pos Team members Points Army used 1 Alexis Roodt and Colin Webster 88 Early Russian 2 Colin Robertson Harry Parker 85 Khushan 3 Ingo Haferung Dominic Bauer 84 Southern Dynasty Chinese Should you require any additional information please contact Colin Webster at 082 378 9829 Yours faithfully For and on behalf of the OLD EDWARDIAN WARGAMES CLUB Colin Webster Chairperson Tel 011 828 4994 or 082 378 9829 www oldedwardianwargames freeservers com contents html The EASTERN CAPE CHAMPIONSHIPS was hosted by the Algoa Wrgames Group at the Port Elizabeth Technikon Port Elizabeth on 21 22 August 2004 Again the championship showed growth in number of players and standard of competition However Matthew Bauer deserves special mention Although Matthew is only 11 years old he managed to fight his way to finish in third place in the Premier section and to win the Handicap section in the Ancients period beating many older players in the process In finishing in third place in the Ancients Premier section Matthew too has qualified to play in both the Senior and Junior National Team Trials in January next year The results are as follows ANCIENTS PREMIER position name club total army used 1 Richard Ligault OE 111 Jurchen Chin 2 Claude le Roux AWG 65 Macedonian Imperial 3 Matthew Bauer AWG 65 Late Imperial Roman ANCIENTS HANDICAP position name club total Army used 1 Matthew Bauer AWG 82 Late Imperial Roman 2 Berniece Bohm OE 78 Palmyran 3 Richard Ligault OE 75 Jurchen Chin PIKE SHOT PREMIER position name club total army used 1 Nick Barrie Smith PEN 79 Ming Chinese 2 Jason Hinzleman PEN 47 Burmese 3 Anthony van Dijk PEN 43 Swedish 4 Dean Hinzelman PEN 23 Samurai PIKE SHOT HANDICAPS position name club total army used 1 Nick Barrie Smith PEN 79 Ming Chinese 2 Jason Hinzleman PEN 47 Burmese 3 Anthony van Dijk PEN 43 Swedish CLUB POINTS Name of Club Points ALGOA WARGAMES CLUB 8½ OLD EDWARDIAN WARGAMES 5½ PENINSULA WARGAMES GROUP 5 SPORTSPERSON AWARD Liezl Harmse For further information please contact Liesl Harmse at 082 469 2423 Regards A tired but victorious 13 man South African Wargames team returned to South Africa from Botswana last night Monday 9 August 2004 To say that the South African National Wargames team was successful is an understatement South Africa totally smashed the opposition from the rest of Africa in all but one event and confirmed South Africa as Africa s premier wargaming nation The strongest opposition came from Botswana Zambia and Zimbabwe However it was the Botswana team that dominated the ladies event and managed to pick all but one of the medals that South Africa did not win South Africa s figure gaming veterans namely Colin Webster Richard Ligault and Thabo Mokoena dominated the figure gaming events from the outset and did not lose a single game to

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    The role of the Regular Army is also considered Next the book moves on to consider the coastal defences including those batteries that could actually reach the French Coast Air defence is covered in the next chapter following the story through from 1940 to the Baedeker Raids of 1942 An interesting chapter deals with The enemy within looking at the possibility of a 5th column but also dealing with the existence of the various covert groups set up within the Home Guard structure to harass the invader after he had occupied an area This has until recently been a fairly closely guarded secret but is now being mentioned in books lite this and a recent TV Programme A substantial section covers A nation at war covering issues such as civil defence evacuation and the economy The final sections cover the period of the V weapons and the Aftermath which looks at an assessment of the possible impact of the defences and what can still be seen today Web links are also provided for several relevant study groups The book is well illustrated with a mixture of period and modern day photographs as well as cutaway drawings of some sites As

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