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    it necessary to kill off Sherlock Holmes as you are now engaged in recounting earlier adventures of our hero are you tempted to bring down the final curtain on Sharpe Not while there s a pension to be funded I ve no doubt that I ll have to write a last Sharpe book one day and maybe sooner rather than later but I m much too fond of him to knock him off I shall let him die in a bed of his choosing I have carried copies of your historical notes in my pack whilst traveling in Spain very useful in finding my way around Salamanca Clearly you have studied the Peninsular War in some detail Who is the French Peninsular commander you most admire and why Marmont probably His campaign before Salamanca was masterful but even if he had not been wounded I doubt he could have retrieved the battle Still he ain t bad Stonehenge and the Excalibur series of novels were a total departure from Sharpe and created a World in which legend and history intertwined to the joy of many wargamers and the chagrin of others I would imagine you received a similar mixed response from the history lobby How do you balance your commitment to your story and the need to maintain historical accuracy Well I try Stonehenge was as accurate as I could make it in respect of the how it was built and when it was built though of course we know next to nothing about the builders The Arthur books were much freer we know nothing at all about Arthur In general the story takes precedence over history because I m a storyteller before I m an historian so for instance in Sharpe s Company even though no British soldiers got

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  • KWAZULU NATAL PROVINCIAL WARGAMES CHAMPIONSHIPS 13 AND 14 JULY 2002
    warriors to teach them on how to do cattle raids However the lessons learnt in the game can also be applied to any military maneouver Ultimately a line of three cows pieces must be seen as the herd Only cows that are not in a line can be shot removed from the board Only when all the loose cows have been shot may the line be broken The game does vary from area to area I have sent you the Zulu version which is the most popular Elliot Mahlangu 13 a Morabaraba player for the past three years moves his cow in a friendly game against Colin Webster while David Hlope one of the world s top players looks on Picture HILTON HAMANN SA Sunday Times The SPORTS TRUST was the first organisation to see the benefits in the South African Wargames Union s programme in developing and accrediting the game of Morabaraba as a fully fledged sport Thus in 1996 the Sports Trust aided the South African Wargames Union financially to help boost the much under funded project Thanks to the initial aid given the project the game of Morabaraba has grown exponentially and players of Morabaraba are now able to earn provincial and national colours The number of clubs has also increased especially at school level at such a rate that the South African Wargames Union is battling to keep pace with the demand Thus on Monday 25 February 2002 Bruce Fordyce of the Sports Trust willingly handed over a cheque to the President of the South African Wargames Union The current financial aid given by the Sports Trust has not been made lightly The financial aid given once again re affirms the belief that Morabaraba is one of the most popular games played in South Africa and that the game provides many South Africans with unique opportunities For any additional information please contact Colin Webster Colin Webster P O Box 19275 FISHER S HILL 408 Tel 011 828 4994 Fax 011 622 6113 Cell 082 378 9829 SOUTH AFRICAN WARGAMES UNION P O Box 19275 FISHER S HILL 1408 Tel 011 828 4994 Fax 011 622 6113 E mail wargames iafrica com URL http members xoom com wargamesnews contents htm BOARD GAMING RULE BOOK MORABARABA PREFACE The South African Wargames Union is totally committed to the promotion of the games of Draughts and Morabaraba For too long the games have been ignored by the authorities and not given the accreditation that they deserve Through many years of effort the Union has enthusiastically attempted to increase the level of awareness of both the games of Draughts and Morabaraba Promotions carried out include the ever popular promotion in the Sowetan in November 1996 which generated a huge degree of interest in the game The skills based competition printed in the paper attracted a staggering 500 000 entries In 1997 the Union took the game of Morabaraba to the people A competition was held in KwaZulu Natal which reached 96

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  • The Professional Painting Service
    15 mm Mounted 3 00 20 mm Foot 2 50 20 mm Mounted 5 00 25 mm Foot 3 00 25 mm Mounted 6 00 28 mm Fantasy Foot 4 50 28 mm Fantasy Mounted 6 00 To order or discuss your ideas Email us here info battledress co uk or write to us at Battledress Studios BATTLEDRESS STUDIOS 7 LITCHATON WAY WOODFORD ESTATE PLYMPTON PLYMOUTH DEVON PL7 4RD Web

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  • The Wargame Forum Library
    below Army Lists for Dates Covered The Thirty Years War 1618 1648 The English Civil Wars 1638 1660 British Armies 1660 1789 French Armies 1648 1789 French Infantry of the Seven Years War from Old Glory Prussian Armies 1643 1789 Austrian Reichkriess Armies 1660 1789 The Armies of Bavaria Saxony Wurtemburg 1660 1789 The Armies of Other German States 1660 1789 Russian Cossack Armies 1600 1789 Dutch Danish Armies 1600

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  • The Chaps
    Atari s to 32 bit IBM s Finally at the end of the 80 s Dave and Simon decided to form ECW English Computer Wargames after the increasing demand for their products Their products have evolved from the simple number crunching to complex and realistic computer moderated wargames The games have always been revolutionary and are perhaps something of a challenge to traditional wargames However now computers are an everyday

    Original URL path: http://www.wargames.co.uk/ECW/VariousBits/chaps.htm (2016-02-16)
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  • 25MM ANCIENTS
    ELEPHANT HOWDAH MAHOUT 3 50 NB ACR01 may be used for Carthaginian officers AUGUSTAN ROMAN AR1 CENTURIAN AR2 AQUILIFER AR3 SIGNIFER AR4 LEGIONARY STANDING PILUM AR5 LEGIONARY THROWING PILUM AR6 LEGIONARY HOLDING SWORD AR7 AUXILIARY IMPERIAL ROMAN IR1 LEGIONARY STANDING PILUM IR2 LEGIONARY THROWING PILUM IR4 AUXILIARY MAIL SHIRT LANCEA CAVALRY AC1 ROMAN CITIZEN CARTHAGINIAN NOBLE HORSEMAN Greek style equipment AC2 ROMAN CONSUL AC3 CAMILLAN AUGUSTAN AC4 IMPERIAL AUXILIARY CELTS

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  • Caliver Books
    BOOKS 816 818 LONDON RD LEIGH ON SEA ESSEX SS9 3NH Tel Fax 01702 473986 24 hour 7 day a week answering service SHOP OPEN 9 6 Late Opening Thursday SUNDAY 11 5 00 GMT Email ask caliverbooks com Website www caliverbooks com PLEASE MENTION THE WARGAMES FORUM IN ANY CORRESPONDENCE Area Postage Package Minimum Maximum UK BFPO 10 1 00 3 25 Express UK BFPO 1st class day of receipt please ask 15 2 50 none EUROPE AIR 15 1 50 12 50 Economy AIR OUTSIDE EUROPE 3 WEEKS 25 30 NORTH AMERICA AIR 35 2 00 40 00 NORTH AMERICA SEA 20 1 50 25 00 REST OF THE WORLD AIR 40 2 50 50 00 REST OF THE WORLD SEA 25 2 00 35 00 If sending other than Sterling cheques add 11 50 for Bank Charges If sending Foreign Cash please register letter add 3 50 Charges CREDIT CARDS We accept ACCESS MASTERCARD VISA and CONNECT Send name as appears on card ADDRESS TO WHICH CARD IS REGISTERED card number expiry date Sorry but due to a massive increase in bank charges for credit card transactions we MAY make a surcharge of 50p on credit card

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  • Babylon
    208 Centauri Sentri Medium Fighter x 3 6 99 BW 209 Minbari Nial Heavy Fighter x 3 6 99 BW 229 Raider Delta V Light Fighter x 3 6 99 BW 217 Minbari Shuttle Flyer x 3 6 99 BW 206 Earthforce Starfury Heavy Fighter x 3 6 99 BW 201 Earthforce Omega Destroyer 10 99 BW 202 Minbari Sharlin Warcruiser 10 99 CALIVER BOOKS 816 818 LONDON RD LEIGH

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