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Bruce Roeder
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Sixty something husband, father, grandfather, asst. pastor, biblical counselor, wargamer, etc
Sixty something husband, father, grandfather, asst. pastor, biblical counselor, wargamer, etc

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Yank Magazine was a WW2 weekly that was initially intended for US servicemen serving overseas. It quickly became a weekly for servicemen serving anywhere. It came out in 15 editions (according to the magazine issue below) each for a geographical location.…
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This is an example of what my friend and I call Grand Manner wargaming after the late Peter Gilder. The game board is 16′ by 4′ and as you can see contains an enormous amount of detail. The scale of the miniatures is 1/72 (slightly under one inch). Grand…
Reconnoiter the Town
Reconnoiter the Town
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I discovered this card on on this site and did a little research for English speakers.

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Private Michael Fuchs a farmer from Unterhohenstetten, Bavaria...
Owner of the Iron Cross
Who, in the fighting of the war in France, in Rheims,  on the 7th of March, 1915 died a hero's death.
He is at peace! Honor his memory!
Do not look for me on earth!…
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On December 17th myself, two friends and my son went to see They Shall Not Grow Old-a powerful movie\documentary that chronicles the experiences of the average British soldier in the Great War. The movie will be again shown on the 27th in the US. The…
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Over the years I’ve seen the below picture pop up on social media many times. If it had a caption the caption usually read “an unidentified soldier in Vietnam” or something to that effect. In one case it was labeled as a soldier from a South American…
War is Hell
War is Hell
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History is often written by those who lived through it.

A journalist for the Marysville, Kansas, Enterprise wrote this on August 17, 1867: Go…and point a houseless, impoverished man to the smoking embers of his dwelling, the work of savage hands, where but yesterday he had stock, grain and plenty, after years…
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https://mewe.com/join/wargames

There is one wargaming group on MeWe that I can find. It's a mixed bag of historical and fantasy, sci-fy miniatures, board games, etc. The platform is east to use and MeWe does not track you.
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