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Shiloh Day One : Hamburg-Purdy Road
Back from my holiday for a couple of weeks so it was time to open up the Dungeon again with one of our larger games, what else could it be but something from Tennessee. With the addition of Martin’s excellent collection we were able to create a reasonable r...
Shiloh Day One : Hamburg-Purdy Road
Shiloh Day One : Hamburg-Purdy Road
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This weeks painting, my Arabs and the BIG QUESTION ?
Yes a mixed post this dark Friday evening. So first up my first set of completed ACW Artillery limbers. They are Perry six horse limbers broken down into three sets, the limbers are Perry (plastics which I finally found you can buy individually of their web...
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Battle of Hereford 1067
In the last of my pre holiday games and in what seems like, but wasn’t intended as, a tour of all my historical gaming genres I decided it was time to see if I had enough figures to mount a reasonable full scale dark age battle. Through necessity this would...
Battle of Hereford 1067
Battle of Hereford 1067
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On a similar theme : Heavy Arab Cavalry
So on a similar theme these guys were also part painted before the holiday and have been finished off this week. They are not bad for plastic tat as Mr B would say 🙂 (Gripping Beast for those interested) and I can now add them to my gradually growing Arab ...
On a similar theme : Heavy Arab Cavalry
On a similar theme : Heavy Arab Cavalry
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Leading from the front : ACW
When I came across this chap on eBay I didn’t really have any option other than to buy him, he was nearly finished when I headed over to Tennessee and despite my post holiday cold he is now ready to lead a confederate Brigade into battle. Some of you will r...
Leading from the front : ACW
Leading from the front : ACW
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Battle of Lyncestis : 423 BC
The Archidamian War 431-422 BC named after the prominent Spartan King of the period was the central part of the Greater Pelopennesian War between Athens and Sparta. Interspersed with periods of peace these did little other than allow the two sides to reorga...
Battle of Lyncestis : 423 BC
Battle of Lyncestis : 423 BC
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Tennessee Battlefield Tour : Summary
So I wanted to do a short summary of my trip in case you all were interested, but mainly for me. Here is a map of the route and main locations I visited, the majority in Tennessee, but also Mississippi, briefly in Alabama and Georgia. For those interested i...
Tennessee Battlefield Tour : Summary
Tennessee Battlefield Tour : Summary
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Tennessee Battlefield Tour Day 10 : Stones River
Those faithful few who have made this far will be glad to know we are near the end and if you hadn’t twigged from the geography my final day involved the drive back North to Nashville via the Stones River battlefield at Murfreesboro. Like Kennesaw locates n...
Tennessee Battlefield Tour Day 10 : Stones River
Tennessee Battlefield Tour Day 10 : Stones River
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Tennessee Battlefield Tour Day 9 : Kennesaw Mountain
For the third day at Chattanooga and with improving weather I chose to drive further south into Georgia (I think I forgot to mention in the last post that Chickamauga is in Georgia rather than Tennessee but the essence of the tour was of course Tennessee) t...
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Tennessee Battlefield Tour Day 8 : Tennessee River and Missionary Ridge
I had deliberately fixed this holiday for October so the temperature would be cooler, it had in fact been quite hot in the first week, but the autumn/fall change can be unpredictable. Anyway Day 8 was the only really wet day I had, again the benefit of a bi...
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