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The Battle for Greece

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CAM 358: The Balkans 1940–41 (1) the first of two volumes examining the Axis campaigns in the Balkans, book offers a detailed overview of the Italian and Greek armies, their fighting power, and the terrain in which they fought. On the blog today, author Pier Paolo Battistelli shares how this title came about.Continue Reading

The Italo-Turkish War

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Gabriele Esposito's newest Men-at-Arms title, 'Armies of the Italian-Turkish War', chronicles and illustrates Italy's conquest of Libya during the Italian-Turkish War, which involved not only the armies and navies of both sides, but also a number of tribal insurgents. In today's blog post, Gabriel recounts the build-up to this conflict. Continue Reading
Bolt Action: Campaign: Battle of France is the latest supplement to the award-winning World War II wargames rules, giving players the opportunity to take command of the bitter fighting or france, from Fall Gelb and the British withdrawal from Dunkirk to the decisive Fall Rot. In this blog, we delve into Osprey Publishing's Men At Arms series to give you some great reference points for painting French, German, British, and Italian troops for this period.Continue Reading
Bolt Action: Campaign: Battle of France is the latest supplement to the World War II Wargames Rules, allowing players to take command of the bitter fighting for France, and to refight the key battles of this campaign. The extract below is taken from the introduction, setting the scene for what is to come!Continue Reading

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