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Posted by: Duke_Countu A few suggestions for titles
Posted on: 29/08/2018 17:19:26

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Posted by: Duke_Countu
Total Posts: 2
Joined Date: Wednesday, 29 August 2018

Hello, I've been sending these suggestions to the suggestion box, but I thought I would post them here to see what the community thinks, I have arranged them in order of series:


  • Eylau 1807
  • Heligoland Bight 1914
  • Sarikamish 1914-1915
  • Nivelle Offensive: 2nd Aisne and the Hills 1917
  • Moon Sound and Albion 1917


  • Mongol Warrior vs European Knight - Mongol Invasions of Europe
  • Jacobite Highlander vs. British Redcoat - Forty-five Rebellion
  • British Foot vs. French Line Infantry - Peninsular War and Waterloo
  • Russian Cossack vs. Austro-Hungarian Infantryman - Galicia and Brusilov Offensive 1914-16
  • French Poilu vs. German Infantryman - Verdun 1916


  • Arthur Wellesley
  • Mikhail Kutuzov
  • Paul von Hindenburg
  • Paul von Lettow-Vorbeck
  • Aleksei Brusilov
  • Konstantin Rokossovsky
  • Nikolai Vatutin
  • Mao Zedong
  • Võ Nguyên Giáp


  • Scarborough, Hartlepool and Whitby 1914

What do you guys think? good ideas? bad? Be interesting to hear.

Posted on: 29/08/2018 17:19:27
Posted by: Paintybeard
Total Posts: 347
Joined Date: Monday, 4 February 2013

These are all worthy titles, Duke. If you follow the forum and blogs on here at all i'm sure you will have noticed recent requests for more World War 1 books, so plenty of your titles are in need of coverage. I particularly like your suggestion of a book on the Nivelle offensive of 1917. I would also buy the Naval titles, but I think they may be a little obscure to make commercial sense.

Posted on: 29/08/2018 19:12:28
Posted by: Duke_Countu
Total Posts: 2
Joined Date: Wednesday, 29 August 2018

Battlefield 1 did have maps based on Albion and Heligoland so I'd like to think they bought at least some awareness to those battles.

I'm glad you think they're good. It would be really cool if they pursued some of the Command suggestsions, haven't had many of those in a while.

Posted on: 29/08/2018 23:39:15
Posted by: PAUL W
Total Posts: 263
Joined Date: Sunday, 4 January 2015

Duke, I for one have been after more ww1 titles and you've picked some good ones there, especially the raid title. Personally I'd like a campaign on second ypres and passchendaele. I'm also a massive fan of the combat books and you've listed some very interesting titles. I'd  buy them all if published. Command appears to have gone to the great commissioning editors waiting room in the sky. Which is unfortunate as some  of the published titles were very good. Hopefully, like raid, it may return in the future.  I liked several of your suggestions, especially the ww1 titles.

Posted on: 06/09/2018 17:38:53

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