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(5)A closer look shows Egyptian troops using gaiters or puttees. Turks wore trousers as far as I can see so the Egyptians won't do.
(286)Hello, This email message is a notification to let you know that a file has been uploaded to the Files area of the BBB_wargames group. File : /1912-1913
(12)Monastir 1912, has been playtested once now.
(3)The 1912 Greeks in the Irregular catalogue are mine, and very happy with them I am. :-) Planning to get my order in for another Balkan army or two today.
(5)Mark, thanks very much for a most amusing AAR and for flying the flag for BBB. I hope you had a great time with our mutual friends at Historicon and that the
(9)It was a seesaw game. But I think beer should had been drunk after. Me and Morten were fine, but the other side had its cost in command integrity :P
(5)Redoubts are resin, from Musket Miniatures. I do wish I'd washed them in warm soapy water before painting. But they are fine models.
(8)No, he didn't mind...well obviously he bemoaned his dice luck. On Sunday, July 16, 2017, 3:10:53 PM CDT, email@example.com [BBB_wargames]
(7)Nice to see another RJW battle. I can sympathise with the die rolling exploits. That seems to be the lot of many players. The luck or bad luck follows them
(13)Thanks. Knew I'd seen these somewhere. Many of these scenarios have simple terrain, easy to reproduce on table. On Tuesday, 11 July 2017, 20:41,
(8)thank you Chris
(5)Well that was the case with the Ottoman victory in our first game. I literately threw all Serbian advantages away in my crazy charges. Anyway it does not mean
(3)There is a general issue with Yahoo Groups and files are thus down. All of my scenarios are reachable as backups on my blog (leadheadphd). If Chris wants I can
(8)On 06/07/2017 10:32, 'Julian Lander' firstname.lastname@example.org ... Thank you ! ... Yes. I thought about using 6mm, but I finally choose 2mm as they're fast
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