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A Gentleman’s War, or Glossy Coats and Tin Bayonets by Howard Whitehouse and Daniel Foley (Paperback) $30.00

A Gentleman’s War, or Glossy Coats and Tin Bayonets by Howard Whitehouse and Daniel Foley (Paperback)

A Gentleman’s War, or Glossy Coats and Tin Bayonets by Howard Whitehouse and Daniel Foley (Paperback)

A Gentleman’s War

‘A Gentleman’s War’ is a simple game involving toy soldiers of the classic style. It is a relaxed
and relaxing game, where enough depends on the turn of a card and the roll of a handful of
dice to say that our disasters are pure chance, but enough cunning decision-making to claim
our victories as acts of brilliant generalship.

Our model soldiers are very brave, obedient, and generally do what we want them to. Players
are expected to behave in a friendly manner, and conduct themselves as gentlemen (or ladies,
as is appropriate). There are lots of six-sided dice, saving rolls, proper distances in inches,
and a general sense that there ought to be salmon-and-cucumber sandwiches and tea, or
beer.

I’d have played this on Samoa, if I hadn’t been dying of tuberculosis” – Robert Louis Stevenson

If I’d known I could have this much fun with toy soldiers, I’d never have become a real one”– Field Marshal Helmuth Von Moltke

Can we gamble for money?” – the entire general staff of the Austro-Hungarian army

No spring loaded cannons at all?” – H. G. Wells

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A Gentleman’s War, or Glossy Coats and Tin Bayonets by Howard Whitehouse and Daniel Foley (Paperback)

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A Gentleman’s War

‘A Gentleman’s War’ is a simple game involving toy soldiers of the classic style. It is a relaxed
and relaxing game, where enough depends on the turn of a card and the roll of a handful of
dice to say that our disasters are pure chance, but enough cunning decision-making to claim
our victories as acts of brilliant generalship.

Our model soldiers are very brave, obedient, and generally do what we want them to. Players
are expected to behave in a friendly manner, and conduct themselves as gentlemen (or ladies,
as is appropriate). There are lots of six-sided dice, saving rolls, proper distances in inches,
and a general sense that there ought to be salmon-and-cucumber sandwiches and tea, or
beer.

I’d have played this on Samoa, if I hadn’t been dying of tuberculosis” – Robert Louis Stevenson

If I’d known I could have this much fun with toy soldiers, I’d never have become a real one”– Field Marshal Helmuth Von Moltke

Can we gamble for money?” – the entire general staff of the Austro-Hungarian army

No spring loaded cannons at all?” – H. G. Wells

The War Chronicles of Jerzy Dobiecki by Ian Von Heintze $18.00

The War Chronicles of Jerzy Dobiecki by Ian Von Heintze

The War Chronicles of Jerzy Dobiecki by Ian Von Heintze

This tribute to the life of Jerzy Dobiecki, a Polish cavalry captain with the 18-ty Pułk Ułanów Pomorskich – the 18th Polish Pomeranian Lancers, is a story based on previously archived material, originally written by the Captain in Polish, that has been translated for the first time into English.

The Captain’s chronicles bring to life eye-witness accounts of his regiment’s deployments during the Russo-Polish War between 1919 and 1921, one of several little-publicized wars in English and fought between Poland and her neighbors immediately following the 1914-1918 Great War.

Eighteen years later, as Poland was invaded by Germany in September 1939, from his position on attachment to the Polish Ministry of Military Affairs in Warsaw, Captain Dobiecki kept a diary of battles as they developed across Poland during the first weeks of the Second World War. The diary records events as he, and what remained of the Polish military High Command, were evacuated to neighboring Romania when Poland was additionally overrun by Soviet forces from the east.  His journal sheds light on his subsequent escape from internment across Europe to France and later on to Britain, where he served as a staff officer with the command of the Polish 1st Corps, formed in exile in Scotland.

Following the end of hostilities in Europe in 1945 and upon return to Britain after the fighting on the continent, like thousands of other Poles commissioned under the auspices of the Polish Resettlement Corps, Jerzy had to decide whether to return to his native Poland or whether he should try to somehow rescue and bring to England what was left of his family – now trapped behind the iron curtain in eastern Poland, facing an uncertain future and severity under a Stalinist regime.

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The War Chronicles of Jerzy Dobiecki by Ian Von Heintze

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This tribute to the life of Jerzy Dobiecki, a Polish cavalry captain with the 18-ty Pułk Ułanów Pomorskich – the 18th Polish Pomeranian Lancers, is a story based on previously archived material, originally written by the Captain in Polish, that has been translated for the first time into English.

The Captain’s chronicles bring to life eye-witness accounts of his regiment’s deployments during the Russo-Polish War between 1919 and 1921, one of several little-publicized wars in English and fought between Poland and her neighbors immediately following the 1914-1918 Great War.

Eighteen years later, as Poland was invaded by Germany in September 1939, from his position on attachment to the Polish Ministry of Military Affairs in Warsaw, Captain Dobiecki kept a diary of battles as they developed across Poland during the first weeks of the Second World War. The diary records events as he, and what remained of the Polish military High Command, were evacuated to neighboring Romania when Poland was additionally overrun by Soviet forces from the east.  His journal sheds light on his subsequent escape from internment across Europe to France and later on to Britain, where he served as a staff officer with the command of the Polish 1st Corps, formed in exile in Scotland.

Following the end of hostilities in Europe in 1945 and upon return to Britain after the fighting on the continent, like thousands of other Poles commissioned under the auspices of the Polish Resettlement Corps, Jerzy had to decide whether to return to his native Poland or whether he should try to somehow rescue and bring to England what was left of his family – now trapped behind the iron curtain in eastern Poland, facing an uncertain future and severity under a Stalinist regime.

Steps to Deliverance (Kings of War) by Mark Barber $18.00

Steps to Deliverance (Kings of War) by Mark Barber

Steps to Deliverance (Kings of War) by Mark Barber

The first novel based in the Kings of War universe

Over a decade after violating his ruthless orders from his superiors in the Basilean military, ex-legion captain Dionne emerges from hiding in the Mountains of Tarkis, leading a force of rebels against the dark forces of the Abyss. Desperate to clamp down on the popular rebel leader, the Basilean Duma dispatches a force to bring the former legion officer to justice. Leading the paladins of this force is Tancred, freshly promoted and harboring political ambitions of his own. Under the brutal leadership of Hugh, the commander of the force, Tancred must struggle to find the balance between obeying orders, following the path of righteousness, and advancing his own ambitions.

Assisting Tancred is Orion, a violent and dangerous paladin carrying a personal vendetta with Dionne; Constance, a tough and determined mercenary sharing a dark history with Hugh; Aestelle, a lone adventurer whose unique skills betray a mysterious past, and Valletto, a veteran legion mage thrown into the front line against his will.

Tancred and Orion must fight the rebels and their sympathizers whilst battling against the politics threatening to tear their force apart from within. They must do battle from the open plains of northern Basilea to the ancient caves below the Mountains of Tarkis, fighting all who cross their path as they give chase to a deadly and determined rebel. And all the while, the dark and deadly influence of the demonic forces of the Abyss continues to play its hand, manipulating events and people alike from afar…

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Steps to Deliverance (Kings of War) by Mark Barber

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The first novel based in the Kings of War universe

Over a decade after violating his ruthless orders from his superiors in the Basilean military, ex-legion captain Dionne emerges from hiding in the Mountains of Tarkis, leading a force of rebels against the dark forces of the Abyss. Desperate to clamp down on the popular rebel leader, the Basilean Duma dispatches a force to bring the former legion officer to justice. Leading the paladins of this force is Tancred, freshly promoted and harboring political ambitions of his own. Under the brutal leadership of Hugh, the commander of the force, Tancred must struggle to find the balance between obeying orders, following the path of righteousness, and advancing his own ambitions.

Assisting Tancred is Orion, a violent and dangerous paladin carrying a personal vendetta with Dionne; Constance, a tough and determined mercenary sharing a dark history with Hugh; Aestelle, a lone adventurer whose unique skills betray a mysterious past, and Valletto, a veteran legion mage thrown into the front line against his will.

Tancred and Orion must fight the rebels and their sympathizers whilst battling against the politics threatening to tear their force apart from within. They must do battle from the open plains of northern Basilea to the ancient caves below the Mountains of Tarkis, fighting all who cross their path as they give chase to a deadly and determined rebel. And all the while, the dark and deadly influence of the demonic forces of the Abyss continues to play its hand, manipulating events and people alike from afar…

Pan Tadeusz by Adam Mickiewicz (Paperback) $18.00

Pan Tadeusz by Adam Mickiewicz (Paperback)

Pan Tadeusz by Adam Mickiewicz (Paperback)

A new annotated translation in elegant English prose of this masterpiece of European Romantic literature. Pan Tadeusz is a classic tale of mystery, war and patriotism set in the turbulent Napoleonic era. First published in 1834 in Paris, it has been called “the last epos” in world literature. The story takes place over the course of five days in 1811 and two days in 1812. The old Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth lies dismembered, erased from the political map of Europe by the great powers of Russia, Prussia, and Austria. A brief ray of hope rekindles national hopes in 1807 when Napoleon establishes the Duchy of Warsaw by the terms of the Treaty of Tilsit and prepares to invade Russia. The oft-overshadowed counterpoint to War and Peace and the 1812 Overture.

What people are saying about this new edition of Pan Tadeusz

Truly a masterpiece! Christopher Zakrzewski has accomplished the impossible: he has rendered in prose what seemed translatable only in poetry. Poland’s great epic poem can now be read as a delightful historical tale replete with Romantic irony. Zakrzewski’s mastery of the English language is remarkable.”

– Ewa Thompson, Rice University

“In this extraordinarily fine prose rendering, Christopher Zakrzewski brings his own prodigious gifts as a poet and translator to one of the great classics of world literature. The fruit of Zakrzewski’s decades-long labors, this book is a treasure of immeasurable value.”

– Michael D. O’Brien, novelist, painter

“Perfectly smooth, highly expressive, subtly nuanced. Christopher Zakrzewski’s translation does full justice to this brightest jewel in the crown of Polish literature.”

– Kazimierz Braun, Polish author, scholar, theater artist

“Christopher Zakrzewski’s English prose is marvelously, not to say magically, consonant with the poetical richness of Mickiewicz’s great Polish national saga.”

– Olga Glagoleva, PhD, Russian historian

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Pan Tadeusz by Adam Mickiewicz (Paperback)

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A new annotated translation in elegant English prose of this masterpiece of European Romantic literature. Pan Tadeusz is a classic tale of mystery, war and patriotism set in the turbulent Napoleonic era. First published in 1834 in Paris, it has been called “the last epos” in world literature. The story takes place over the course of five days in 1811 and two days in 1812. The old Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth lies dismembered, erased from the political map of Europe by the great powers of Russia, Prussia, and Austria. A brief ray of hope rekindles national hopes in 1807 when Napoleon establishes the Duchy of Warsaw by the terms of the Treaty of Tilsit and prepares to invade Russia. The oft-overshadowed counterpoint to War and Peace and the 1812 Overture.

What people are saying about this new edition of Pan Tadeusz

Truly a masterpiece! Christopher Zakrzewski has accomplished the impossible: he has rendered in prose what seemed translatable only in poetry. Poland’s great epic poem can now be read as a delightful historical tale replete with Romantic irony. Zakrzewski’s mastery of the English language is remarkable.”

– Ewa Thompson, Rice University

“In this extraordinarily fine prose rendering, Christopher Zakrzewski brings his own prodigious gifts as a poet and translator to one of the great classics of world literature. The fruit of Zakrzewski’s decades-long labors, this book is a treasure of immeasurable value.”

– Michael D. O’Brien, novelist, painter

“Perfectly smooth, highly expressive, subtly nuanced. Christopher Zakrzewski’s translation does full justice to this brightest jewel in the crown of Polish literature.”

– Kazimierz Braun, Polish author, scholar, theater artist

“Christopher Zakrzewski’s English prose is marvelously, not to say magically, consonant with the poetical richness of Mickiewicz’s great Polish national saga.”

– Olga Glagoleva, PhD, Russian historian

Nightfall by Andrew Harvey (Papberback) $18.00

Nightfall by Andrew Harvey (Papberback)

Nightfall by Andrew Harvey (Papberback)

After eighty years of war the remnants of humanity on the Nayarit Line struggled to survive in sealed domes, surrounded by radioactive wasteland and genetically engineered viruses. It was in the last, desperate years of the war that the first trans-temporal portal was developed at Chiqu, a small research facility on the west coast of North America. As the domes finally failed and civilization collapsed around them, Iapura led fifty-three survivors to found a new empire on a parallel Earth; an Earth where, in 1884, Russian and English armies faced each other across America’s Great Plains, totally unprepared for the technology of the invading Nayarit.

The Cross-Temporal Empire now encompasses fifty-four parallel Earths. But with its ruling Council riven by dissent the death of First Leader Manet, sets the Council into a slow and irrevocable slide into civil war. A war that threatens not only the lives of the Clemhorn siblings: Conrad, Arnold, Donald, and Ivy; but the very future of the Empire.

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Nightfall by Andrew Harvey (Papberback)

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After eighty years of war the remnants of humanity on the Nayarit Line struggled to survive in sealed domes, surrounded by radioactive wasteland and genetically engineered viruses. It was in the last, desperate years of the war that the first trans-temporal portal was developed at Chiqu, a small research facility on the west coast of North America. As the domes finally failed and civilization collapsed around them, Iapura led fifty-three survivors to found a new empire on a parallel Earth; an Earth where, in 1884, Russian and English armies faced each other across America’s Great Plains, totally unprepared for the technology of the invading Nayarit.

The Cross-Temporal Empire now encompasses fifty-four parallel Earths. But with its ruling Council riven by dissent the death of First Leader Manet, sets the Council into a slow and irrevocable slide into civil war. A war that threatens not only the lives of the Clemhorn siblings: Conrad, Arnold, Donald, and Ivy; but the very future of the Empire.

City of the Gods: The Cross of Saint Boniface (e-book) $9.99

City of the Gods: The Cross of Saint Boniface (e-book)

City of the Gods: The Cross of Saint Boniface (e-book)

A knight in the service of the Teutonic Knights goes on a quest for an object that may lead to the destruction of humanity, only he is unaware.  He comes in contact with others who will either help him or kill him.

Against the backdrop of Eastern Europe, The Cross of St. Boniface starts in the cursed city of Starybogow, then travels the Ottoman Empire as Djin and Eldar gods battle for the souls of humans

The world of Starybogow is set in Eastern Europe in the year 1500.  An earthquake has released factions of the Eldar Gods and Slavic Deities who have battled millenniums for the control of humanity. On the cross-roads of empires, political and military forces compete for control of a town which contains great treasure and power for those who are willing to take it. Teutonic Knights, Polish and Lithuanian soldiers, Cossacks, Hanseatic Merchants, Templars, Tartars and Imperial spies battle each other on behalf of their own ends.

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City of the Gods: The Cross of Saint Boniface (e-book)

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A knight in the service of the Teutonic Knights goes on a quest for an object that may lead to the destruction of humanity, only he is unaware.  He comes in contact with others who will either help him or kill him.

Against the backdrop of Eastern Europe, The Cross of St. Boniface starts in the cursed city of Starybogow, then travels the Ottoman Empire as Djin and Eldar gods battle for the souls of humans

The world of Starybogow is set in Eastern Europe in the year 1500.  An earthquake has released factions of the Eldar Gods and Slavic Deities who have battled millenniums for the control of humanity. On the cross-roads of empires, political and military forces compete for control of a town which contains great treasure and power for those who are willing to take it. Teutonic Knights, Polish and Lithuanian soldiers, Cossacks, Hanseatic Merchants, Templars, Tartars and Imperial spies battle each other on behalf of their own ends.

City of the Gods: The Cross of Saint Boniface by Robert E. Waters $18.00

City of the Gods: The Cross of Saint Boniface by Robert E. Waters

City of the Gods: The Cross of Saint Boniface by Robert E. Waters

A knight in the service of the Teutonic Knights goes on a quest for an object that may lead to the destruction of humanity, only he is unaware.  He comes in contact with others who will either help him or kill him.

Against the backdrop of Eastern Europe, The Cross of St. Boniface starts in the cursed city of Starybogow, then travels the Ottoman Empire as Djin and Eldar gods battle for the souls of humans

The world of Starybogow is set in Eastern Europe in the year 1500.  An earthquake has released factions of the Eldar Gods and Slavic Deities who have battled millenniums for the control of humanity. On the cross-roads of empires, political and military forces compete for control of a town which contains great treasure and power for those who are willing to take it. Teutonic Knights, Polish and Lithuanian soldiers, Cossacks, Hanseatic Merchants, Templars, Tartars and Imperial spies battle each other on behalf of their own ends.

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City of the Gods: The Cross of Saint Boniface by Robert E. Waters

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A knight in the service of the Teutonic Knights goes on a quest for an object that may lead to the destruction of humanity, only he is unaware.  He comes in contact with others who will either help him or kill him.

Against the backdrop of Eastern Europe, The Cross of St. Boniface starts in the cursed city of Starybogow, then travels the Ottoman Empire as Djin and Eldar gods battle for the souls of humans

The world of Starybogow is set in Eastern Europe in the year 1500.  An earthquake has released factions of the Eldar Gods and Slavic Deities who have battled millenniums for the control of humanity. On the cross-roads of empires, political and military forces compete for control of a town which contains great treasure and power for those who are willing to take it. Teutonic Knights, Polish and Lithuanian soldiers, Cossacks, Hanseatic Merchants, Templars, Tartars and Imperial spies battle each other on behalf of their own ends.

The Great Martian War: America in Flames by Scott Washburn (Paperback) (Coming Soon) $25.00

The Great Martian War: America in Flames by Scott Washburn (Paperback) (Coming Soon)

The Great Martian War: America in Flames by Scott Washburn (Paperback) (Coming Soon)

The three books of the first trilogy for the Great Martian War – a continuation of HG Wells, War of the Worlds. 

Taking place ten years after the original martian invasion as featured in HG Wells, War of the Worlds, this trilogy contains the books: Invasion, Breakthrough and Counterattack.  The United States reels under the invasion of the second wave of martian attackers.  President Theodore Roosevelt enlists the brightest minds of science to help combat the alien invasion.

This big volume contains three novels, two short stories and an appendix of historical characters.

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The Great Martian War: America in Flames by Scott Washburn (Paperback) (Coming Soon)

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The three books of the first trilogy for the Great Martian War – a continuation of HG Wells, War of the Worlds. 

Taking place ten years after the original martian invasion as featured in HG Wells, War of the Worlds, this trilogy contains the books: Invasion, Breakthrough and Counterattack.  The United States reels under the invasion of the second wave of martian attackers.  President Theodore Roosevelt enlists the brightest minds of science to help combat the alien invasion.

This big volume contains three novels, two short stories and an appendix of historical characters.

Operations of the Polish Army in the 1809 Campaign (e-book) by Gen. Roman Soltyk $9.99

Operations of the Polish Army in the 1809 Campaign (e-book) by Gen. Roman Soltyk

Operations of the Polish Army in the 1809 Campaign (e-book) by Gen. Roman Soltyk

Operations of the Polish Army in the 1809 Campaign

Originally published in 1841, Operations of the Polish Army during the 1809 Campaign, by General Roman Soltyk, is not a simple recitation of the events of the war; it is a reasoned critique of the operations of the Polish Army, disputing its territory and its liberties from the Austrian Army foot by foot.  It was written by a man who was personally familiar with the people and events discuss in this work.  Using original material along with his memoirs, General Soltyk lays out a fascinating and detailed account of the little researched, but equally important theater of war.

The Author

Roman Soltyk was the son of a Polish general who fought in the Russian Campaign of 1812 in the army of the Duchy of Warsaw, survived the wars and was an officer in the army of the Kingdom of Poland.  Soltyk joined underground patriotic organizations in the 1820’s and commanded troops in the November Insurrection of 1830-31.  He eventually emigrated to France where he wrote histories of the Napoleonic Wars and the November Uprising.

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Operations of the Polish Army in the 1809 Campaign (e-book) by Gen. Roman Soltyk

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Operations of the Polish Army in the 1809 Campaign

Originally published in 1841, Operations of the Polish Army during the 1809 Campaign, by General Roman Soltyk, is not a simple recitation of the events of the war; it is a reasoned critique of the operations of the Polish Army, disputing its territory and its liberties from the Austrian Army foot by foot.  It was written by a man who was personally familiar with the people and events discuss in this work.  Using original material along with his memoirs, General Soltyk lays out a fascinating and detailed account of the little researched, but equally important theater of war.

The Author

Roman Soltyk was the son of a Polish general who fought in the Russian Campaign of 1812 in the army of the Duchy of Warsaw, survived the wars and was an officer in the army of the Kingdom of Poland.  Soltyk joined underground patriotic organizations in the 1820’s and commanded troops in the November Insurrection of 1830-31.  He eventually emigrated to France where he wrote histories of the Napoleonic Wars and the November Uprising.

Case White: The German Army in the Polish Campaign by William Russ $25.00

Case White: The German Army in the Polish Campaign by William Russ

Case White: The German Army in the Polish Campaign by William Russ

Case White – In September 1939, Nazi Germany initiated the second world war by invading Poland. William Russ has compiled a highly detailed study of the German invasion of Poland in September 1939, examining, the actions of every group on a daily basis. This book explores the campaign down to the regimental level from the German perspective, listing every action as appropriate. The appendices provide a complete order of battle for the Germans and the Polish forces as well as their positions. There are sixty-nine maps of the campaign as well as information on armament and equipment.

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Case White: The German Army in the Polish Campaign by William Russ

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Case White – In September 1939, Nazi Germany initiated the second world war by invading Poland. William Russ has compiled a highly detailed study of the German invasion of Poland in September 1939, examining, the actions of every group on a daily basis. This book explores the campaign down to the regimental level from the German perspective, listing every action as appropriate. The appendices provide a complete order of battle for the Germans and the Polish forces as well as their positions. There are sixty-nine maps of the campaign as well as information on armament and equipment.

Little Battles: Fast Play Wargames with Model Soldiers by Ron Emrick $25.00

Little Battles: Fast Play Wargames with Model Soldiers by Ron Emrick

Little Battles: Fast Play Wargames with Model Soldiers by Ron Emrick

Miniature wargames have been with us in one form or another for a long time.  While there are many wargaming opportunities available, Little Battles adheres to a simple philosophy – always have fun while capturing the feel of the period.  This is a set of simple rules using lots of dice, that offer numerous tweaks and subtle nuance fro playing a period piece.

Little Battles is designed to play across multiple historical periods.  First is Shock, covering the warfare of the Ancient times through to the Medieval period. This is followed by Pike & Shot, covering the 16th – and 17th-Centuries, the Musket period of the 18th- and 19th-Centuries, Rifle & Saber fro the mid to late 19th-Century and finally, the Modern era.  Little Battles is a fully illustrated, seasoned set of rules that allow you to play a game in an hour or two.

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Little Battles: Fast Play Wargames with Model Soldiers by Ron Emrick

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Miniature wargames have been with us in one form or another for a long time.  While there are many wargaming opportunities available, Little Battles adheres to a simple philosophy – always have fun while capturing the feel of the period.  This is a set of simple rules using lots of dice, that offer numerous tweaks and subtle nuance fro playing a period piece.

Little Battles is designed to play across multiple historical periods.  First is Shock, covering the warfare of the Ancient times through to the Medieval period. This is followed by Pike & Shot, covering the 16th – and 17th-Centuries, the Musket period of the 18th- and 19th-Centuries, Rifle & Saber fro the mid to late 19th-Century and finally, the Modern era.  Little Battles is a fully illustrated, seasoned set of rules that allow you to play a game in an hour or two.

Case White: The German Army in the Polish Campaign, September 1939 by William Russ $9.99

Case White: The German Army in the Polish Campaign, September 1939 by William Russ

Case White: The German Army in the Polish Campaign, September 1939 by William Russ

In September 1939, Nazi Germany initiated the second world war by invading Poland. William Russ has compiled a highly detailed study of the German invasion of Poland in September 1939, examining, the actions of every group on a daily basis. This book explores the campaign down to the regimental level from the German perspective, listing every action as appropriate. The appendices provide a complete order of battle for the Germans and the Polish forces as well as their positions. There are sixty-nine maps of the campaign as well as information on armament and equipment.

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Case White: The German Army in the Polish Campaign, September 1939 by William Russ

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In September 1939, Nazi Germany initiated the second world war by invading Poland. William Russ has compiled a highly detailed study of the German invasion of Poland in September 1939, examining, the actions of every group on a daily basis. This book explores the campaign down to the regimental level from the German perspective, listing every action as appropriate. The appendices provide a complete order of battle for the Germans and the Polish forces as well as their positions. There are sixty-nine maps of the campaign as well as information on armament and equipment.

The War of the Triple Alliance by Gabrielle Espositio, art by Giuseppe Rava $30.00

The War of the Triple Alliance by Gabrielle Espositio, art by Giuseppe Rava

The War of the Triple Alliance by Gabrielle Espositio, art by Giuseppe Rava

The War of the Triple Alliance an international military conflict fought in South America from 1864 to 1870 between Paraguay and the Triple Alliance of Brazil, Argentina and Uruguay. It was the deadliest war in Latin America’s history with an estimated 400,000 deaths.  It was particularly devastating in Paraguay which suffered catastrophic losses in population – some claim that almost 70% of its adult male population died – and was forced to cede territory to Argentina and Brazil. The main aim of this book is to present a complete presentation of the organization, uniforms and weapons of the South American armies involved in the War of the Triple Alliance.

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The War of the Triple Alliance by Gabrielle Espositio, art by Giuseppe Rava

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The War of the Triple Alliance an international military conflict fought in South America from 1864 to 1870 between Paraguay and the Triple Alliance of Brazil, Argentina and Uruguay. It was the deadliest war in Latin America’s history with an estimated 400,000 deaths.  It was particularly devastating in Paraguay which suffered catastrophic losses in population – some claim that almost 70% of its adult male population died – and was forced to cede territory to Argentina and Brazil. The main aim of this book is to present a complete presentation of the organization, uniforms and weapons of the South American armies involved in the War of the Triple Alliance.

White Zulu (Paperback) $16.00

White Zulu (Paperback)

White Zulu (Paperback)

White Zulu by Howard Whitehouse

A historical farce in the same vein as the Flashman books, White Zulu describes adventures and misadventures of Colonel Bagshot, late of her Majesty’s Hussars in the battles of Isandlwana and Rourke’s Drift.  Solidly based in historical events, it plays on the “unseen events” of war to tell a tale in his retirement.

Howard Whitehouse is a British writer and game designer. Since the 1980s he has published two books of military history, five novels for young people, and designed more than twenty sets of wargames rules. He lives with four fine cats and his very patient American wife in New York’s Hudson Valley, in a 1900 era church manse cluttered up with books, model soldiers, miniature buildings and, indeed, himself.  He has also been called, “..one of the finest comic writers of our day”.

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White Zulu (Paperback)

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White Zulu by Howard Whitehouse

A historical farce in the same vein as the Flashman books, White Zulu describes adventures and misadventures of Colonel Bagshot, late of her Majesty’s Hussars in the battles of Isandlwana and Rourke’s Drift.  Solidly based in historical events, it plays on the “unseen events” of war to tell a tale in his retirement.

Howard Whitehouse is a British writer and game designer. Since the 1980s he has published two books of military history, five novels for young people, and designed more than twenty sets of wargames rules. He lives with four fine cats and his very patient American wife in New York’s Hudson Valley, in a 1900 era church manse cluttered up with books, model soldiers, miniature buildings and, indeed, himself.  He has also been called, “..one of the finest comic writers of our day”.

White Zulu (ebook) $9.99

White Zulu (ebook)

White Zulu (ebook)

White Zulu by Howard Whitehouse

A historical farce in the same vein as the Flashman books, White Zulu describes adventures and misadventures of Colonel Bagshot, late of her Majesty’s Hussars in the battles of Isandlwana and Rourke’s Drift.  Solidly based in historical events, it plays on the “unseen events” of war to tell a tale in his retirement.

Howard Whitehouse is a British writer and game designer. Since the 1980s he has published two books of military history, five novels for young people, and designed more than twenty sets of wargames rules. He lives with four fine cats and his very patient American wife in New York’s Hudson Valley, in a 1900 era church manse cluttered up with books, model soldiers, miniature buildings and, indeed, himself.  He has also been called, “..one of the finest comic writers of our day”.

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White Zulu by Howard Whitehouse

A historical farce in the same vein as the Flashman books, White Zulu describes adventures and misadventures of Colonel Bagshot, late of her Majesty’s Hussars in the battles of Isandlwana and Rourke’s Drift.  Solidly based in historical events, it plays on the “unseen events” of war to tell a tale in his retirement.

Howard Whitehouse is a British writer and game designer. Since the 1980s he has published two books of military history, five novels for young people, and designed more than twenty sets of wargames rules. He lives with four fine cats and his very patient American wife in New York’s Hudson Valley, in a 1900 era church manse cluttered up with books, model soldiers, miniature buildings and, indeed, himself.  He has also been called, “..one of the finest comic writers of our day”.

A History of the Polish Revolution of 1830 (Paperback) $20.00

A History of the Polish Revolution of 1830 (Paperback)

A History of the Polish Revolution of 1830 (Paperback)

A History of the Polish Revolution of 1830 by Joseph Hordynski

After Poland was wiped off the map of Europe in 1794 and divided between Russia, Prussia and Austria the found some redemption with Napoleon. While the Russians attempted to integrate the Poles into the Russian Empire, the Poles longed for their independence. As part of the Congress of Vienna a nominal “Congress Kingdom” was established as an independent area.  With the ascension of Nicholas I as Tsar, the new administration attempted to clamp down on any nationalist thoughts.  The Poles rose in rebellion and for two years fought against the Russians, seeking to re-establish Poland as an independent nation once again. The uprising was crushed and though there would be further such revolutions, Poland would not become truly independent until 1919. This is a detailed account that is focused on the innumerable battles. Written by a participant in the uprising and containing more than thirty maps. It is has long been a source of information on this event

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A History of the Polish Revolution of 1830 by Joseph Hordynski

After Poland was wiped off the map of Europe in 1794 and divided between Russia, Prussia and Austria the found some redemption with Napoleon. While the Russians attempted to integrate the Poles into the Russian Empire, the Poles longed for their independence. As part of the Congress of Vienna a nominal “Congress Kingdom” was established as an independent area.  With the ascension of Nicholas I as Tsar, the new administration attempted to clamp down on any nationalist thoughts.  The Poles rose in rebellion and for two years fought against the Russians, seeking to re-establish Poland as an independent nation once again. The uprising was crushed and though there would be further such revolutions, Poland would not become truly independent until 1919. This is a detailed account that is focused on the innumerable battles. Written by a participant in the uprising and containing more than thirty maps. It is has long been a source of information on this event

The War of the Pacific by Gabriele Esposito $30.00

The War of the Pacific by Gabriele Esposito

The War of the Pacific by Gabriele Esposito

The Pacific War was one of the greatest and bloodiest war ever on the west part of South America, and is one of the most important conflicts in South American history. It is also known as the ‘Saltpeter War’ or the ‘Guano War’ because the possession of these two highly profitable nitrates was the main cause of the conflict.

By the 1870s Chilean military policies exploded into full scale conflict. This book examines the troops, uniforms and equipment used by the Chilean, Peruvian and Bolivian forces and traces the events of the war from the early naval blockades, through major pitched battles, to the final guerilla campaign in occupied Peru. The war ended in total victory for Chile, and that country’s military emergence thereafter as ‘the Prussia of South America’, while it cost Peru some lucrative provinces, and Bolivia its outlet to the Pacific coast.

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The War of the Pacific by Gabriele Esposito

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The Pacific War was one of the greatest and bloodiest war ever on the west part of South America, and is one of the most important conflicts in South American history. It is also known as the ‘Saltpeter War’ or the ‘Guano War’ because the possession of these two highly profitable nitrates was the main cause of the conflict.

By the 1870s Chilean military policies exploded into full scale conflict. This book examines the troops, uniforms and equipment used by the Chilean, Peruvian and Bolivian forces and traces the events of the war from the early naval blockades, through major pitched battles, to the final guerilla campaign in occupied Peru. The war ended in total victory for Chile, and that country’s military emergence thereafter as ‘the Prussia of South America’, while it cost Peru some lucrative provinces, and Bolivia its outlet to the Pacific coast.

Beyond Antares: Markov’s Prize by Mark Barber (Paperback) $18.00

Beyond Antares: Markov’s Prize by Mark Barber (Paperback)

Beyond Antares: Markov’s Prize by Mark Barber (Paperback)

Markov’s Prize is an isolated planet within the Determinate, cut off since the 6th Age. Its human population have thrived and advanced over the centuries but now, recently rediscovered, they find themselves simultaneously invaded by the aggressive and bloodthirsty Ghar Empire and the expansionist PanHuman Concord. The Ghar are looking to plunder the planet for resources and slaves while the Concord desire to assimilate the planet into their collective whole, believing it to be the best course of action for the Concord and the planet’s people.

Strike Commander Ryen Tahl is a soldier in the PanHuman Concord, responsible for a Company of some sixty troopers who are at the forefront of the invasion. Previously a famous martial arts champion with a deadly reputation, he has softened and matured over the years and now prioritizes the safety of his men and women above all else.

Tahl’s Company is not Special Forces; there is no secret mission and no universe changing event they will be involved in. They are ordinary people embroiled in the daily operations of a front-line war against a vicious adversary and the stoic defenders of Markov’s Prize.

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Beyond Antares: Markov’s Prize by Mark Barber (Paperback)

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Markov’s Prize is an isolated planet within the Determinate, cut off since the 6th Age. Its human population have thrived and advanced over the centuries but now, recently rediscovered, they find themselves simultaneously invaded by the aggressive and bloodthirsty Ghar Empire and the expansionist PanHuman Concord. The Ghar are looking to plunder the planet for resources and slaves while the Concord desire to assimilate the planet into their collective whole, believing it to be the best course of action for the Concord and the planet’s people.

Strike Commander Ryen Tahl is a soldier in the PanHuman Concord, responsible for a Company of some sixty troopers who are at the forefront of the invasion. Previously a famous martial arts champion with a deadly reputation, he has softened and matured over the years and now prioritizes the safety of his men and women above all else.

Tahl’s Company is not Special Forces; there is no secret mission and no universe changing event they will be involved in. They are ordinary people embroiled in the daily operations of a front-line war against a vicious adversary and the stoic defenders of Markov’s Prize.

Beyond Antares: Markov’s Prize by Mark Barber (e-Book) $9.99

Beyond Antares: Markov’s Prize by Mark Barber (e-Book)

Beyond Antares: Markov’s Prize by Mark Barber (e-Book)

Markov’s Prize is an isolated planet within the Determinate, cut off since the 6th Age. Its human population have thrived and advanced over the centuries but now, recently rediscovered, they find themselves simultaneously invaded by the aggressive and bloodthirsty Ghar Empire and the expansionist PanHuman Concord. The Ghar are looking to plunder the planet for resources and slaves while the Concord desire to assimilate the planet into their collective whole, believing it to be the best course of action for the Concord and the planet’s people.

Strike Commander Ryen Tahl is a soldier in the PanHuman Concord, responsible for a Company of some sixty troopers who are at the forefront of the invasion. Previously a famous martial arts champion with a deadly reputation, he has softened and matured over the years and now prioritizes the safety of his men and women above all else.

Tahl’s Company is not Special Forces; there is no secret mission and no universe changing event they will be involved in. They are ordinary people embroiled in the daily operations of a front-line war against a vicious adversary and the stoic defenders of Markov’s Prize.

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Beyond Antares: Markov’s Prize by Mark Barber (e-Book)

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Markov’s Prize is an isolated planet within the Determinate, cut off since the 6th Age. Its human population have thrived and advanced over the centuries but now, recently rediscovered, they find themselves simultaneously invaded by the aggressive and bloodthirsty Ghar Empire and the expansionist PanHuman Concord. The Ghar are looking to plunder the planet for resources and slaves while the Concord desire to assimilate the planet into their collective whole, believing it to be the best course of action for the Concord and the planet’s people.

Strike Commander Ryen Tahl is a soldier in the PanHuman Concord, responsible for a Company of some sixty troopers who are at the forefront of the invasion. Previously a famous martial arts champion with a deadly reputation, he has softened and matured over the years and now prioritizes the safety of his men and women above all else.

Tahl’s Company is not Special Forces; there is no secret mission and no universe changing event they will be involved in. They are ordinary people embroiled in the daily operations of a front-line war against a vicious adversary and the stoic defenders of Markov’s Prize.

Operations of the Allied Army under the Duke of Brunswick 1757 – 1762 by Sir Charles Hotham-Thompson (Paperback) $18.00

Operations of the Allied Army under the Duke of Brunswick 1757 – 1762 by Sir Charles Hotham-Thompson (Paperback)

Operations of the Allied Army under the Duke of Brunswick 1757 – 1762 by Sir Charles Hotham-Thompson (Paperback)

This work was originally published in 1764 and its author was a British officer who served with the Duke of Brunswick against the French as they moved north from the Rhine to push into Hanover.  It is a detailed account of all operations, actions, and maneuvers.  Seven battles are covered in detail and supported by maps.  The original work has been modified to make following it on modern maps by correcting the spellings of German city names to their modern spellings, or, when they have been absorbed into larger cities that has been annotated.  In addition, biographies of several of the Duke of Brunswick’s staff officers have been added.  In the original form the author was anonymous, but he has been identified and his biography also included.

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Operations of the Allied Army under the Duke of Brunswick 1757 – 1762 by Sir Charles Hotham-Thompson (Paperback)

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This work was originally published in 1764 and its author was a British officer who served with the Duke of Brunswick against the French as they moved north from the Rhine to push into Hanover.  It is a detailed account of all operations, actions, and maneuvers.  Seven battles are covered in detail and supported by maps.  The original work has been modified to make following it on modern maps by correcting the spellings of German city names to their modern spellings, or, when they have been absorbed into larger cities that has been annotated.  In addition, biographies of several of the Duke of Brunswick’s staff officers have been added.  In the original form the author was anonymous, but he has been identified and his biography also included.