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Dear All – some phots and mini review of the War Times Journal Dreadnoughts as planning for Jutland 100th commemorations gathers pace…
'Blessed are the peacekeepers, for they shall need to be well 'ard'
Oh my those look beautiful !!! I played a lot of Cordite and Steel years ago in 1/2400 . Thanks for posting this.
1/1500th? What kind of bizarro scale is that? OK for Mnecraft, maybe, but hardly an established naval wargaming scale. Do you have access to a large ballroom to play in?
All the best,
1/1500th? What kind of bizarro scale is that? OK for Mnecraft, maybe, but hardly an established naval wargaming scale.
I’ll take your word for it – I’m hardly an ‘established’ naval wargamer, so its as ‘established’ as any scale for me! It’s just the largest scale I could get hold of, as I explained on the blog…
Do you have access to a large ballroom to play in?
Not a ballroom, but as many much bigger classrooms as I please – I work at a university!
‘Big is Beautiful’ as far as I’m concerned when it comes to wargames!
Thanks for you kind comments Kyoteblue!
Mal Wright has/had both fleets for Jutland in 1/3000. 400 odd ships when you include the smaller vessels. Now that made for an Impressive display.
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