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  • #41471
    Mal WrightMal Wright
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    The third book of my series on BRITISH AND COMMONWEALTH WW2 NAVAL CAMOUFLAGE is now with Seaforth/Pen and Sword and expected to be released around August 2016.
    From there I am moving on to other navies of WW2. Europe for one volume, Japan for another.

    Mal Wright

    #41472
    Etranger
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    Oh good. the first 2 volumes are crackers. I must get you to sign mine!

    #41482
    Mal WrightMal Wright
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    Happy to do so. I have been unable to wargame for some time. But we will be next Saturday evening if you are available.

    Mal Wright

    #41501
    John D SaltJohn D Salt
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    Dammit, more expense.

    [As Mr. Curmudgeonly always says when a new unmissable book is published.]

    All the best,

    John.

    #41641
    Mal WrightMal Wright
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    I am awaiting information on the release date for book 3. In the meantime Mr.Curmudgeonly will be shocked to know I am making steady progress on books 4 and 5 almost simultaninously!

    Mal Wright

    #41687
    Etranger
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    Hi Mal, sorry i missed the note above. I won’t get a leave pass this week but next week (14th) might be a goer.

    #41704
    Jonathan Gingerich
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    Mal,
    To redirect the subject a bit, do you know of any references for where the linoleum was on the High Seas Fleet ships in the Great War? (like top down views!-) I have some GHQ’s gathering dust due to painting paralysis…
    thanks,
    Jon.

    #41705
    Mal WrightMal Wright
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    I know it was applied to the bridge wings and similar high areas where crew had to stand long hours at duty, when on watch. It was to protect their feet from the cold steel of the decks. Wood was too heavy to apply to those areas. In lower areas wood was used. Apparently it was applied to many below deck areas out of sight of where you will be painting your models. But removed fairly early experience demonstrated that it burnt too well and the fumes were deadly….as well as dense. I think therefore you will find more on the early ships than later built ones.
    regards
    Mal Wright

    Mal Wright

    #41706
    Mal WrightMal Wright
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    OK. Give me a call. My telephone number is the same.

    Mal Wright

    #41707
    Mal WrightMal Wright
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    OK. The publisher has set October 10th 2016 as the release date for my third book.

    Mal Wright

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