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    Jeff Glasco
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    Recently I have posted some general order of battle information for the American Revolution (more to come), as well as a scenario and order of battle material and a set of charts for playing the American Revolution with Johnny Reb 3. Much of the order of battle information can be exported to any rule system. You can find that on my blog at: Gentlemanly Wargaming.

    Thanks,

    Jeff

    #18389
    willz
    Participant

    A very interesting blog, thanks for sharing Jeff.

    Have you looked at this forum

    http://www.amilitarygentlemanofthe18thcentury.co.uk/

     

    #18415
    Norm S
    Participant

    Excellent way to use a blog – very nice.

    #20078
    Jeff Glasco
    Participant

    Norm,

    Thanks, I’m totally useless with a camera so I can’t really do the blog with nice pictures of well painted miniatures, so this seemed to be a way to post something useful on the blog.

    Jeff

    #21116
    greenknight4
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    This is an excellent blog with a lot of great information.

     

    Thanks Jeff

    Author of Day of Battle, I game in 25mm and 40mm scales. Also enjoy Horse and Musket and WWII Western Front Games.

    #21120
    John McBride
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    I love JR but prefer JR2.  Have you looked at JOHNNY TREMAINE? I think it is JR for AWI but have never played it.  There was also a JR variant for 7YW or such: LAST ARGUMENT OF KINGS, maybe?

    And I stole a lot of key idea — simultaneous movement with chits — from JR for PRIDE OF LIONS.

    I’ll give your blog a good look.

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