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    Russell Phillips
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    The Society of Twentieth Century Wargamers is pleased to announce that Journal 88 is now out. Paper copies were posted earlier today, and PDFs have been uploaded to Wargame Vault.

    Back issues from subscription 9 (Journals 53-58) are now also available from Wargame Vault and the society website.

    Contents
    Subscription 15 – News for the next subscription
    The War in Angola – Ambush Scenarios
    Hungary’s Red Army – The 129 day Army – March-August 1919
    March on Madrid – A Campaign of the first 100 days of the SCW
    Meet The Members – Secretary Phil Gray’s turn
    Notes on the Great War – Rob Morgan’s continuing series
    The Battle of Annual – 22 July 1921 – colonial warfare in Morocco
    Harry Lime and the Sewer Police – An idea for a wargame underneath Berlin
    The Chinese Civil War – A look at the war between 1927 – 1950
    Ghosts of the East – Fictional Soviet vehicles
    Modelling a Blocao for the Rif – A simple conversion of resin terrain
    Pistol Popping! – A discussion of handgun usage in wargames
    Two or Three Shermans to build – A kit review and build
    The Armoury
    Rules of War
    Little Warriors
    Bookshelf
    Rob’s Rearguard

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    #47714
    Rhoderic
    Participant

    While I’m not much of a historicals hobbyist, even less of a 20th century one, and I normally gravitate to publications with more eye candy and graphic design, I’m going to give subscriptions 14 and 15 a go. This community and others are making me pick up interests by osmosis.

    The articles in the free preview issue are appetising enough, and the low price is easy to appreciate.

    #47717
    Rhoderic
    Participant

    Ooh, trader discounts! Why am I finding out about this only now?! 

    #47725
    Russell Phillips
    Participant

    The articles in the free preview issue are appetising enough, and the low price is easy to appreciate.

    That’s gratifying to read, thank you.

    Don’t tell anyone, but when the first issue of Sub 15 is released at the end of November, Sub 14 will probably be the same price as other back issues. (We haven’t made a firm decision on that yet).

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