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    Graham Harrison

    Martin and I drove across to Warfare at Reading on the Sunday with my 1912 Balkans War game. I’d previously demonstrated this period using Chain of Command, but this year I was using The Men Who Would be Kings by Dan Mersey. Although the rules a written for 19th century colonial conflicts, I’ve found they work very well for the early 20th century as well. The First and Second Balkans Wars, with their huge variety of troop types and qualities, are easily covered with these adaptable rules. Later in the day we were joined by Henry to help out and allow for some wandering time/loo breaks.

    Full write up and pictures on the blog http://tringwargames.blogspot.co.uk/2017/11/the-men-who-would-be-kings-for-1912.html

    I did call by the Pendraken stand, but Leon seemed to be all by himself and dealing with customers!


    Good show!

    "Do you not know, my son, with how little wisdom the world is governed?"

    Axel Oxenstierna

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