2011 Summer Special
The 2011 Summer Special is 129 pages loaded with Lardy goodness. Articles, rules, scenarios, terrain building, it’s all there for the discerning wargamer.
Page 3 Introduction
Page 4 La Longue Carabine. A Sharp Practice supplement for the French Indian Wars
Page 20 A Bloody Morning on V Beach. A Gallipoli 1915 scenario for If the Lord Spares Us
Page 25 Wave Goodbye. A French counter attack in 1940 from the pen of Robert Avery for I Aint Been Shot Mum
Page 30 Finding, Fixing, Fighting & Finishing. A background to riverine warfare in Vietnam
Page 37 Brown Water Delta. A riverine warfare supplement for Charlie Dont Surf.
Page 47 Beckwiths Battle. The battle of Sabugal for Le Feu Sacré
Page 52 A White Hell. Rogers Rangers face the French and the frost at the Battle on Snowshoes for La Longue Carabine
Page 57 The Bridge at Prudyanka. A German rearguard attempt to hold the road to Kharkov in the aftermath of the battle of Kursk. A scenario for I Aint Been Shot Mum
Page 61 The Forest of Assassins. A riverine warfare scenario for Charlie Dont Surf.
Page 64 Coastal Patrol. A complete set of rules for small ships in WWII.
Page 80 Black Night. A coastal warfare scenario for Coastal Patrol
Page 82 On Company Business. A French Indian Wars scenario set in the Ohio valley for La Longue Carabine
Page 85 Estuary Anglais. A Kiss Me Hardy Frigate action
Page 89 Insurrection in Mesopotamia. Two scenarios for action in Iraq, 1920 style, for Mud & Blood.
Page 95 Scenario Card R. A bonus scenario card for Platoon Forward
Page 96 Mors Mission. Rescuing Mussolini Part Two. A scenario for I Aint Been Shot Mum
Page 100 River Assault. A riverine warfare scenario for Charlie Dont Surf.
Page 103 Storm of Dice. Rules for using If the Lord Spares Us on the Western Front.
Page 109 Winning their Spurs. A Storm of Dice scenario from Vimy Ridge, 1917.
Page 112 Sidney Gets Woods. The maestro gives a master class in modelling woods.
Page 118 The Volga Ferryman. A Bag the Hun scenario over Stalingrad.
Page 126 A Grave Day at the Canal. An I Aint Been Shot Mum scenario on the Dunkirk perimeter from Robert Avery