Wargames illustrated have posted details of the contents of issue 277 of their magazine.
Feldherrnhalle And The Battle For Hungary
The tale of the battle for Hungary follows the two Feldherrnhalle divisions featured in the latest Flames of War sourcebook, Stalin’s Europe.
Death On The Hungarian Plains
Here we introduce you to three of the four protagonists; show off some of their new equipment – like the German Panzer IV/70 tank, Soviet SU-100 assault howitzer – and feature one of the new Warriors, all from Stalin’s Europe.
Huns With Guns
We take a look at the Hungarian Assault Gun Battalions, Hungary’s newest arm of the artillery, we follow the
exploits of three battalions, and their commanders. We’ve included vehicle, colour, marking, and uniform guides too.
On a chilly day in 1854, over six hundred British cavalrymen rode down a valley under heavy Russian fire,
all because of a confused set of orders. Paul Delaney presents his game of “The Charge of The Light Brigade”.
An Island In Flames
The Haitian Revolution erupted on 21 August 1791. Yet Haiti offers many intriguing possibilities for campaigns and battles a little bit out of the mainstream but with many recognizable aspects.
Created by royal decree in 1808, the Caçadore battalions were formed as light infantry for the Portuguese army. This article, part of our Great Warrior series takes a look at the Caçadores, their actions, tactics and uniforms.
The Normans In Ireland
A look at the military campaigns and political intrigues of 12th Century Ireland, offering a battle scenario and army building advice for the earliest Anglo-Irish Wars. It’s not all 1066 with the Normans!
“I Bid You A Fond Farewell!”
Uncle Duke Seifried, a U.S. wargaming legend, has decided this is the right time to ride off into the sunset. At HISTORICON 2010, he went out with a bang! Learn more about the man, and see his amazing work for yourselves.
Pure Pulp pleasure! Join your fellow carnosaurs as you race to devour the most hated man in history (and his mistress and dog too!) Great “beer and pretzel” fun from the mad mind of Howard Whitehouse.
This month’s quick fire is set during the time of Spanish exploration and expansion in New Mexico.
Plus we take a look at the 2010 Flames of War Nationals (USA), and a spotlight on Geek Nation Tours. Also, our Reviews return to the web: wargamesillustrated.net