While we try and bring you all the gaming news you can handle here on the site, I know that you still hunger for more. That’s alright. That’s where gaming magazines come in. They’re full of all manner of useful articles about strategies for you to try, tutorials about painting, event reports, and more. One of the venerable titles is Wargames, Soldiers & Strategy. They’ve got Issue 94 available now for your reading pleasure.
In this issue:
Special Feature: Tank combat and tactics during WWII
Eoghan Kelly, ‘The development of tank warfare in World War II – Wielding the armoured fist’.
Eoghan Kelly, ‘The Battle for Dubno, Ukraine SSR, 27 June 1941 – Thunder at the crossroads’.
Piers Brand, ‘Tank combat in the Lorraine, Lunéville, 1944 – The destruction of a Panzer brigade’.
Olivier Peronny, ‘T-34s versus cats in Ukraine – South of Skalat’.
Guy Bowers, ‘Collecting tanks for WWII gaming – Panzer, los!’.
Steve Perry, ‘Cologne, 6th March 1945 – Panther vs Pershing’.
Ian Beal, ‘Edward III’s Scottish Revenge – The Battle of Halidon Hill’.
Jeff Jonas, ‘The Battle of elephants – Raphia 217 BC, Part I’.
Prof. Tony Pollard, ‘Making the biggest wargame – The mother of all battles’.
Steve Jones, ‘The attack on Breed’s Hill. 17th June 1775 – A fierce Breed’.
Sean Souter, ‘Making a Renedra mud-brick house – Dwelling in the desert’.
Paul Burkin, ‘How one man refund his inspiration – Painting 10mm is easy’.
Rich Clarke, ‘Up Front – Big is beautiful.
Henry Hyde, ‘Tabletop tactics – The complex curse of cavalry’.
Mark Backhouse, ‘The Irregular – Do we really want something new?’.
David Davies, ‘Fantasy warband skirmish – Let’s plays +Strongsword+’.
Rossco Watkins, Guy Bowers, and Rob Rhodes, ‘Game reviews – Rommel, Gaslands, and Gangs of Rome’.