Sunday, 24 March 2013

History of Wargaming Project

One knows that is becoming old when the past is more interesting than the future. I don't know my own situation, but I am regularly surfing internet searching for articles and projects about the old wargaming.
Today, following the steps of Tony Bath's Hyboria, I have found the John Curry's History of Wargaming Project. According to his own words: "The History of Wargaming Project aims to make available a library of hobby and professional wargames available from one place. It currently includes books from Donald Featherstone, Charlie Wesencraft, Peter Perla, Phil Dunn, Phil Barker, Charles Grant, Stuart Asquith, Terry Wise, etc. It also includes professional wargaming rules such as Dunn Kempf (American Army) and the 1956 British Army Wargame."

Many of these will be surely unknown to the younger wargamers , but the old grognards there out will immediately recognize the names of the Founding Fathers of Wargaming. All in all, this blog is a must for the wargamer.
Maybe I am growing old (at least for wargaming)!

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