The upcoming issue of Wargames Illustrated contains the following content:
AH, LES BRAVES GENS
Franco-Prussian War advocate Gerard Miller introduces us the this month's theme and tells us a little about FPW weapons, tactics, uniforms and ‘what ifs?'
The fine members of the Grimsby Wargames Society were only too happy to share their marvellous Franco-Prussian War: Battle of Wörth table with us.
BIG BATTLE, BIG GAME
Few people do games bigger than David Marks; three tables - with a total area of 380 square feet - formed the battlefield for his 28mm Black Powder refight of the Battle of Gravelotte-St Privat
FRANCO-PRUSSIAN WAR FIGURE ROUND UP
We let our online figure reviewer Wayne loose on the printed page this month with his roundup of what figures you should have in your Franco-Prussian War army.
LAST POST FOR THE TOY SOLDIER GENERAL
Close friends of Don Featherstone, Chris Scott and Duke Siefried, pay tribute to the Godfather of Wargaming, who sadly passed away in September.
DESERT DUST UP
Battlefront's Chris and Casey get their brand new FOW Fate of a Nation tanks on the table and talk us through their first battle.
THE MAKING OF THE ALAMO
Last month we introduced you to Gringo 40's wonderful Alamo table. David Marshall of TM Terrain tells us how he built it.
BACK TO THE USSR
One of the most popular Flames Of War books is the Red Bear compilation. It includes the Late-war Allied forces on the Eastern Front, such as the Soviets, Romanians, and a Polish Warsaw Uprising force. In this article the Battlefront team discuss what's changed in Red Bear's reprint.
BRITANNIA: DESIGNER'S NOTES
John Lambshead, author of the new Hail Caesar supplement: Britannia, shares his philosophy and Celtic pedigree with us.
Outfitting: ACW Artillery
Continuing their acclaimed series, Don Effinger and Mike Evans tell us all about the uniforms and equipment of a very important arm of both armies - the Artillery.
SAVAGE WARS of Peace - Part 5
Victoria's Small Wars take us all the way to New Zealand for this latest installment.
In addition, Fighting Talk! returns to the musings of Alessio Cavatore, and we report on the 2013 HISTORICON Painting Competition.