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Recreational Wargaming...Naval Wargaming

Donald Featherstone Naval Wargaming Donald Featherstone's Naval War Games wargaming with model ships  05 March 2009
by Donald Featherstone
Edited by John Curry
This book introduces wargamers to the fun of naval games. Using straightforward rules that reflect the period and encourage historical tactics, the rules in the book avoid the overly complex path that some later naval rules took.

This book contains over 15 sets of rules: Tony Bath's Ancient Naval Rules;       Summary of the Fletcher Pratt Naval Rules; Jack Scruby's Napoleonic Rules;       Combined arms campaigns; Naval games for tactical training; Summary of the Fred Jane Naval Wargame; Discussion of operational choices

This revised edition includes: A new set of coastal warfare rules for 1939-45 by David Manley and a new foreword by David Manley.

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260 pages
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     Dimensions (cm):
15.6 wide x 23.39 tall  

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