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This book was a recognition that the majority of wargaming was solo when it was published. It aimed to put forward multiple ideas for how to enjoy fighting on the table top while representing both sides.
The book contained 23 chapters including:
Concealment in Solo-wargaming
John Schusters's Solo Musket Wargame
The importance of War Diaries
Solo Wargaming Campaigns
This edition includes:
All 60 original illustrations.
It can be obtained from www.wargaming.co or other online bookstores
Review: Solo WargamingUser Review - John - Goodreads
Featherstone did a number of wargaming books... they were great fun at the time. Unlike wargaming today [computer based or fantasy gaming] these were based upon model soldiers and relevant hardware to re-enact famous conflicts... Waterloo, Crecy, Hastings, El Alamein, D-Day etc. Read full review
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