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Le Point Roc, 1944

The Second World War, Rules of Engagement, 28mm This game was laid on  up in Orkney, as a form of initiation of the local wargaming group into Second World War skirmish games. It was also a chance to try out a new set of rules – well, new to me in that I just bought

Le Champ de Nounours, 1944

The Second World War, Rules of Engagement, 1944 Colin Jack came up with this game, set in Southern France in the late summer of 1944. Given the terrain, the battle was dubbed “Teddy bear field”, or “le champ de nounours”. This is Colin’s account of what happened;I rolled up a scenario for a force of

Scruttock’s End, Suffolk, 1940

Second World War, Rules of Engagement, 28mm You can rely on Colin Jack to think up a bloody silly scenario. When he told me he planned to run a skirmish game involving the planned German Invasion of Britain I was expecting something vaguely sensible. I should have known better! The premise was that the British