Wargames Soldiers & Strategy No.105 – The Spanish Take On Napoleon’s Legions


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Special Feature: The Peninsular War

Stephen Tunmore, ‘A reassessment of Napoleonic Spain – Rey, patria o la muerte’.
Noel Williams, ‘The Battle of Cape Santa Maria – Neither war nor peace’.
Eoghan Kelly, ‘The first Battle of El Bruch, 6 June 1808 – Wherever we arrived, they disappeared’.
Mark Backhouse, ‘The Battle of Saguntum, 25 October 1811 – Defeat from the jaws of victory’.
Tom Mecredy, ‘Fighting the French with the Spanish Joan of Arc – Agustina de Aragón’.
Guy Bowers, ‘Collecting a Spanish Napoleonic force – The Spanish ulcer’.
Rubén Torregrosa, ‘Last stand at Monteleón barracks – Heroes of Spain’.


Chris King, Somewhere in Germany, Early April 1945 – Advance to contact’.
Brian Cameron, ‘Getting all of your troops on the table – Big battles in small spaces’.
Jeff Jonas, ‘Rolling the dice against RomeL Beneventum 275 BC – Pyrrhus’ last gamble’.
Rubén Torregrosa, ‘Painting a Polish army for WWII – Wearing the White Eagle’.
Stephen Tunmore, ‘Remodeling Airfix’s Fort Sahara kit – Changing an icon’.


Miniature reviews
Rick Priesely, ‘This gaming life – Dad’s Army and designing war-games’.
Henry Hyde, ‘Tabletop tactics – A bridge too far: lessons from play’.
James McCullough, ‘The irregular – Dice-rolling etiquette’.
David Davies, ‘Warlord’s Cruel Seas goes Napoleonic – Let’s play Black Seas’.
Guy Bowers, David Davies, Eoghan Kelly, ‘Game reviews – Narrow Seas, Albedo Combat Patrol 164, Pieces of Eight, and Judge Dredd: Helter Skelter’.
Book reviews
Parting shots