A skeleton found at the Waterloo battlefield has been identified as Friedrich Brandt of the King’s German Legion.
Ralph Peters’ Civil War Insights – Part 2
Warfighter – Card Game Review
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A tribute to ‘Armchair General’ magazine from students in the U.S. Army’s Captains Career Course.
A review of William C. Davis’ ‘Crucible of Command: Ulysses S. Grant and Robert E. Lee’ finds it compares favorably with previous dual biographies of these men and, indeed, surpasses earlier books in some respects.
Ford’s Theatre and Google are partnering to create an interactive online “you are there” display of the theatre, the Petersen House, and artifacts within the museum.
Part 2 of a 3-part series of analyst and author Ralph Peter’s insights into the Civil War
‘Warfighter: The Tactical Special Forces Card Game’ from DVG is a slick, innovative game for 1-6 players with a variety of missions set in the Middle East and South America.
Acclaimed strategist and best-selling author Ralph Peters examines America’s Civil War. Part 1 of 3 includes the skill & endurance of Johnny Reb, the meaning of the Confederate battle flag, and a comparison of Lincoln & Davis.
A review of Ralph Peters’ historic novel ‘Valley of the Shadow,’ about the personalities and battles of the 1864 campaign for control of the Shenandoah Valley.
A preview of ‘Naval Action,’ an MMO that immerses players in Age of Sail combat with beautiful graphics and sound to enhance its challenging gameplay.
“Wings Over Flanders Fields” takes what is arguably the best WW1 air war simulator on the market and expands on what it offers players.
Michael Haskew’s “West Point 1915″ examines the “Class the Stars Fell On,” which produced 59 graduates who attained the rank of brigadier general or higher.
In any given turn in the game ‘Vietnam ’65′ you may be building bases, gathering intelligence on the enemy, launching artillery and air strikes, training ARVN infantry and resupplying units.