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"The Original Wargame" A Critical Edition of Baron von Reisswitz’s 1824 Prussian “Instructions” William N. Vossbrink

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"The Original Wargame" A Critical Edition of Baron von Reisswitz’s 1824 Prussian “Instructions” William N. Vossbrink

Post  henridecat on Mon Jan 30, 2012 12:23 pm



Tony Hawkins has discovered that "The Original Wargame" A Critical Edition of Baron von Reisswitz’s 1824 Prussian “Instructions” William N. Vossbrink is available from http://www.casematepublishing.co.uk/title.php?isbn=9781612000992, £15 advance order.

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Re: "The Original Wargame" A Critical Edition of Baron von Reisswitz’s 1824 Prussian “Instructions” William N. Vossbrink

Post  Martin on Tue Jan 31, 2012 9:42 am

I presume that William is the guy who made several posts here a while back. He did mention that he was working on a new translation. Good luck with this Willaim. It looks interesting.

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