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Renaissance galleys in action

Turkish Galley 1571. Last night saw thew first ever naval battle played in the Wargamorium.  It was set in the Mediterranean in the 1570s around the time of the Battle Of Lepanto. The ships are 1/300 scale and they come … Continue reading

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I have added the term POTESHNYI to the tag line of the Wargamorium Blog. I came across the term in Angus Konstam’s excellent Osprey Man at Arms book on the infantry of Peter the Great.  According to the book the … Continue reading

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Welcome to the new look Wargamorium Blog

  Unfortunately the server for the Wargamorium Blog has had to close down and so I have “migrated” to a new server called WordPress. I have yet to master the complexities of WordPress so the blog has a rather temporary … Continue reading

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  I have finally completed the third Russian Division which gives me a Russian Corps.  I only need two more heavy guns and a Corps Commander to complete the army.   I have two British Divisions (13 battalions) on order … Continue reading

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Crimean War – the Malakoff(ish) Redoubt

Below are some photographs of my newly created “Malakovian” Redoubt.  I say Malakovian as I do not have a good picture of the actual Malakoff Redoubt and I suspect that it was quite different to the final model but as … Continue reading

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Crimean War 1854

This is my latest project using Eureka 18mm figures (available in Europe from Fighting 15s in the UK).  This is a great range but unfortunately incomplete.  I will have to use FPW French staff and artillery to complete the French. … Continue reading

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Antwerp 1914

After a break for a few weeks the Wargamorium was back in action last night with a game based upon Antwerp 1914 or rather the evacuation by the last of the Belgian Field Army from the besieged city.  On table … Continue reading

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