Here are the designs I made for the board game Steam and Steel using H. G. Wells 'The Land Ironclads' as a source:
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Steam and Steel
Folks may like to see the designs here - scroll down for images: http://boardgamegeek.com/boardgame/82211/steam-and-steel
I seem to recall a story (from somewhere) that when Goering was asked why the Nazis never used gas or chemicals against the Allies,...
To be honest, from what I've read of his stuff, it was fairly typical pulp sci-fi throughout. None of it was particularly good or...
I was in Washington DC on the day the coup went down. Looking out of my hotel window while listening to the news, i saw Air Force Two...
My uncle (dads brother) was captured during the 1940/1 desert campaign and shipped off to Italy. He and another escaped north in 1943...
This idea with a little inspiration from Mr. Wells provided the basis for my Steam and Steel game - details here:...
In my Steam & Steel game I called the UK ones 'land dreadnaughts', the German 'Uberkamphwagen' and the US version 'armed conestogas'.
I think that any victory after Sharpsburg would have been too late for the Europeans to step in. Lee may have won Gettysburg, but what...
Steam and Steel
This looks rather interesting...http://www.boardgamegeek.com/boardgame/82211/steam-and-steel
If I recall correctly, when they asked Goering why the Nazis didn't use gas on D-Day, he answered "horses". His rationale was that the...
How does this look? My design for the upcoming game 'Steam and Steel'.
Sorry about that folks - just got carried away a bit.
Jesus at 70
These is a tale out there that postulates that he actually died at Masada! Anyone remember it?
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