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No Turning Back by Donald S. Lowry (reprint)
This first volume of a purely chronological account of the last year of The Civil War was originally published in 1991, and has been out of print for over a decade. Fox Den is bringing it (and the other three volumes) back into print in ebook and hardcopy formats.
Issue #59 of Panzerfaust (July-August 1973), along with the normal game reviews, commentary, strategy articles, variants and other articles expected of a gaming magazine, also has commentary from five people in the wargame industry of 1972, representing Avalon Hill, Conflict Games, Simulations Design Corporation, Gamma Two Games, and Guidon Games (SPI was asked, but didn’t respond) about the future of wargaming.
Line of Communications * Editor
Anzio’s Heirs * Chuck Holland
The Future of Wargaming: Comments From Five Wargame Publishers * Don Greenwood, John Hill, Dana Lombardy, T. T. Dagliesh, Don Lowry
The Austrian Army and Navy 1792-1815 * David L. Arneson
Design Analysis: Richthofen’s War, Fight in the Skies, Flying Circus, by Harold Totten
And Then There Were Three: Richthofen’s War * Mike Carr
Battle of Finger Ridge – 1808 * Jack Scruby
Dunkirk Openings * T. Nowak
The Fog of War * Leon L. Tucker
Strategy in Overlord * John Hill
Some Gripes With Operation Greif * Stephen List
Afterthoughts on Alexander * Gary Gygax
Airpower in France ’40 * Harold Totten
Diplomacy * Lewis Pulsipher
Game Design * Bill Gale
Miniature Warfare * Gary Gygax
Thumbnail Analysis * Tom Wham
Reconnaissance in Force * Pete Bennett
Passing in Review * Pete Bennett
G2 Reports * Editor
Available at Wargame Vault.