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Monday, 17 June 2019

A Wnter-ish War revisited

After writing yesterday's blog entry, I realised that not all of my regular readers will remember this mini-campaign and I was rather vague about when I wrote about it. I've therefore decided to add links to the various battle reports.

A map of the southern border area between Opeland and SPUR. Click on the map to enlarge it.
Light bombers of the SPUR Air Force (escorted by two fighters) about to attack the Opelandic capital, Viputa.
The SPUR battleship Krasny Viputa (Red Viputa) protects units of the SPUR Naval infantry as they approach the coast of Opeland.

6 comments:

  1. Its good to re-read these reports. However, your link for day 3 took me to day 2 again. I still got there though by clicking on "next post" for the day 2 page.

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    1. Mike Hall,

      Thanks for pointing this out. I have now corrected the error and the link should now work without a hitch.

      All the best,

      Bob

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  2. Like it:
    In fact love the eclectic collection of kit
    From scratch built Magraf to the Sturmoviks

    It had a desperate feel to it

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    1. Geordie an Exiled FoG,

      Cheers! Looking back, it was a great mini-campaign to fight and an opportunity to use lots of stuff that was sitting waiting to be used.

      All the best,

      Bob

      PS. I am distraught that you thought the model was of the Magraf; it is supposed to be a cut-down version of the Petropavlovsk/Marat!

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    1. Ross Mac,

      It certainly doesn't seem to have been that long.

      Where does the time go?

      All the best,

      Bob

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