The History of Wargaming Project

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Recreational Wargaming...Stuart Asquith and Terry Wise

Terry Wise Intro to Battle Games Terry Wise’s Introduction to Battle Gaming: including his unpublished wargaming rules 05 November 2012
by Terry Wise
Edited by John Curry

Terry Wise was one of the great early wargamers with over 40 books and 400 plus articles to his name.

This classic book Introduction to Battle Gaming 'was cited by many people as their entry point into the hobby' Stuart Asquith.

The book had chapters to help start wargaming and three straightforward sets of rules on Ancient Warfare, Horse and Musket and World War II.

This edition includes the original book plus new material on:

Reflections on a lifetime of wargaming

An appreciation by Stuart Asquith

Three previously unpublished sets of rules by Terry Wise

                        18th Century Rules 

                        Napoleonic Wargaming Rules 1792-1815 

                        Colonial Rules 1874 – 1914   

The History of Wargaming Project is edited by John Curry. It aims to present the very best wargaming books and rules to a modern audience.
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