American Civil War
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American Civil War
- 1866 And All That
Mark Strachan’s occasional ramblings of a historical wargamer.
- 20mm Gamer
Nick Grant’s “De Ludis Bellorum Statunculis Plasticis Gestorum” (Concerning Games of War waged with Plastic Figurines): 20mm plastic figure gaming in Christchurch, NZ.
- 28mm Victorian Warfare
“A man can never have too much red wine, too many books, or too much ammunition” – Rudyard Kipling
- Across the Table
Historical Miniature Wargaming news from Keith McNelly’s “The Wargames Room”.
- ACW Society UK
ACW Society UK
- Alan Wright’s Fire and Fury Page
Alan Wright’s Fire and Fury Page
- Anderson Collection, The
Willie Anderson’s great blog with lots of pics on 28mm Gaming of the Punic Wars, Medieval, American Revolution, Crimean War, ACW, and Colonial periods.
- Archduke Piccolo
Ion Dowman’s very personal, and eclectic, collection of wargaming plots and projects; battles and campaigns… with pictures; lotsa pictures….
- Archive Of The Colours @ War Flags
Not to be confused with ‘War Flag’ – great selection of Flags by Tom Gregg covering Medieval to Modern times, includign lots of good 17th & 18th Century and similar flag images.
- Blackpowder Wargaming Rules
Published by Warlord Games.
- Bob Koch’s Civil War Site
Bob Koch’s Civil War Site
- Bringing Up the Rear
Greg Novak’s Odds and Sodds on this and That!
- Charge! Johnny Reb Civil War Wargaming
ACW & Johnny Reb blog by Scott Mingus.
- Dispatches From The Mess
Gaming blog of Wayne Stack (Stacky).
- Fire & Fury [FnF]
Home of Rich Hasenauer and Fire & Fury Games, including the original Brigade Level version of Fire & Fury, and the NEW Regimental Level version! All Fire & Fury books are available from here, and it also hosts the Official Fire & Fury Foru
- Fire and Fury UK
Fire and Fury UK
- Fire and Fury Yahoo!Group
Fire and Fury Yahoo!Group
- Free Wargames Rules
Pete Jones’s Free Wargames Rules Resource
- Glory Eagles de l'Empereur!
Canadian Wargaming Blog covering lots of horse & musket era periods… and more!
- Historic Imagination
Interested in American Civil War miniature gaming? Come take a look at our line of scenario books designed for re-creating many of the major and minor battles of the Civil War, Terrain Ideas, and Virtual Battlefield Tours…
- MacPhee's Miniature Men Blog
Commission Painter with a lot of ACW content, blog “includes miniature reviews, painting tips, photos of works in progress, photos of finished units, and pictures of games…”
- Mike’s Civil War Links
Mike’s Civil War Links
- Miniature Addiction!
Roundie, from the Auckland Wargaming Club, has his own website & blog of his prolific modelling & painting, terrain boards, SDS campaign, and more.
- Nafziger Collection
The Nafziger Collection contains orders of battle from 1600 to 1945 with over 7000 individual pdf files.
- Painting Little Soldiers
Paul (Jacko) Jackson’s One man crusade to paint as much lead as possible!
- Project Black Powder
Lee Heath’s Black Powder ACW Blog.
- Rebel Barracks
Rodger Wood’s blog, in Christchurch New Zealand, one of the Southern Strategists (see seperate link for the latter group’s blog).
- Southern Strategists
The Southern Strategist Wargaming Group is based in my old home town of Christchurch, New Zealand, and includes a couple of my old gaming buddies from that time…
- TOCWOC – A Civil War Blog
Nominated for “Best History or Historical Blog” at BBAW (Book Blogger Appreciation Week) 2009 TOCWOC (The Order of Civil War Obsessively Compulsed) is a group Civil War blog on every aspect of the Civil War, whether it be Social, Political, Military, or o
- US Civil War Centre
US Civil War Centre
- US Corps of Topographical Engineers
US Corps of Topographical Engineers
- Virginia Battlefields
- Volley & Bayonet Page
Frank Chadwick’s Wargaming Rules for large scale 18th & 19th Century Battles incl. SYW, Napoleonics, the Colonial Era, ACW, and Franco-Pussian and similar conflicts.
- Whitewash City
PDF paper building models based on the real historic west by Eric Hotz (www.hotzartworks.com).
- Witchtown Tales
An old west miniatures project.