Not Quite Mechanised : Fastplay Operational rules for WWII
Men in Hats
Men In Hats
Many wargamers are prone to collecting fetching military hats and
striking poses in them, so in honour of the late Doctor Paddy Griffith
submit your pictures here please, where they will be immortalised.
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Pasha von Gow taking his ease in a Hotel in TRIPOLI whilst advising the Italian colonial divisions in North Afrika
Don Maddox of Brazos Evil Empire sports an appropriately black US Cavalry hat. What was the name of that Indian again?
General Wallmanski seen relaxing with his disappointingly hatless
headquarters staff and faithful command tank driver Alex Kleanthous,
after the battle of KHARKOV. Inexplicably, he has not yet had a visit
from the NKVD.
“He says he wants another Panzerarmee”. Martin Rapier roleplays “”Springtime for Hitler in Germany”
This picture copyright Tom Mouat is from the June 2012 Megablitz game
at RMCS Shrivenham. General Rapier is now part of the NQM Wehrmacht
Hero of the Soviet Union General Simmonovski directs fierce fighting in front of MOSCOW
Thanks go to Martyn Simpson for the excellent addition to the Soviet
General Staff above (I’ve known Martyn since our respective schooldays
Comrade Marshall Bankanista, upon being told that Moscow has not yet fallen to 1st Shock Army.
Thanks to Derek Henderson for sending in some splendid examples of
Hattism, which I shall hold should I ever need to blackmail him, and
especially the one above!
Chris Agar (L) and a very secretive Will Whyler (R). This is why Phil Steele normally just photographs the toys :O)
Bob Cordery (L) and Tony Hawkins (R) standing at ease
Major Tom “Kilgore” Mouat – I love the smell of burning Lego in the morning
Chris Kemp hamming it up as the Italian Naval Umpire during “Operation Herkules” at Duxford 2010