Road to Crecy 1346 – The First Somme – Intro

Dec 22nd, 2008 | By | Category: AD 1346 Crecy

The primary build up to the battle of Crecy began over 100 years before the battle, in the early 13th century, when Philippe Auguste threw King John of England out of Normandy. Some would say that it dates back to the times of William the Conqueror and subsequent disputes over the crowns of France and England. The French siege of Aguillon, an English town in France, was the trigger for this campaign.



Battle of Agincourt – Round 2

Nov 1st, 2008 | By | Category: AD 1415 Agincourt

According to an article today, in the UK Newspaper The Independent, the Battle of Agincourt is on again! Seven years shy of its 6th Centennial (25th October 2015), a verbal battle appears to have erupted over whether Henry V was a “war criminal” or not.  This particular allegation relates to the slaughter of prisoners in […]



Domino Dawn – Japan Invades Thailand 1941

Oct 22nd, 2007 | By | Category: Southeast Asia

The Battle of Prachuap Khirikan Airfield was a key engagement of the South-East Asian Theatre of World War II. It was fought from December 8th to 9th 1941, at the airfield of Prachuap Khirikan in Thailand, on the coast of the Gulf of Thailand along the Isthmus of Kra. It saw the loss of Thailand, and the opening of the Malay Peninsula to the Japanese, who intended using Thailand as a base to strike at British possessions in Burma and Malaya, having attacked Thailand without warning.



Military Historian Seeking Work

Sep 12th, 2002 | By | Category: Intelligence Reports

With 20 years experience of writing feature stories, battle analyses, and campaign contexts for the wargames and military history press, Garry is still a devil for punishment and seeking yet more assignments. If you’re an editor who needs pages filled, contact this prolific and verbose writer. Published in Miniature Wargames since the 1980’s, and author […]