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Wargaming in Egypt and the Sudan
Wargaming in Egypt and the Sudan
by Partizan Press (2008)
Player Count
  • Wargame
  • Expansion for Base-game
  • Miniatures
  • Book
  • Post-Napoleonic
  • Designers
  • Stuart Asquith
  • Mechanisms
  • Simulation
  • Scenario / Mission / Campaign Game
  • Family
  • History: Mahdist War
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    There's something about Victorian colonial exploits that stirs the blood.
    Grim faced, khaki clad infantry faced by overwhelming numbers of tribesmen who know no fear and take on troops armed with modern rifles, artillery and machine guns while they themselves have only hand held weapons.
    In the Sudan it is all there - the 'fuzzy-wuzzies' of Kipling, the Indian, Egyptian and Sudanese troop types, the renowned Highland infantry, the 21st Lancers, the Camel Corps, the Naval Brigade, the Gatling gun, gun boats, arid terrain, the River Nile - marvellous stuff!

    The aim of this book is to provide the reader and war gamer with some idea as to how the campaigns were fought and how they might be re-created on the table top.

    This scenario booklet covers three campaigns:
    • the Nile Campaign 1882,
    • the Gordon Relief Expedition 1884-1885 and
    • the Re-conquest of the Sudan 1895-1896

    –description from the publisher

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