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Wargaming in History: Goths, Huns and Romans
Wargaming in History: Goths, Huns and Romans
by Argus Books (1990)
Player Count
  • Wargame
  • Miniatures
  • Ancient
  • Book
  • Designers
  • Simon MacDowall
  • Mechanisms
  • Dice Rolling
  • Artists
  • R. Marrion
  • Family
  • History: Barbarian migrations and invasions
  • History: Roman Empire
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    The hundred years from AD 350 to AD 450 was perhaps the most tumultuous period in recorded history. It was a time that saw the crossing of the frozen Rhine by various German tribes; the sack of Rome by the Goths and Vandals; the great invasion of the Huns; the emergence of powerful feuding landlords and endemic peasant revolts; and the grasping of power by the German warrior aristocrats.

    Wargaming in History: Goths, Huns and Romans fully describes the historical background and gives detailed instructions on war-games armies, paper and pencil games and rules for miniature games.

    The numerous maps and drawings perfectly complement the text. Relive the epic battles and turmoil of the Barbarian Invasions and recreate on your war-games table the struggles which led to the end of the Classical World.

    —description from the publisher

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