One of the early movers and shakers of wargaming - his books are probably responsible for more people being involved in wargames from the 1970 s in particularMessage 1 of 4 , Jan 4, 2003View SourceOne of the early movers and shakers of wargaming - his books are probably
responsible for more people being involved in wargames from the 1970's in
particular than any other reason.
A prolific writer - although many of is books are a little dated now - and
rule writer. He also edited and produced the Wargamers Newsletter - arguably
the ugliest but best wargames magazine produced ever.
heck, even easier, try:
Cheers, Thomo the Lost
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: Steve Williams <speedracer550@...>
> Sent: Saturday, 04 January, 2003 11:00 AM
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> Subject: [SoloWarGame] Donald Featherstone
> Ok, veteran gamers...educate me.
> Who is Donald Featherstone, what games did he develop/design, and
> what was his impact on our hobby?
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