Welcome to AGSH. A solo-wargames blog dedicated to my father and the world's most noble hobby; collecting toy soldiers. Period 1700 to 1918.

"Truly it can be said of him, without count are his soldiers & beyond measure his might." - Prince Edward in reference to Lord Butler & his invasion force departing London for Mars.

Thursday, April 25, 2013

Saying Goodbye to my 2nd Wargames Table

My war room is small and I only had space for a 4'x4' game table, so I set up this older table below in the garage.  Where it is taking up too much space.  We are in the hunt to buy a pop up camper so it will need to be parked in the garage when not in use.  So I am selling my table and all the terrain on it.  I've posted it on the local game clubs page and will ask to put up a flyer at the local game shop.

COMBAT WW2: 7th Panzer Div vs. The October Guard

Today the 1st Bn, 25th Reg, 7th Panzer Division engaged elements of the October Guards of the Soviet Army on the Eastern Front.  Our valiant troops brought victory and honor to the fatherland.  This was a short 15 minute battle of 60 points per side.  My son James, below, had the Soviets.  We both advanced and quickly engaged, his bigger tanks immobilized my half-track but my Pz 1 tanks ate up his infantry and sealed the game for the 7th Panzer Division!

Austonov Jamesiki Butlernov, Commander of the October Guards, Red Army

Jeffan von Butlerkof, Commander of the 1st Bn, 25th Reg, 7th Panzers.

The October Guard.

Forward Elements of the 1st Bn.

Rear Elements of the 1st Bn.

1st Bn advancing.

Guards advancing.

The fighting gets thick.