This week is turning out to be a week of deliveries. First the arrival of some gifted WW2 and SYW Spencer Smiths on Monday, then today a couple of second-hand books turned up which I had spotted a couple of week ago and had ordered.
Once upon a time I used to own a copy of "Military Modelling: A guide to Solo Wargaming", but somewhere with various moves it got lost. Quickly flicking through the chapters I had forgotten there was one on siege wargaming and how it was suited to solo gaming. This could prove very useful in some up coming siege games with house rules I am planning.
The "Wargaming World War Two" was an impulse buy, partly as it was hardback at a reasonable price. At first glance it provides summary background and data on equipment and organisation of armies.