Rob and Jason take the listener into a concise discussion of the Battlegroup ruleset and Campaign books.
Each episode is 20-30 min and gives a great look at different parts of the Battlegroup Ruleset and Campaign books.
Rob invites on to the podcast Tim Kent the author of "Die Like Men" a historical fiction book on the Nashville Campaign in 1864. Includes the battles of Spring Hill, Franklin and the final battle at Nashville.
Incredible look at the details and decisions of officers in the American Civil War.
Technical details for book:
Published: BlueWater Publishing
Rob invited on to the podcast Historical Author Leo Barron and we discuss the American War of Independance, The American Civil War and his published works on World War 2.
To find out more about Leo's Works:
Rob invites on the 2 Authors of the Donnybrook Skrimish Ruleset set in the period of 1660-1760.
It's a great Chat and I learned alot about the period.
To find out more about the Rules and the Miniatures head over to their site:
Happy Holidays to everyone!
A quick update on podcast and what's in store for the future.
Plus a story by local history center.
Rob and Jason interview Bill B. from Historic Imaginations.
Great look at this series of American Civil War historical Wargaming supplements.
Rob is joined by Jeff Danby the author of:
The Day of the Panzer
The story of American Heroism and Sacrifice in Southern France.
find this published work anywhere you would find your books. The publisher is Casemate publishing.
Rob R and Rob W review the latest release from Battlegroup Market Garden.
Rob is joined by Kat (The PanzerMom) as they have a general chat about Historical Wargaming.
Find Kat on Twitter @thepanzermom
Rob is again joined by Craig for the final installment of Franklin.
The famous Spy Story of 2 confederate Spy's caught
and the unusual story of moving a clapboard home.
For more info:
Rob is joined by Craig as he points out 2 unique markers in Confederate Cemetery.
Rob is again joined by Craig as they walk the ground around the Cotton Gin and to the very spot Gen Cleburne is shot.
Part 1 and 2: Tour Guides at Lotz House and description of damage to home and forward federal line retreat.
Part 3: Standing near carter home with Craig and description of area.
Rob is joined by Craig M for the second installment of the Battle of Franklin, Tennessee 1864.
Part 1: A discussion of Forward Federal lines that were overtaken quickly.
Part 2: A open field that has been saved by private funding that is very close to the federal lines on the confederate right flank.
More info on battle:
Rob is joined by Craig M in the intro segment and then joined by tour guide in the Lotz home talking about the artist daughter that experienced the battle.
To see more about the battle head over to Craig's blog
Poll results for release of December 2017 episode. To find ways to vote head over to our Facebook group and join us.
Jason and Rob reflect back on tour of Antietam Battlefield and try to figure out the best way to Wargame Antietam.
Last installment of Antietam Battlefield Guide program. Big Thanks to Joe Stahl at Antietam.
Jason and Rob are joined by Joe Stahl as they travel over the Antietam Battlefield.
Rob W again corners 2 more guests to join him on podcast.
Incredible work as always from Rob!!
Rob R. chats about recent support from community, upcoming podcasts and local/Regional events that are on the History to War Games Podcast Radar.
Facebook Group: History to War Games Podcast
Rob W (our veteran Texas Correspondent) again grabs the keynote speaker for a quick interview and also Multiverse games at the convention.
Join Rob W (Texas Correspondent) as he interviews his Rommel Game and second half is James W.
Join Rob and Jason as they invite Thomas Stoesser (Owner of Stoessi's Heroes) to the podcast and they talk about all things Heroes and sculpting for WW2.