A few years ago I visited the Imperial War Museum in London. In the main atrium are a range of aircraft and missiles. This is the view from the back of the hall, I posted photos back in July of the view from the front. Standing tall on the right if a V2 missile. The V2 was the world’s first long range guided ballistic missile. he missile, powered by a liquid-propellant rocket engine, was developed during the Second World War in Germany as a “vengeance weapon”, assigned to attack Allied cities as retaliation for the Allied bombings against German cities. There is also a Spitfire. The Supermarine Spitfire is a British single-seat fighter aircraft used by the Royal Air Force and other Allied countries before, during, and after World War II. There is also a BAE Harrier GR.9 in the background. The post Imperial War Museum London appeared first on Felix's Gaming Pages.
On a rather delightfully warm Saturday morning, I found myself once again trekking to the hallowed tabletop show that is Salute. Once again the tabletop masses descended unto the London Excel for Salute 2019. Grab [...] The post Salute 2019 – Another Year, Another Wonderful Show appeared first on Tabletop Games UK.
The Calendar gods have finally smiled upon me and my board schedule has aligned with the Salute show. That means that I'll be attending Salute this year for the first time.I'm set to fly out to London tonight for a few board meetings, all which will be a bit more stressful given all the silliness associated with the nightmare we know as "Brexit". As I've said before, I cherish our most important of allies, the UK, but would have hoped you would have chosen to give us a proper role model for political management rather than join us up on the top spot of the podium for political stupidity. Still, it's good to have some company up there.Honestly, when one decides to cross the Rubicon, one knows they're marching on Rome and one doesn't just sit down on the opposite bank debating what to do while having a picnic.Of course, I'm not just going for fun. I'll be an O-F-F-I-C-I-A-L member of the wargaming press as I'll be covering the show for LittleWarsTV. That's right I'm the Jimmy Olson
Whether you're keen to run a session as dungeon master or to perhaps to play some miniature skirmish battles, then look to the Bad Moon. [...] The post The Bad Moon Cafe – A Hobby Haven in Central London appeared first on Tabletop Games UK.