Wellingborough, rep., 1985. 192 pp., cold., photo-plates, maps, plans & ills. D.j., 22 x 16cm. V.G.+ Packed with information on every aspect of Napoleonic warfare, this definitive and highly-popular book shows the war-gamer how to make his miniature battles look even more realistic through a proper understanding of strategy, lines of communication, logistics and other essentials, down to the price of a musket ball. The book outlines the basic principles of war-gaming, gives a concise account of Napoleon’s actual campaigns, a detailed picture of the main armies of the period, brief notes on many of the major commanders, and a chapter on setting up an actual campaign with playing suggestions. From weapons to prisoners of war, almost no aspect is neglected.