Thursday, 25 March 2010

Welcome to Interbellum!

I have created this blog so that anyone who has an interest in imagi-nations and imaginary wars set during the 1920s, 1930s and 1940s can exchange news and information.

The 'rules' for those wishing to join as a contributor or blog author are very simple ... just contact me by making a comment about this blog entry and I will add you to the list of people who can make blog entries.

Welcome to the interbellum era!

18 comments:

  1. Hi Bob,

    I am for this and as a contributor as well!

    Cheers,

    Ogre

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  2. Still early days for me, but as I fancy a post WW1 extension of WW1, if you understand me, and have an interest in the RCW, SCW and A Very British Civil War do I get blogging priviledges?

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  3. I bought the rule book for Contemptible Little Armies and the expansion 'Back of Beyond' - 1920's - 1930's wargaming covering the shenanigans in Asia (Russians, Tibetans, Chinese, Japanese, British, Indians etc.).

    Never got around to playing a game (d'oh) but fascinated by the era. So I'll be wathicng thos with interest.

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  4. Paint it Pink,

    Just send me the email address you want to use to me. I can be contacted at warden(delete)@dircon.co.uk (just copy and paste this into the address line of your email without the (delete) bit!).

    All the best,

    Bob

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  5. Ogrefencer,

    I have sent you an invite to what I think is your home email address. Just accept the invitation and you should be able to contribute.

    All the best,

    Bob

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  6. Tradgardmastare,

    Just send me the email address you want to use to me. I can be contacted at warden(delete)@dircon.co.uk (just copy and paste this into the address line of your email without the (delete) bit!).

    All the best,

    Bob

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  7. I've been toying with the idea of a 20's/30's campaign set on Jack Scruby's mythical continent of Mafrica. As such I'll be watching to see how other fictional campaigns of the time period play out.
    - Mike Taber

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  8. Mike Taber,

    Your idea sounds interesting. If you develop it, please feel free to let us know about it. In the meantime, read and enjoy!

    All the best,

    Bob

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  9. The rumble of Brorogovian arrogance is being heard once more in the belly of the Dojiy Valley.

    First shots in our 1930's East of Prague campaign have been fired.

    Email sent by courier goat!

    Cheers
    Mark

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  10. Hi Bob,
    Cracking idea- always had a hankering for balkan wars, Romania v Hungary v Poland, etc. Will have to find new names for them now, but they'll still be wearing strange helmets!
    Nick

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  11. Hi Bob,
    Cracking idea.
    Always fancied a balkan war-type setting- now I can get my Romanians and Poles out incognito, but still in strange helmets!

    Nick

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  12. Mark,

    Somehow I missed you latest news over the weekend.

    When will news of the conflict reach the outside world?

    I am agog and awaiting the update!

    All the best,

    Bob

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  13. Nick Asalto,

    Two comments! You must be keen!

    If you want to become a contributor, just send me an email and I will send you an invitation.

    All the best,

    Bob

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  14. Bob,
    I'd like to dive in as well...have an order out for some French who will be the basis of my first army...still figuring out the imaginary parts..but I'd love to join in.

    best
    Dave

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  15. Littlejohn,

    Assuming that the email address that I am contacting you on via your Blogger profile is correct, an invitation to join should be on its way to you.

    All the best,

    Bob

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  16. I know that I'm a year late (or longer), but is it still worth my asking about becoming a contributor here? Email is at Phaladia*delete*@yahoo.com if that is required. Love what you all are doing.

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