|Infantry of the 45th Volksgrenadier Division advance bravely towards a Russian held village,
covered by a smoke barrage.
|The 'Double Six Gamers' hard at work.
Dave (foreground) arrived by motorbike and is suffering from a bad case of helmet hair.
Personally, I believe this was the reason we missed out on the 'Best Demo Game' prize.
|You can have as many tanks as you like,
but breaking through veteran infantry in hard cover is a slow business.
|The Volksgrenadiers have taken the village.
As usual with the Germans, command units are in the forefront of the attack.
|Overview at a later stage of the game. Russian air support appears over the table.
|Agincourt in 15mm.
|28mm Napoleonic action.
Bedford Gladiators I believe, and a game related to the 200th anniversary of Borodino
|Detail of the above game. Ah, the old 'base too wide for the bridge' problem...
|Borodino in 6mm, by 'The Old Guard'.
Look at the extraordinary effort that went into the terrain.
|'Borodino, The Grand Redoubt'. 15mm game by Loughton Strike Force. Another outstanding effort.
|Detail of the above game.
|Belgium 1914, by the Whistable and Herne Bay Wargamers (20mm).
An example of a 'model railway standard' layout which created a magnificent spectacle.
|Another view of the 1914 game. The church and town hall were particularly impressive.
|Just one corner of the 28mm 'Very British Civil War' demo game. A table packed with interest .