Sunday 4 June 2017

The Brit the Yank and the Hobby Episode 23: Cold War Gone Hot with Simon Elliott

In Episode 23 Simon joins us again, to talk to us about some Cold War gone hot scenario ideas, real world history and equipment, and general gaming ideas for the period

You can listen at the following places

Don't forget to join us at the groups facebook page too, to join in the discussion and share your hobby projects! 


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