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Friday, August 29, 2014

Boltaction.net Weekend Review



Did you miss a daily article this week? If so make sure you go back and check them out.

Monday:
Review: Blitzkrieg Miniatures M3 Stuart
Cbax took a look at this beautiful Tank from Blitzkrieg Miniatures.



Tuesday:
Optimizing Big Tank Part 2
The second part of Anfernee's thoughts on making the big tanks hum.



Wednesday:
Radio Networks in Tank War 
Judson gave us a run down of the new rules for radio networks in TANK WAR!




Thursday:
Anferene kicks off his Tanko Thursday series of articles looking at some of the lesser know tank aces of war.


Friday:
BAR Episode 27 The crew get their panzer on in this very tanky episode of Bolt Action Radio.



This Week in World War Two History:

The Liberation of Paris

On August 25, 1944, the German garrison stationed in Paris surrendered to the Free French and American 3rd Army, under Gen. Patton.  Paris, which had been occupied since June 30, 1940 was no longer under Nazi control.  While large portions of the rest of france remained in German control, the Liberation of Paris was a monumental occassion that was preceeded by union strikes and an upraising by the Frnach Resistance.  Between August 19th and Augst 24th the Free French of the Interior (FFI) rose up and began fighting with the German garrison.  As many as 1,000 resistnace fighters where killed and another 1,500 wounded before the German surrender on the 25th.   Thousands of PArisians poured into the street as they welcomes the 2nd Frnech Armored Division into the Capital.


Make sure you join us next week for more exciting articles and Bolt Action news.





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