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Time for a new series! I've already started into several games, movies, and books about the Battle of Britain, and this intro podcast will catch you up with my plans. It's an audio version of the discussion thread and geeklist detailing the explorations I'm doing with this topic.
Also, up front I wanted to point out that I'll be heading to GMT's warehouse weekend event in a few days. If you'll also be there and listen to my podcast, look me up! At least say hi and get yourself a podcast listener button. I'll have them onhand for both of my podcasts. As of this writing, I think I've got games lined up for Wild Blue Yonder, Liberty or Death, War in the Wind, and Fading Glory. I'd love to try Hitler's Reich, and may have already told my friends I'd give Talon a try. Between those plans, and some inevitable fillers, I bet I'm already over-subscribed for the weekend! I'm really looking forward to it.
• With Wings Like Eagles, by Michael Korda
• The Few, by Alex Kershaw
• Kesselring: The Making of the Luftwaffe, by Kenneth John Macksey
• The Luftwaffe: Creating the Operational Air War, 1918-1940, by James S. Corum
• Battle of Britain
• First of the Few
• Mrs. Miniver
• The One That Got Away
• Angels One Five
• Piece of Cake
• GMT Weekend at the Warehouse (April 21-24, 2016)
• Wargame forum Book Club: The Battle of Britain: An Epic Conflict Revisited
Remember to follow along & chime in on my discussion thread (and geeklist) for all of my Battle of Britain thoughts & explorations. If you're a wargamer on social media, follow me on Twitter (@WargamesToGo). Feedback is always welcome.
P.S. I realized later that I said Big Flight when I should've been talking about Leigh-Mallory's Big Wing.