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 Post subject: John Tiller released new Napoleonic game
PostPosted: Fri Oct 31, 2014 11:08 am 
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hey..........what about us...........are we chopped liver.

can you say "Stonewall in the Valley"

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 Post subject: Re: John Tiller released new Napoleonic game
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 Post subject: Re: John Tiller released new Napoleonic game
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Nice to see, but I had hoped for the Rest of 1806 and up to Friedland in 1807, I really would like to see that hole plugged.

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 Post subject: Re: John Tiller released new Napoleonic game
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C. Hecht wrote:
Nice to see, but I had hoped for the Rest of 1806 and up to Friedland in 1807, I really would like to see that hole plugged.


that would be great too...........fingers crossed..........maybe they will release something for the Holidays.

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