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The Chinese Army 1937-49: World War II and Civil W&hellip by Philip S. Jowett
I've been fascinated by the Chinese role in the Second Sino-Japanese war/ WWII for a long time and intend to wargame a German-trained Chinese force to bring a forgotten conflict to life on the tabletop through the ruleset for Bolt Action.

The book provides a good overview of the Chinese forces through a timeline and sections covering war aganst Japan and then the later half of the civil war against the communists. The colour plates convey the diverseity of equipment and uniforms.

One thing I do note is the lack of coverage for Soviet equipment that the KMT recieved in spite of their idealogical differences since Stalin was keen to keep the Japanese busy whilst he… Read more
Shanghai 1937: Stalingrad on the Yangtze by Peter Harmsen
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The Second Sino-Japanese War is almost unknown to the English speaking world but Peter Harmsen's excellent book covers the subject brilliantly. The battle for Shanghai, one of the first major urban conflicts in the 20th century and a precursor to what would come to be on the Eastern Front.

It walks you through the battles and events using accounts from all involved parties to paint a vivid picture of the war for civillians and soldiers alike, complimented with several pages of photographs thanks to the heavy presence of war correspondents from many countries, providing great, clear images of the unique German-trained infantry divisons of the Chinese army and the Japanese… Read more
Logitech M570 Wireless Trackball - Graphite [UK Mo&hellip by Logitech
I've been a long time trackball user and needed a new one so I got this one. It's familiar like the old wired trackman but features an excellent wireless system with great range and a very long battery life. Still not had to change them.