|The state of play at the end of campaign turn two|
Well it’s been far too long since the last Sudan post. I'm sure that most wargamers know that at times other periods and gaming companions call for your attention and that has been my hobby life over the past few years.
As most of the globe goes into varying levels of self-isolation and lock down, I thought it to be apt to resurrect some posts of wargames of the past and the fun of a campaign played by like minded individuals. As I have mentioned in the past, this campaign umpired by myself and played magnificently by NWS members of the time Svend and Gil and current day members Dave and Geoff, was one of my great wargaming joys. So much fun and the spirit of the correspondence, orders, campaign messages etc. continue to be a credit those fine four chaps.
|With this level of input from the players it wasn't hard to lift my own game as well|
|Reports back to Whitehall|
|Responses did take time via the old boats when telegraphs were cut by those wily|
and intrepid Mahdist warriors
|The rest of Gladstone’s note plus General Davis ordering the column to remain at|
|General Graham’s despatches to his staff|
|Page two of the earlier missive|
|The man on the spot sends in his story to The Standard.|
|The newspapers must be fed...victories fill columns back home!|