Books of the Wargames you're playing this month (November 2006)
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What books inspired you to play/did you use to research the wargame you're currently playing?
At the moment, we're just finishing off a Stalingrad campaign, the sixth battle (at the Red Barricades Factory) we'll be playing next week sometime.
Stalingrad by Anthony Beevor
Stalingrad: Infernal Cauldron by Stephen Walsh, belies its coffee-table appearance to put in a great operational and tactical analysis of the battle and its strategic context
Last week I read Richard Barbuto's wonderful Niagara 1814 book, which has prompted me to pull out my piles of unpainted 1812 lead and begin working on it. This was really a case of a great book inspiring the resurrection of a project.