This arrived in my inbox this morning and it made for some very pleasant reading over my coffee and porridge. I think it's bi monthly, but it's well worth a look either way.
This issue is relatively representative and includes.
The Villa Corsini and the siege of Rome
- fascinating description of a proposed participation game at Salute. The siege of Rome has always intrigued me. Having walked the ground, I am still astonished that the Romans managed to pull off a cavalry charge up stairs!
The Belgian Army in the Franco-Prussian War
- not really my period, but interesting.
A Revolutionary Hero of 1848/49
- contemporary obituary of General Schurz, veteran of the 1848/49 unpleasantness and the American Civil War.
The Winter Campaign
- piece about the Russo Turkish war of 1877.
Kissinger, the difficulties of terrain
- plea for help in representing the above in a wargame.
War Correspondents of 1895
- contemporary piece on journalists.
A French Marine Infantryman of 1870
- article on making a 1/6 scale model soldier.
At £6 for a digital subscription and £7 for a paper UK sub, I think the Correspondent helmed by the redoubtable Ralph Weaver is probably on of the best deals going. For further information, contact the Continental Wars Society.