Today I have a short video showing off a couple of reproduction D-Day maps published by Godfrey Edition. These have all the D-Day Bigot planning annotations on the maps and will keep me engrossed in the detail for days to come.
I plan on using these to enhance my setting up of terrain and possibly for a campaign series of linked games sometime in the future.
This is a brilliant discovery, thanks for sharingReplyDelete
I can't believe I hadn't discovered them years ago. As I said in the Video, I have quite a few old maps from this company for locations in England but never thought to see if they did any for D-Day.Delete
Thinking about it, if anyone wants to do an 'Operation Sealion' what-if campaign, then there are plenty of maps suitable for that in the Godfrey Edition catalogue.
They were a limited edition release, numbered and signed on the backs, taken from his fathers originals of Omaha.ReplyDelete
A cool discovery Lee!ReplyDelete
Already been useful in setting up a game I did recently so their earning their way!Delete