Last year I was invited to participate in the latest Supercampaign "Doomed but Defiant" set in the the siege of Port Arthur during the Russo-Japanese War of 1905-06. As the Colonel his merry men are in UK, I as the overall Japanese Commander submitted my orders weekly, and subordinates would execute them as they interpreted them, and I was subsequently advised of the outcomes. As you can imagine, this generated all sorts of realistic friction as orders were misinterpreted and subordinates took 'unauthorised initiative'.
|The culminating engagement of the campaign, as depicted in the very cool narrative book|
Thanks indeed for including me in the campaign Colonel - it was a great experience. Thanks indeed for the great momentos too: they will have place of honour in the Man Cave!
You can read about our RJW Supercampaign at the Colonel's Blog here: