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Tim's Toys: Historical Wargaming
St. John's, Newfoundland & Labrador, Canada
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Last Update 14 June 2014
World War II
Ironclad Era


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Events                Musings

Diplomacy Campaign



Non-Historical
US Civil War

Other Periods
Terrain, Models
Early Years

Images, Narrative Reserved, Tim's Toys 1998-2014









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How To Navigate This Site

Tim's Toys is organized into eleven sections shown in the text links below and the titles and pictures above. Within every section, there are links to visit reports and/or articles.

World War IIIronclad EraUS Civil WarOther PeriodsTerrain, ModelsEarly YearsNon-HistoricalDiplomacy CampaignEvents & ShowsMusingsLinks


Lost? Or Just Want to Find Your Way Back?

Fall in and just follow the column home!

On most pages on the site, you can scroll up or down until you find one of the icons shown below.  If you click the column marching through the dust ("Back to Main Page") or the column of ships ("Return to Port"):

  • You will return either to this main page or one of the eleven main sections.

  • On a main section page, just find another icon to return to this page (i.e. "follow the columns home!").

  • On many pages, you may see simple links such as "Return to WWII Games", for example, (often at the top of a page) that serves the same purpose as one of the icons.

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About This Site  (Top)

We are an informal group of friends who wargame the periods shown here. If you are curious, please read the article, What is Miniature Wargaming? You can then view pictures and reports of games played, related subjects and links by navigating the graphic site map above. For more details on how to get around Tim's Toys, see Search & Navigation, above.

All images and narrative on this site are Reserved, Tim's Toys.

With a lot of help from RonK and DaveJ, this site first went on line in February 1998 with a report on WWII Normandy US/German Game (see the WWII section), followed by the WWII games of "The Ottawa Period", and later our first US Civil War game and the Battle of Bridgeport (US Civil War section). 

Tim's Toys is hosted by Memorial University of Newfoundland faculty & staff personal web site server.


Contact

If you would like to know more, or even give it a try, contact Tim (note, this email is munged. Please remove SCUMSPAMMER). We'd also love to hear from any local or visiting players in or near the St. John's area. 

About Tim

The guy behind Tim's Toys.


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