Now as I've said previously I was involved in that I built Paris.... well 36 square feet of it for that game. Ian Weekly built the actual palace and 2 other chaps whose names escaped me until I re-read the article also supplies building and scenery for the game namely Duke Siefried who constructed the gardens and Herb Gundt who provided the posher bits of upper crust Paris that I didn't do . No my job was the festering slums of the Sans Cullottes and it was a far far better thing than I ever did - up to that point anyhow.
But rather tha go on here is the picture that started this current trian of thought and following is the article from Historical Gamer
|The photo which appeared in the current Wargames Illustrated- no 360. The picture is at least 26 years old.
Wouldn't have missed it.