One King!

A Wargamer's Companion to Argyll's & Monmouth's Rebellion of 1685

Stephen M. Carter

This book details the armies, units, and battlefields of the Monmouth Rebellion, in both Scotland and England, giving the enthusiast everything needed to re-fight the battles of 1685. The detailed maps and fast play campaign rules will add extra excitement to each encounter, creating an essential companion to 1685.
Date Published :
October 2022
Publisher :
Helion and Company
Series :
Helion Wargames
Illustration :
42 color photos 49 b/w Illustrations 9 color illustrations, 45 maps, 25 tables
Format Available    QuantityPrice
Binding. : Paperback
ISBN : 9781915070258
Pages : 222
Dimensions : 9.75 X 7 inches
Stock Status : In stock


One King! is the perfect companion to the Monmouth Rebellion of 1685 covering every encounter and unit in England, and for the first time in Scotland. Its sits alongside the book Fighting for Liberty as the ideal companion and provides the information needed to bring the Monmouth Rebellion to life on the tabletop.

One King! includes fast play campaign rules that uses the strategies, maps, deployments, and military objectives allowing the enthusiast or wargamer to follow in the footsteps of the commanders - even change the course of history over a coffee.

The battlefield plans give all the information needed to fight out all the encounters as accurately as possible. While the orders of battle and unit sheets will guide the tabletop wargamer in the recreation of their miniature armies or navies!

One King! has everything for the wargamer or military enthusiast, even the chance to change the course of history and crown the one true King James II & VII.

About The Author

Stephen Carter was born near the Sandhurst Military College in England and has studied military history since an early age. After thirty-five years in the Sealed Knot, he rose from a musketeer to become commander a regiment. In 2005, the author organised a series of events that recreated the Monmouth Rebellion, with the Battles fought on the original sites, and on the historic dates. Since then he has written about Monmouth, and regularly commentates at period re-enactment event. He has been researching the Life and Times of Monmouth, and regularly publishes his finding on Twitter as @Warwalks. Stephen juggles writing and research, with working in London and living in Normandy, France.

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