The subscribers' print run of Line of Departure Issue 65 is in the car and ready to go into the mail tomorrow. This one is a theme issue, Second World War: First Contact, addressing the early stages of the war, and the preliminary conflicts, including the Spanish Civil War and the China Incident.

The magazine's contents are:

The Tiger Resists: A Review of Storm Over Taierzhuang
by Jim Werbaneth

…And the Bell Tolls for Thee: Spain's Agony Comes to the Computer, in HPS Simulations' Spanish Civil War
by Jim Werbaneth

An Army Not Ready for Victory: Rommel's Last Gamble in Tunisia, in GMT's Kasserine
by Jim Werbaneth

Back to the Solomons: A Review of The Solomons Campaign in World at War
by LTC Robert G. Smith

When Britain Ruled the Waves: Naval Surface Combat in the Age of Dreadnoughts in Jack Greene's The Royal Navy
by Jim Werbaneth

Most domestic subscribers can expect their copies by the end of the week, with foreign customers receiving theirs shortly thereafter.

Players can purchase the magazine by mailing in a downloadable order form, or via PayPal.

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Comment by Jim Werbaneth on November 23, 2009 at 7:31pm
Eric,
Thanks! The article on Spanish Civil War is one that I've been trying to get written and into the magazine for quite a while now, and Smitty did a characteristically great job with The Solomons Campaign I think.
Comment by Eric Walters on November 21, 2009 at 9:46pm
Got mine yesterday. My favorite articles were the ones on STORM OVER TAIERZHUANG, KASSERINE, and THE ROYAL NAVY. I'd not played the other games (yet), so maybe that's why I liked the articles I did (plus, you ain't such a bad writer, Jim!). Today my issue of World At War showed up with the latest Bomba remake of DESTRUCTION OF ARMY GROUP CENTER--hmmmmm...will just have to dive into that!
Comment by Jim Werbaneth on November 20, 2009 at 10:47am
Just about all of the domestic subscribers, with the possible exception of Alaska and Hawaii, should have their copies today. I'd like to hear your feedback.
Comment by Jim Werbaneth on November 17, 2009 at 6:23pm
It's not just ready to go now: It's out, as of this morning.

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