Utilizing Convict Labour to Reduce Wargame Production Costs: A Historical Study

Based on extensive historical research*, I'm pleased to announce the (re)discovery of a method of wargame production that would dramatically reduce costs....

*OK, not so much.

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Comment by Stephen G on October 26, 2012 at 5:12am

There's still an extensive  convict settlement at Port Arthur in Tasmania...wouldn't take much to crank it up again.

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