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These Maps Show How the Battle Unfolds

Since many history books have insufficient maps, readers often supplement them by purchasing separate atlases. Visualizing the terrain features and the placement of units can be very important to understanding the […]

By |June 12th, 2013|Behind the Books, Behind the History|Comments Off on These Maps Show How the Battle Unfolds

Why Grant Was the Right Hero for Our First Book

People have asked why we started our map book series with Grant Rising, a profile of Ulysses S. Grant. After all, Robert E. Lee was a much more dynamic figure. […]

By |April 23rd, 2013|Behind the Books, Behind the History|Comments Off on Why Grant Was the Right Hero for Our First Book

1A Games at GAMA 2013 – Report from Day 3

“Our first trade show was a tremendous success,” said Bill Jaffe, Product Manager for 1A Games. “Feedback from game store owners and managers was very positive. Everyone who stopped at our booth was happy that 1A plans to support and grow […]

By |March 21st, 2013|Behind the Games, On Location|Comments Off on 1A Games at GAMA 2013 – Report from Day 3

1A Games at GAMA 2013 – Report from Day 2

Crowds of owners and managers of retail stores swarmed the exhibit hall today at the Game Manufacturers Association (GAMA) 2013 Trade Show (GTS) at the Bally’s Casino in Las Vegas. They came to meet with the companies that make the games […]

By |March 20th, 2013|Behind the Games, On Location|Comments Off on 1A Games at GAMA 2013 – Report from Day 2

1A Games at GAMA 2013 – Report from Day 1

Christian Petersen, president and CEO of Fantasy Flight Games, introduced 1A Games to a standing-room-only crowd of retail stores, distributors, and game industry people at FFG’s Keynote address today. It was the first in a series of presentations by FFG at […]
By |March 19th, 2013|Behind the Games, On Location|Comments Off on 1A Games at GAMA 2013 – Report from Day 1

The First Map Book I Fell In Love With

I love maps. To me, these are works of art, and they also impart such interesting information. Looking at maps also tells you a lot about the people who made them, and how those people perceive their world. That is how […]

By |March 14th, 2013|Behind the Books|Comments Off on The First Map Book I Fell In Love With