Tag Archives: WWIII
Here, I’m not talking about books dealing with unconventional warfare. I’m talking about military fiction books that have unconventional premises from the usual popular technothriller topics. And in my long history of reading and reviewing such books, I’ve found more than a few. Some of the most out-there include: Dark Rose by Mike Lunnon-Wood. A […]
Northern Fury: H-Hour, a book based on the Command scenario set, has now been released. The book describes the leadup to and beginning of a Third World War in the 1990s between NATO and a surviving USSR.
Having started the Fuldapocalypse Review Blog and being a natural reader, I’ve consumed a lot of books this year. Many have been technothrillers published in the period following the USSR’s fall and Gulf War. With the strongest foe lost, there was a big flailing around for opponents. Besides the traditional and still most credible Russians […]
So, I’ve started a new personal review blog, called “Fuldapocalypse Fiction“. The aim of it is to review World War III and other “big-perspective” military stories in a more structured and less off-the-cuff way than I’ve done previously. I’m excited about it. My first review there is of an early 1980s tank novel, Bob Forrest-Webb’s […]
So I’ve been doing a lot of reading and figured I’d recommend a few of my favorite military ebooks. While I can be a relentlessly critical person (that on my personal blog, the posts tagged “Bad Fiction” vastly outnumber those marked “Good Fiction” speaks for itself), even I have some works I’ve liked enough to […]
The CentFront of West Germany has long been recognized as the pivotal theater of the World War III that never was. However, it’s surprisingly underused in Command. The “_____ Fury” scenarios by Gunner98 focus elsewhere, and while there are some good scens focusing there, most of the WWIII missions in the community pack take place […]
The F-19 is one of the most unusual hypothetical platforms in Command. Other such units are based off clear design specifications, while the F-19 is based off a mix of a misconception, a model, and a fiction book. The F-19 designation has been controversial from the start, as it was skipped over, from the F/A-18, […]