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Author Topic: VBCW in Pembrokeshire: Beating the Bishop - The Battle of Three Cocks  (Read 417 times)

Offline Jemima Fawr

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My blog is back in the 'alternate reality' of 1938 this week, as the Bishop of St David's army tries to take a Bridge on the River Wye...

http://www.jemimafawr.co.uk/2018/05/09/a-very-british-civil-war-1938-beating-the-bishop-the-battle-of-three-cocks/










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Offline Doug em4

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Oh gosh - that brings back some memories and marked my introduction to VBCW - Mark, you have a lot to answer for😊

It’s great to dive into your splendid VBCW again and enjoy your excellent back story. I could carry on the drama by linking to my own account of the battle your lads never reached, The Bridge Over the River Wye but I don’t want to hijack your thread.

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Hi Doug, that's a good point!  I'll amend it to include the link to your report of the same game. :)

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Actually, Mark, my 3 Cocks is not much more than a link to yours. It was my report of the succeeding game “Bridge Over....” etc that I thought would be interesting because it carries on the narrative.

Doug