Historical group hosts tabletop war games
The Bethlehem Historical Association will host a World War I tabletop battle as part of their summer exhibition about Bethlehem’s participation in the war a century ago.
Players of any age should come to the Cedar Hill School, 1003 River Road, Selkirk, on Route 144 on Sunday, July 23, at 2 p.m., to command a battleship of the U.S. Navy, or one from the Imperial German High Seas Fleet. The ships are tiny, the rules easily learned, and give a good idea of what battle was like amidst the mists and smoke of the North Sea.
To reserve a spot, call Robert Mulligan at 439-3802. Visit http://www.BethlehemHistorical.org/.
On Sunday, Aug. 24, 2 to 4 p.m., another tabletop wargame will be played, This time, players will take to the skies over the Adriatic Sea as pursuit planes and bombers of Italy’s Regia Aeronautica battling with fliers of the Imperial and Royal Austro-Hungarian Luftfahrtruppen. Learn a few facts about the Italy and Austria flying aces.
Gloria MazurePost Author
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