LEARN HOW TO PLAY THE GAME IN PERSON - LOCAL AND VIRTUAL TOURNAMENTS ARE AVAILABLE + EARN $500???
I have been asked to explain the tournaments in the newsletter, so this is how I like to answer questions - public and so everyone can learn from you explanation. If you have a request to ask, or a question, please don’t hesitate to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. This is how we know we are writing newsletters that are relevant to your needs, wants, and desires so please don’t hesitate. In this ongoing investigation into Historical Conquest, trying to give you the
588th Night Bomber Regiment (Night Witches)
“The Night Witches” was the nickname the Germans gave the female aviators of the Soviet Union’s 588th Night Bomber Regiment during World War Two. In October 1941 Soviet Premier Joseph Stalin ordered that three woman’s air force units were to be formed, including the 588th. The regiment, formed by Major Marina Raskova and led by Major Yevdokiya Bershanskaya, was made up primarily of female volunteers in their late teens and early twenties. The regiment flew harassment bombi
HOW TO MAKE HISTORY FUN, INTERESTING, ENGAGING FOR HIGHER RETENTION AND UNDERSTANDING – HIGH SCHOOL
Now that was a long title, but hopefully it covers the essence of the problems of how history is taught. What does it mean to make History fun? Is it all fun and games or is it engagement and interest? What is your goal while reading this article? By the end of the article we will answer one question, how do we make History more understandable and help your student gain higher retention. A well-renown social studies speaker, Sam Wineburg was quoted to say: "I don’t think that
Operation Paperclip - Converting German Scientists?
On June 20th, in the year of 1945 the United States government set into motion a program called Operation Overcast. This program was later renamed “Operation Paperclip.” It was a top-secret initiative with a goal of capturing as many Nazi scientist as possible in order to develop new rocket technology. According to Annie Jacobsen, Paperclip was meant to bring “scientists who helped the Third Reich wage war” to the US in order for them to work for the US government in developi
EVERYONE LIKES A GOOD VIDEO – ESPECIALLY IF THEY LEARN SOMETHING FROM IT
As you may have heard, Historical Conquest provides a rule sheet in every Starter deck it sells and online, but I don’t like reading rules. I would rather watch someone play or learn to play directly from someone. To make this available to all, we created a YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwMESbGwG5OqQrjoq6pCSpQ This YouTube channel was designed to help newbies learn to play and help the strong players play better. At the same time, we want to make History m
HOW TO MAKE THE MOST OUT OF YOUR INVESTMENT INTO HISTORICAL CONQUEST
INTRODUCTION With buying any new game, it is difficult to get started and understand the strategy and game play. After you learn the rules it becomes fun for a time but when you only have family to play with sometimes it’s not as enjoyable as it could be. Historical Conquest wants every student to reach their full potential, learn History inside and out, and be able to play this amazing strategy game with others. The more you play, the more you learn. The more activities you