Further to my previous posts on Lionel Tarr, here are what appear to be some original photographs of his wargame set up in his loft, for his Russo-German Campaign of 1941, and his use of an over-the-table net for dogfighting aircraft. Interesting to note the militaria - caps, gas mask, medals - hanging on the wall.
Don Featherstone's captions are shown below each photo
Blimey! Where did that company spring from? Surprise attack by Russian Guards eat of Berislavl
Kolchos 505. The first snow.
Stalingrad reconstructed by solo-gamer Lionel Tarr for his Russo-German campaign 1941.
Air-wargaming - a dogfight between aircraft suspended in an over-the-table net.