Welcome to the
website Balkan Military History.
Balkan Military History is devoted to the study of the military history of the Balkans.
It is aimed primarily at wargamers and others with an interest in the region and its fascinating history.
BMH has been online since 1997 and this is our 16th year of continuous operation.
We hope you enjoy our site and any comments, views or contributions would be very welcome to:
You can also view my blog Balkan Wargamer for regular news and items of interest.
Latest books, journal articles and
Articles on Balkan military history
What's New -
Dacian Wars. Warlord Games new supplement
for Hail Caesar rules came out just in time for these new armies in the
Armies of the Balkans section. Their range of plastic figures for this
conflict are pretty cost effective as well.
highlighted the excellent Peterwardein Fortress in the
travel section and the
battle there in August 1716.
Glasgow & District Wargaming Society did a
display game of
the battle in 2006. The local Novi Sad radio station O21 has just run a
feature on our involvement. Hat tip to Nenad Šeguljev.
Warfare in the Balkans
Guide to museums and other sites of
The Knight's Move.
A feature on
Rösselsprung the combined airborne and ground
assault by the Germans on Tito’s headquarters at the Bosnian town of
Drvar in May 1944.
Supported by book
reviews of David Greentree's excellent Osprey
Raid series on the operation and David Shepherd's, 'Terror in the
Balkans', a study of German anti-partisan warfare.
Armies of the Balkans
Armies that fought in
Scenarios and related items for wargamers
Also relevant to the WW2 theme is Gebirgsjager in the
Feature on the German mountain
troops who fought in the Balkans during WW2, including the army in 15mm for Flames of War.
Test your knowledge of Balkan
- Related sites
|Visiting the Balkans?
Try our travel section for guides to the places
of historical interest across the Balkans. If it's worth seeing - we
have been there.
The Editor's latest Balkan travels took in the
Hungarian capital, Budapest.
Outside the Balkans - Sections
on the Editor's non-Balkan wargame interests.
Quick links to all parts of this site in the contents
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Dave Watson at