Today’s post will cover the British during the war, arguably a subject most of us here in America know nothing about. The focus of much of our learning about the war is on how we as a country won our independence, with little study of the events going on in the rest of the world.
Today’s post will take a look at the final three colonies of the revolution: North Carolina, South Carolina and Georgia. But this isn’t the end, there will be one more post all about England and some links to where you can read further if you really want to put your role front and center during…
Continuing our look at the colonies during the revolution, we have two big ones on the plate this week, Pennsylvania and Virginia. Closing the post will be the great state of Maryland.
Today’s post is going to take a look at two of the smaller states in the colonies and end with a look at one of the most central.
In today’s post we will take a look at our northernmost colonies in The World Turns Upside Down, New Hampshire, Massachusetts and Rhode Island. Let’s jump right in by starting with the home of the Green Mountain Boys, New Hampshire.
Within The World Turns Upside Down, there are many roles based on folks we all learned about in our history classes, but what about the regions that formed those characters.
The game designers of The World Turned Upside Down, Brian & Stefan, chat about what makes The American Revolution so compelling and why it’s perfectly suited to be turned into a new megagame.